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Computer brain training may reduce dementia risk by nearly 30 per cent
Are Depression and Dementia related?
No! Dementia is a physical disease of the brain, depression is a mental illness. While depression can cause structural changes in the brain, it is clinically different than dementia in that different regions of the brain are affected and in a different way. In depression, the hypothalamus, which is the part of our brain that handles memory recall, can shrink. In dementia, certain areas of the brain actually deteriorate. They both have different causes and are treated differently. Hope this helps!
Is it true that even a small amount of alcohol is toxic to the body? Why the heck do people drink this stuff?
Tiny doses of alcohol such as 1 bottle of beer are actually healthy for you. They have been known to reduce your risk of developing and dying from heart disease, possibly reduce your risk of ischemic stroke (when the arteries to your brain become narrowed or blocked, causing severely reduced blood flow), and possibly reduce your risk of diabetes. But beware when drinking too much as it will increase the alcohol to blood ratio and slow down your bodily functions and delay your reactions. I think the reason why people drink alcohol is that it makes them feel good for a short time and pulls them away from the stress in their life.
Are Depression and Dementia related?
well if a young person has depression they probably won't get dementia because of their age. An old person gets depressed either because they're isolated or they're in pain and dementia starts to occur when they don't take care of their brain power. Not everyone goes into dementia, and not everyone gets alzheimers.
SURVEY-what would you think may be a major factor in brain tumor diagnosis?
Wasn't there a scare going round that cell phones can cause BT's? The National Cancer Instiute say there is no proof that cell phone use causes brain cancer/tumours. Did you know that Radiation treatments for brain cancer increase your risk of developing brain tumours ? If one don't get you the other might.;-(
You know CW, brain tumours are a collection of abnormal cells in the brain, they can be malignant or, benign. The truth is we don't know if eating certain food might increase the risk of getting either. Maybe worrying about it wont help. ;-)
Is the mind separate from the brain, and if not separate, are we basically brains?
The best analogy is to think in computer terms:
The brain is HARDWARE (the computer, just a box of electronic parts, likewise the brain is just a mass of neural cells)
The mind is SOFTWARE (The programing that makes the brain a useful "device")
Does President Trump have dementia?
My Father recently passed away, having been diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease, and Alzheimer's Disease. Dad did experience more than a few moments of Dementia, including Auditory and Visual Hallucinations. I was Dad's Primary Care Giver, for the last four years of his life. I became well acquainted with all the manifestations of Dementia. I feel I have earned the ability to look upon the President's behavior, and claim he is certainly no Diplomat.....but, neither does he suffer from Dementia. Just a quick Layman's distinction between being elderly, and suffering from Dementia. Forgetting where a loved one left their comb is NOT Dementia. Gazing at a comb, and wondering what in the Hell is THIS thing, and what do I use it for.....now, THAT'S Dementia. The President does NOT suffer from Dementia...boorish behavior, perhaps, but not Dementia. Thank God.
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- Eating a low-fat diet and exercising regularly may also reduce the risk of vascular dementia. Consumir una dieta baja en grasas y hacer ejercicio con regularidad también puede reducir el riesgo de demencia vascular.
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