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This Brain Exercise Could Actually Reduce Your Risk of Dementia

A specific form of cognitive training—also known as brain training—could help protect people from dementia. But there are a few things to watch out for here among some pretty interesting results. A new study by a group of researchers from several universities looked at whether certain brain exercises could reduce the risk of dementia. Participants were assigned different kinds of computer-based training programs to use over the course of a few weeks. 21-11-17
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This Brain Exercise Could Actually Reduce Your Risk of Dementia
A specific form of cognitive training—also known as brain training—could help protect people from dementia. But there are a few things to watch out for here among some pretty interesting results. A new study by a group of researchers from several universities looked at whether certain brain exercises could reduce the risk of dementia. Participants were assigned different kinds of computer-based training programs to use over the course of a few weeks.
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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.
I lost my baby girl last year. I have really bad anxiety disorder and I don't like going out of the house? Hello. You need to slowly take that incident out of your mind. It will be very helpful if you do exercise and meditation which will have positive effect on your brain as well as body. GO for exercise such as jumping, running etc or any exercise which can make you sweat and pump heart rate. I say so because exercise releases dopamine hormone in brain which eases pain in body and also reduce anxiety chemicals. Do meditation. I tell you how. Sit with eyes closed. Relax your body. Concentrate on your breathing. See if it is coming from right or left nose. Whether cold or warm. Whether fast or slow. Just observe your breath. Make sure this- no breath should come out or get inside without your knowledge. You will find when you are anxious, your breathing change, when calm it is different, when angry it is different. Breathing is directly connected to emotions in your mind therefore observe breathing. Do this for 10 minutes in morning and 10 minutes in evening. Meditation with breathing will reduce anxiety significantly. All the best.
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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. ;-)
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