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Past brain activation revealed in scans: Brain activity patterns preserve traces of previous cognitive activity

 The brain never rests,  even when its owner is resting.

What if experts could dig into the brain, like archaeologists, and uncover the history of past experiences? 354 more words


5 Different Ways to Challenge Yourself Daily

“There is nothing like a challenge to bring out the best in man” – Sean Connery.

Most people reading this aren’t off in the grand world traveling and constantly having different challenges thrown at them everyday like I usually do. 1,441 more words


Brain Injury: Methods and Treatment Part Five

Alternative approaches can offer additional paths to relief from lingering complaints due to Brain Injury.

Alternative approaches to wellness after a concussion are best tried after a diagnosis has been made through conventional and complementary means, and after conventional therapeutic approaches have been tried. 188 more words

Brain Training

The most powerful muscle of the human body is your mind

Have you ever thought to train your brain for a healthier lifestyle?

We all know that nutrition, exercise and having good relationships are key elements in achieving a balanced healthy life.  442 more words


ADHD in Egypt. What is ADHD?

Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a “disruptive behaviour disorder” characterised by inattention, hyperactivity or their combination. In people with ADD/ADHD, the weakest cognitive skills are attention (divided, sustained and/or selective), although other areas may suffer as well. 89 more words


Summer Brain Camp and Cognitive Skills


Mohammad, Yousef and Mr Alan chilling before their session. Two of our students on our Brain Training Program.

Summer doesn’t have to be a time where you children’s brains get lazy and all they do all day is play on those phones, laptops and computer games. 530 more words


Nuts and Seeds for Magnesium and Zinc


Roasted pumpkin seeds provide the most magnesium and zinc. A 1/4-cup serving offers 303 mg of magnesium, or over 70 percent of the RDA, and 4.2 mg of zinc, or 28 percent of the RDA. 122 more words