This post is the first in a series on dementia.
Dementia refers to a group of symptoms that cause mental decline, such as memory loss and difficulties communicating and problem solving. 535 more words
The Evidence: Scientists have found that individuals who are unable to identify certain odors are more likely to experience cognitive impairment. The researchers believe that brain cells crucial to a person’s sense of smell are killed in the early stages of dementia. 397 more words
As we get older, many of us tend to suffer from some extent of memory loss or cognitive decline. This can be normal, or it could be a sign of a serious illness like Alzheimer’s or dementia. 462 more words
Power Foods for the Brain by Dr Neal Barnard
This is a wonderful presentation by Dr Barnard who I admire very much. He gives a clear non technical explanation of how to reduce to almost zero the chances of developing dementia as you age, no matter what genetic predisposition you may have. 20 more words
Bulletproof coffee isn’t the only way to have a delicious brain-boosting beverage. You can boost your cognitive function with curcumin, the active ingredient in turmeric. Curcumin protects the brain from cognitive deterioration caused by stress. 328 more words