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Omicron: Why You Shouldn’t Panic

In All Health Watch, Cognitive Health, Coronavirus by INH Research0 Comments

By now you’ve seen the alarming news reports about a new coronavirus variant that is spreading around the world.

One British official called it a “monster variant.”[i]

Travel bans have been put in place in an effort to slow it down. But they won’t stop it.

If the variant has not already reached U.S. shores, it will soon.

It was first identified in South Africa.… Read More

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Using the Internet Boosts Retirees’ Brain Function

In All Health Watch, Alzheimer's and Memory, Anti-Aging, Cognitive Health by INH Research0 Comments

The internet comes under a lot of fire these days for causing all sorts of social ills, but a new study shows that it may be your brain’s best friend after you retire.i 

Researchers in Europe found that people who regularly use the internet after they quit working score significantly higher on memory tests. Women, in particular, were found to benefit mentally by using the internet, the study found. Read More

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The Ancient Solution for Mental Sharpness

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A major study shows that the ancient yogi masters were right…  

Meditation makes your brain sharper. 

And researchers at Trinity College in Dublin have discovered how it works.i 

There are different kinds of meditation. Types that focus on breathing have long been known to have particular benefits. They increase your ability to focus and giving you a more positive state of mind. Read More

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Supplement Stops Memory Decline in Alzheimer’s Patients 

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A new study shows that omega-3 supplements safely prevent memory decline in Alzheimer’s patients.i 

This is something that no Alzheimer’s drug has so far been able to achieve.ii 

Researchers tested omega-3 supplements in a group of Alzheimer’s patients in Sweden. Half the patients took the supplements every morning and evening. The other half took a placebo.  

Alzheimer’s Patients Maintain Memory When Taking Omega-3 Supplements 

The subjects took memory tests at the start of the study and again after six months. Read More

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Wearing a Tie Does This to Your Brain

In All Health Watch, Cognitive Health, Men's Health by INH Research0 Comments

Clothes may make the man…but wearing a necktie can hurt your brain. 

That’s the surprising conclusion a high-quality study performed in Germany. It found that wearing a tie reduces blood flow to the brain. This, in turn, may raise the risk of a stroke and lowers cognitive function.  

For the study, researchers at University Hospital Schleswig-Holstein recruited 30 healthy men. They had half the men wear a traditional necktie.Read More

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7 Surprising Signs of a Hormone Imbalance 

In All Health Watch, Cognitive Health, General Health, Longevity by INH Research0 Comments

Hormones are the master controllers of your body.   

They are chemical messengers that tell your organs and glands what to do. When you have a shortage or imbalance, your body no longer functions efficiently.  

When we think of hormone problems, menopause in women and low testosterone in men are often the first things that come to mind.  

Hot flashes, mood swings, insomnia, dry skin, and fatigue are just a few of the symptoms that occur when women experience the natural decline of estrogen and progesterone during menopause.Read More