In a breakthrough study, scientists say they the key to treating Alzheimer’s may be something that just about everybody already has in their medicine chest. A common over-the-counter remedy has been found to reduce the brain plaques that cause the brain illness.
Some guys like wearing a tie to work. It makes them feel professional. And in many jobs, being sharply dressed is expected.
But new research shows that clothes may make the man…but they can hurt your brain.
As we age, the memory, quick learning, and mental energy we once took for granted is often replaced by forgetfulness and embarrassing “senior moments.”
But a new study shows that one food may be key to keeping your brain power as the years go by.
The physical and mental benefits of yoga are well documented. It can help you increase your strength and flexibility, lower your risk of heart disease, and ease anxiety and depression.1 2
Now, a new study shows it also fights perhaps the single most embarrassing health condition in women.
When it comes to your brain, bigger is better. Studies have shown that people with greater brain volume have sharper, quicker minds.
But our brains begin to shrink as we age. After age 25, your brain loses about 2 grams of weight every year.1
We now spend an average of two hours every day sharing, liking, tweeting, and updating on social media sites.1
And studies show that spending time on Facebook, Snapchat, Twitter, and Instagram can damage our mental health. Social media use is linked to depression, anxiety, insomnia, stress, and general unhappiness.