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Alzheimer’s Pathology Linked to Diet

Can a certain variety of foods slow Alzheimer’s progression?     by Judy George, Senior Staff Writer, MedPage  May 6, 2021 https://www.medpagetoday.com/neurology/alzheimersdisease/92460   People who followed a Mediterranean-style diet closely had less amyloid and tau pathology, increased brain volume in regions vulnerable to Alzheimer’s disease, and better memory performance, a cross-sectional analysis in Germany showed. Higher …

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This Mineral Is Probably Making Your Chronic Stress and Anxiety Worse

I suffered from anxiety for years. It runs in my family. Many of my cousins, aunts, uncles and grandparents suffer from anxiety and depression and have relied on alcohol, nicotine, and anti-depressant and anti-anxiety medication to manage it. I didn’t want to go down that path, so I’ve sought out other treatments for years. Unfortunately, …

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Music and Cognitive Health: NEW LIVE STREAM EVENT

  BRAIN HEALTH AND POSITIVE EMOTIONAL CONNECTIONS   Calling up positive emotions is yet another important and underutilized way to heal the brain.  Along with laughing, yoga and therapy, which are long established practices underutilized in western cultures.  These practices are able to shelter us from and transform the negativity left from a challenging day. …

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20 Nutrient Deficiencies Proven to Cause Depression

PRACTICAL BRAIN AND MENTAL HEALTH SOLUTIONS 20 Nutrient Deficiencies Proven to Cause Depression January 18, 2021 Jordan Fallis https://www.optimallivingdynamics.com/blog/nutrient-deficiencies-depression Being depressed doesn’t mean you’re weak. It’s not a defect in your personality. As I’m sure you know, it’s often caused by physiological changes in your body and brain. So you need to think of it like …

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High Cognitive Performance at Age 100

  — Some centenarians show resilience to cognitive decline, despite brain pathology by Judy George, Senior Staff Writer, MedPage Today January 15, 2021   Cognitively healthy centenarians appeared to have resilience mechanisms that helped them maintain high levels of cognitive performance despite risk factors for decline, a Dutch cohort study showed. Of 330 people 100 years old …

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