A Blog For Those Affected By Environmental And Invisible Illnesses Written By Fellow Survivors
Blog posts tagged in Brain Health
Is there a key to a better mood and a stronger brain? Many people are trying to discover a supplement, treatment, or training that will make them smarter and happier, but is that even possible? The truth is, there is no magic wand that can make your life better and easier. No matter how much we want instant solutions, working on our goals is the only effective way to achieve them. But what about people with various conditions and illnesses?
Struggling to live with environmental and invisible illnesses can be hard at times. Our conditions prevent us in many ways from doing the things we enjoy. Does that mean that we should stop having hobbies and jobs? Absolutely not. These illnesses shouldn't be an obstacle but serve as a motivation to achieve something greater.
Pessimists say that the glass is half empty. Optimists say that the glass is half...
Our brain tends to change as we get older. Aging often affects memory, decreases the ability to pay attention, and causes problems with multi-tasking. Many old people also experience some brain changes that are associated with Alzheimer’s disease. If left ignored, the disease progresses and affects physical functions such as balance, swallowing, and ladder and bowel control. The good news is that you can prevent dementia and keep your brain healthy as you age.
Recent studies prove that certain lifestyle changes can significantly reduce the risk of Alzheimer's disease or any other type of dementia. These changes are also effective for those who already suffer from Alzheimer’s disease since they can help manage symptoms.
1. Learn new things
Learning new things stimulates brain function which may be helpful in preventing Alzheimer’s disease. It turned out that the ability to speak two languages helped delay the onset of three types of...