Mingling with Others Is Needed to Prevent Alzheimer’s

Mingling with Others Is Needed to Prevent Alzheimer's

A program made ??to reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease was performed in Sweden. The program emphasizes a healthy diet, social engagement, physical activity as well as brain and heart health. The program is believed to be able to slow...

Best Ways to Treat Alzheimer’s Disease

Best Ways to Treat Alzheimer’s Disease

Each of us has a tendency to forget things. This can range from misplacing the house keys to missing the last date for phone, electricity or credit card bills to be paid. However a severe loss of memory and...

Dementia deaths up as heart disease falls in Australia

The number of Australians dying from dementia and Alzheimer’s disease is rising steadily, the latest figures released by the Bureau of Statistics show.

The Deaths’s by Alzheimer’s Disease May Rival Those of Cancer and Heart Disease

Health tips – The number of lives lost to Alzheimer’s disease each year may be far more than thought, and it might rival heart disease and cancer as one of the top killers of Americans, new research suggests. Combing through...

Online tests can help assess Alzheimer’s disease risk

If you’re concerned you may have symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease, online tests may help you assess symptoms before you see a doctor. Of course, these tools are not meant to be used for self-diagnosis or treatment. According to the...

Vitamin E Reduce The Risks of Alzheimer’s Disease

A new study from Minneapolis made a new breakthrough associated with Alzheimer’s disease.

Myths About Alzheimer’s Disease That You Might Believe

November is National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness month, a time for wearing purple and walking in honor of beloved family members. But it should also be a time when we take a step back and acknowledge how little we know about...

Could a Good Night’s Sleep Guard Against Alzheimer’s?

Older people who get less sleep or poor sleep may have more of the plaque that is suggestive of Alzheimer’s disease in their brains, a new study indicates. “There is a link between sleep and the amount of ...

High Blood Sugar Increase Dementia Risks

People with diabetes face an increased risk of Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia, a connection scientists and physicians have worried about for years. They still can’t explain it. Now comes a novel observational study of patients at...

Delaying retirement could lower the risk of brain disease in the elderly

Recent research has shown that people who delays retirement have a lower risk of brain diseases such as Alzheimer’s and dementia compared with those who retires at the age of 60. The research was conducted on 429,000 employees in...

Epilepsy makes Alzheimer’s patients more quickly senile

People with Alzheimer’s disease or mild memory problems who have epilepsy are known to experience a decline in function and capability faster than the brain with Alzheimer’s and memory problems who do not have epilepsy. “Identification and careful treatment...

Saturated fats make the brain vulnerable to Alzheimer’s

Eating too much saturated fat not only is able to make you fat fast, but is also harmful to your brain. A study shows that eating too much saturated fat can reduce the key chemicals in charge of protecting...

High blood sugar increase the risk of brain disease

Blood sugar levels and brain seems to be disjointed. However, a recent study suggests that high blood sugar levels can increase the likelihood of a person developing brain disease. Previous research shows that people who have diabetes can increase...

Olive oil protects the brain from Alzheimer’s

Researchers from the University of Louisiana found that olive oil is a substance that can be used to ward off brain disease. This possibility could explain why people in the Mediterranean countries rarely have the disorder Alzheimer’s. Previous research...

Work that triggers stress increase risk of Alzheimer’s Disease

Stress that happens continuously can increase the risk of Alzheimer’s disease, especially for those who work under pressure. A study found that the increased stress hormones in the brain when a person is pressured inhibits brain activity. If stress hormone...

Missions into space increase the risk of Alzheimer’s?

A previous study mentioned that there are many diseases that can attack space travelers. Other recent studies are now stating that the mission into space also increases the risk of long-term Alzheimer’s disease. As reported by The Daily News,...

Could brain implants save people with Alzheimer’s disease?

Until now, researchers continue to figure out the best way to cure Alzheimer’s disease. This time, they use a type of tool that will be implanted in the brains of Alzheimer’s patients.