Feeling lonely increase the risk of Alzheimer’s

People who feel lonely have a risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease twice as high, according to a research. This is true even if the person has a lot of friends.

Chronic Stress Causes Alzheimer’s Disease

The ability to manage the stress is needed for physical and mental health. If not, stress will become chronic and could lead to Alzheimer’s disease. Stress certainly gives negative impact for the health of the human body. Previously it...

Shark Fin Soup is Dangerous for the Brain

Researchers from the University of Miami found that the consumption of shark fin soup is not only harmful for the marine species itself, but also threatens human health. High concentrations of BMAA neurotoxin in shark fins are associated with...

Lack of Sleep Can Cause Alzheimer’s Disease

Lack of sleep can cause adverse effects more than just feeling tired. It can even trigger erectile dysfunction. Well, one other adverse effects of lacking in sleep is the emergence of Alzheimer’s disease. Alzheimer disease it self is not...

Blood Test Can Predict Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease

Preventing a disease is surely much better than having to cure one.  This surely describes the importance of maintaining the quality of health rather than having to treat a disease, including for Alzheimer’s disease. Alzheimer’s disease is quite often...

Brain Ability Weakens in the Age of 45

We all already know that the ability of the brain decreases with age. People who are younger indeed have better brain functions compared to those who are already old. Diseases regarding brain and memory ability does happen more in...

Too Much Salt Increase Risks of Senility

People should not consume too much salt. Now doctors have warned that excessive consumption of salt can be bad for the brain, one of which can cause senility. People who consume lots of salt and do a little exercise...

Mastering Two Languages Can Delay Alzheimer’s Disease

Mastering two languages turned out to have health benefits, including delaying the occurrence of Alzheimer’s disease in old age. Most research on bilingual capability focused on babies. Scientists wondered why speaking in two languages to babies can make the...

Learn a Foreign Language For a Better Memory

To keep the brain to work optimally, there are many things you can do. One way is by learning a foreign language. According to a research team from the United States, in the Science Journal, knowledge of foreign languages...

Alzheimer’s and Aluminum: Is There a Link?

Recent science has found that their may be a link between Alzheimer’s and aluminum; a discovery found by an Alzheimer’s foundation. Though the cause of Alzheimer’s remains unknown, there are many theories that attempt to find the cause. One...

Preventing Alzheimer’s with Vitamins

Most Alzheimer’s patients are banging their heads to find out the answer for one of the most common questions – Can vitamins help prevent Alzheimer’s disease? For the benefit of these sufferers, a study was conducted in Johns Hopkins...

Early Symptoms Of Alzheimers Include Short Term Memory Loss

Alzheimer’s disease, we’ve all hear of it but do we really understand the disease? According to statistics, there are about 350,000 new cases of Alzheimer’s disease diagnosed each year in the United States.