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Dementia and Neurofeedback

Across the world today, there are 47.5 million people struggling with dementia, or the decline of mental ability so severe it affects a person’s day-to-day life. The term describes a range of symptoms from decline in memory to reduced brain function, which affects a person’s ability to perform regular activities. Damage in the brain’s nerve cells causes dementia, with many parts of the brain being prone to this type of damage. The symptoms are dependent on which part of the brain is affected.

Stroke Symptoms: How to Identify the Signs

A stroke constitutes a medical emergency, and without immediate treatment may cause brain damage and even death. In fact, stroke is the second highest cause of death worldwide, claiming 4.4 million lives each year.  In the US, more than 700,000 people are affected by strokes, and about 500,000 are first time attacks while the other 200,000 are recurrent. Additionally, stroke is the leading cause of adult disability causing many symptoms that disrupt daily life.

10 Foods to Fight Brain Aging

Over the course of a person’s life, as the body begins to age, so does the brain. Although this is the natural progression of life, there are a variety of ways to keep the brain healthy. One of the most important ways to care for the brain is to focus on good nutrition. Although it only weighs about three pounds, the brain uses 20% of the calories eaten each day. There are a variety of foods that have been proven to fight brain aging, including these 10 foods!

4 Causes of High Cholesterol

When a person has high levels of cholesterol, a fat-like substance in a person’s blood, over time it builds up in the walls of arteries, creating a greater likelihood of heart disease, the number one killer of men and women in the United States each year. High cholesterol can also be the culprit for strokes. There are two main types of cholesterol. LDL cholesterol, known as the bad cholesterol, is the main source of unwanted build up in the arteries. HDL cholesterol is known as the good cholesterol, helping keep the bad cholesterol from building up in the arteries. There are some causes of high cholesterol that a person does not have control over such as heredity, age, and gender.

The best way to control cholesterol levels is to live a healthy lifestyle. These are some causes of high cholesterol.

5 Foods for Heart Health

Maintaining good heart health is important at all ages! After all, the heart is the center of the cardiovascular system. Nutrition plays a huge role in heart health! In honor of Valentine’s Day, here’s a list of five foods that are proven to be beneficial for maintaining heart health. 


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