Mind & Memory

Your mind and memory are two of your greatest assets and yet many people neglect taking care of them before it’s too late. There are many warnings flagging up potential problems with your mind and memory, like inexplicable sudden forgetfulness and other often missed neurological problems. While forgetfulness may be the first signs of ageing, you don’t have to resort to the fact declining brain function “happens to all of us”  as we grow older.

The normal signs of ageing set aside, protecting your mind and memory also involves being aware of other risk factors like how to spot neurological problems and how sleeping problems can affect how your brain and nervous system functions. The Daily Health offers the latest breakthrough research on how to keep your mind sharp and healthy well into your old age by avoiding certain drugs and using brain-protecting alternatives remedies.

Latest Articles in Mind & Memory

alzheimer's

New Alzheimer’s Drug May Not Be All It’s Cracked Up To Be

Recently, the results of a new Alzheimer's drug trial were published in the journal Nature. The drug, called aducanumab, has been hailed as the first of its kind to remove the buil...

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antidepressants, depression, folinic acid

Could Antidepressants Double The Risk Of Suicide?

Earlier this year, I told you about Dr. Irving Kirsch the Associate Director of the Program in Placebo Studies and a Lecturer in Medicine at Harvard Medical School. When he — alo...

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botanical, rosemary

Rosemary Shows Potential In The Fight Against Alzheimer’s

Even sceptics from the mainstream medical industry are calling this discovery remarkable: rosemary could help slow Alzheimer's development and markedly improve even healthy patient...

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alzheimer's disease, Benzodiazepine

Benzodiazepine Drugs Linked To Alzheimer’s Disease

Benzodiazepine drugs, like Xanax and Valium are widely prescribed heavy-duty psychoactive drugs given to people who suffer with anxiety or insomnia. Recent research, published in...

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DEPRESSION

The Link Between Gut Health and Depression

Let's face it, if you suffer with depression... or even just a slight case of the blues… or anxiety… or even trouble concentrating, there's a very good chance that you'll end u...

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headache, memory

Folate could help boost your memory

Folate – also known as vitamin B9 – is generally taken by pregnant women (in the form of folic acid) to help prevent defects, like spina bifida. Folic acid is a synthetic versi...

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