What’s the effect of using the brain too much?

Excessive use of the brain can cause plant neurological dysfunction, resulting in abnormal cerebral vascular systolic function, resulting in insufficient cerebral blood supply, so there are dizziness and headache and chest tightness and other symptoms. If long-term learning work excessive brain and do not pay attention to adjustment, may induce neurasthenia, insomnia and other diseases….

5 simple ways to avoid autonomic nervous disorders

There is always a place to feel uncomfortable but has not been good, just encountered a little thing immediately very anxious, always feel very tired during the day, but can not sleep at night.  Have you ever had the above experience?  In fact, these are symptoms of autonomic nervous disorders, not only will cause palpitations,…

How does the hippocampus affect your memory?

Amazing memory has been linked to the health of the brain’s hippocampus. So what kinds of memories do people have, and how does the hippocampus actually affect memory? Brain cells that have been unable to divide and regenerate for a lifetime. There are about 100 billion nerve cells in the brain. Surprisingly, however, the vast…

Known as “brain food” walnut helps prevent dementia

In addition to being delicious and rich in nutritive value, walnuts are also widely considered to be “brain foods” that help promote brain health and help prevent dementia and mental illness. A study conducted by the New York State Institute for Basic Research in Developmental Disabilities found that rats with a diet rich in walnuts…

What effect does running have on your brain?

Those who love running, always think that running has endless benefits, for example, it is very relieved, people are more agile, and thinking is clear. But is this true? If you ask people who love to run and fall in love with the reasons for running, their answer may be not just to stay in…

10 memory-enhancing lifestyles

Forgetfulness does not mean loss of intelligence, experts say, amnesia and age does not necessarily relate, and most can be improved. Remember the following 10 secrets to make your head remember more securely! Astronomers say space is limited, which is good news for those who don’t remember where things are going. “–Woody Allen Maybe you can’t admit…

Someone wants to copy, modify, delete your brain. Is it possible?

Science fiction aficionados are no stranger to the book “neurorover,” which pioneered the literary category of “digital punk,” better known as “the Matrix,” a film deeply influenced by the science fiction novel. Set against the backdrop of Chiba, Japan, the novel depicts a world in which computer networks are unprecedentedly developed. In such a world,…

The UK team found that the DNA region of the human brain may help fight depression

A new study published in Nature Communications, a British scientific journal, has found that groups of genes in the human brain are involved in cognition, memory, spatial perception and reasoning. The research may lead to a breakthrough in the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease and cognitive impairment. Researchers at the Centre for Cognitive Aging and Cognitive…

Measure your memory in a minute

Memory, emotion, energy and so on are all related to the brain, and every thought movement of the brain needs the support of nutrition and energy. How can the brain work efficiently if it is not “fed” the right food, keeps it “hungry”, or is overnourished? Patrick Holford, chief nutritionist at the National Health Program,…

These five ways to improve brain control can help you.

You may have experienced these scenarios: Ask to speak at the meeting. Obviously prepared, when he stood up, his brain was blank and nothing could be said; The task is about to end and it is necessary to finish today and sit in front of a computer, but it is difficult to start. When communicating with…

The brain grows old at the age of 30. How do you keep your brain young?

A new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association recently found that the “cortex” in the brain of long-lived people is twice as thick as that of ordinary people; the thicker the cortex, the slower the brain ages. Understanding the brain secrets of people who live longer can help us maintain health…