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…

Medical Frontier: Accurate location of brain storage memory

A team of researchers from Seoul National University in South Korea announced that they have succeeded in storing neuron synapses by storing fluorescent proteins. At the cellular level, they confirmed the specific location of brain memory as a synapse. The experimenter can see the fluorescent marker with the naked eye. The results were published in…

Seven eating habits slow the brain down

As the body declines, so does the brain of the elderly. According to a recent article in the American Journal of Reader’s Digest, the elderly’s adherence to seven eating habits can delay the decline of cognitive function. 1. Heat control. Caloric control reduces risk factors for Alzheimer’s, such as sleep apnea syndrome, high blood pressure…

Alzheimer’s disease

Alzheimer’s disease Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) is a degenerative disease of the nervous system that has been dormant and developed. It is characterized by memory impairment, aphasia, loss of use, loss of recognition, visual impairment of space skills, executive dysfunction, and personality and behavioral changes, and the etiology is not yet known. 65 years old before…