Learning Rejuvenates the Brain at Any Age: Discover the Benefits of Learning New Skills Later in Life

2023-06-06 04:41:44 For a long time, you have dreamed of learning to speak Spanish, to dance, to play the piano… But you can’t get started, for lack of time, lack of motivation or, quite simply, because, after all, you’re not really 20 anymore. Think again ! If you put in the effort to try, your … Read more

“The Link Between Internet Use and Dementia Risk: Long-Term Study Findings”

2023-05-06 06:10:41 Dementia is generally diagnosed when cognitive decline (difficulty thinking, remembering and concentrating) becomes a daily handicap for the elderly person and those around them. Research sheds light on long-term effects of internet use on dementia risk. You will also be interested [EN VIDÉO] Futuris: a communicating robot for people with dementia A rather … Read more

6 minutes of intense physical exercise would be enough to slow down age-related cognitive decline

The study shows that a short but intense cycling session would be more effective than a longer light session, or than a day of fasting, in stimulating the production of a protein that protects cognitive decline. To delay the onset of neurodegenerative disorders such asAlzheimer and Parkinson’s disease, short, high-intensity physical exertion is better than … Read more

Slow down cognitive decline by 27%!FDA Approves New Alzheimer’s Drug, But Side Effects Are Scary

Alzheimer’s disease is the most common dementia that affects memory; the picture is a photo of the situation, and the people in the picture have nothing to do with this article. (picture taken from freepik) [Compilation of Chen Chengliang/Comprehensive Report]The Alzheimer’s drug “Lecanemab” jointly developed by the Japanese pharmaceutical company “Eisai” and the American biotechnology … Read more

Study: Diabetes has a “serious effect” on the brain

<div id="firstBodyDiv" data-bind-html-content-type="article" data-bind-html-compile="article.body" data-first-article-body=" site said "New Atlas" This is the first study of its kind, in which researchers relied on a set of brain data from 20,000 people in the world United kingdom Between the ages of 50 and 80 years, to know the cognitive changes that occur in patients with type 2 … Read more