Category Archives for "Brain health"

The Most Common High Blood Pressure Complications

Brief high blood pressure spikes aren’t usually of great concern but if your blood pressure remains high for a long time, you may experience some adverse side effects, even though you may feel fine. Certain issues due to ongoing elevated blood pressure can be easily managed. However, other life-threatening issues can also develop. Learn about […]

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2020, COVID-19, Quarantine 15

Happy New Year and goodbye to 2020! Most people would probably describe 2020 as a pretty bad year. Certainly there were some shining moments. Some people graduated from high school, college, grad school… Others got married. Babies were born. Yes, good things happened but everything was overshadowed by COVID-19 and the need for social distancing […]

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Use Foods to Lower Your Risk of Dementia and Stroke

Dementia is a term that refers to illnesses and diseases that affect memory. Everyone has heard of Alzheimer’s disease. It’s the most common memory-related disease. It also affects critical thinking, problem solving, and language skills. Dementia is caused by damage to brain cells. Those cells then lose their ability to function properly and they stop […]

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Great Foods for Brain Health

Eating right for brain health might be a new concept. Most people focus on foods that will help them lose weight or give them peak performance physically. It may not occur to them to eat for their brain’s health too. From birth until death, our brain is responsible for every body function. The brain tells […]

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Good Foods For Intelligence and Brain Health

Your brain is a remarkable and complex organ that serves as the command center for every body function. It is responsible for thinking, movement, breathing… A healthy brain helps every system in your body work efficiently and as it was designed. When people think of health, they generally think first about whether they’re eating right […]

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Social Activity vs Mental Decline

Social activity has really taken a hit since the COVID-19 pandemic began. Staying home for all except the most essential items has been really hard, hasn’t it? We know that social activity is key to a healthy optimally functioning brain. Isolation, on the other hand, contributes to many negative things including depression, early death, and […]

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