Almost everybody’s has heard of Alzheimer’s, but this debilitating and complex condition is still often misunderstood.
Brain’s immune cells can disrupt neurogenesis in genetic forms of disease
About 44 million people are living with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia. According to Dr. Dale Bredesen, the key to preventing Alzheimer’s is to look at each person as an individual and determine what lifestyle changes or treatments for conditions that may lead to Alzheimer’s could benefit them by reducing inflammation in the brain and preventing Alzheimer’s from progressing.
Presence is my first and most important tool as a yoga teacher.
A compound found in beets that give them their distinctive red color may also hold the key to stopping the processes in the brain that lead to Alzheimer’s, according to research presented by scientists from the University of South Florida.
Mindfulness is more than good for the soul.
You know that exercise is important for keeping your body healthy as you age, but more and more research suggests it plays a role in keeping your mind sharp, too.
While recent reports have found that Alzheimer’s is “the most expensive disease in America,” costing society more than a quarter of a trillion dollars, a new analysis suggests that Alzheimer’s economic impact is even greater than current estimates.
This is a great interview with Mindi Meira. Her niche is coach for brain health to prevent and reverse Alzheimer’s.