Dementia-like brain disordersPreventing and slowing down dementia-like brain disorders including Alzheimer’s disease and others, is one of the main focuses of today’s scientists and researches, and a great deal of new ideas and findings related to dementia-like conditions are being published nowadays. In particular, curcumin has been recently reported as one of the best herbal remedies for improving our brain function ans preventing dementia. Also, a natural component found in red wine has shown potential in prevention the development of Alzheimer’s disease. A few weeks ago, more of related findings were published. Read the rest of this entry »

Alzheimer's diseaseAlzheimer’s disease is definitely one of the most serious and terrible diseases of modern times, which currently has no known cure or treatment. Nowadays, numerous research and studies are being carried out to better understand the causes and possibly find some effective remedies for this disease. In particular, it was recently discovered that red wine component can be potentially used to prevent dementia. One more study resulted in clearing up the role of iron and other metals in developing Alzheimer’s disease. Recently, the findings of one more interesting study were published in the journal Scientist: American researchers managed to find the clues to an effective Azheimer’s treatment when testing a  known cancer drug. Read the rest of this entry »

February 11, 2012

mental diseasesCurrently, an increasing number of various mental disorders, brain diseases like Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, and others, makes scientists intensify their efforts on identifying the mechanisms and finding the treatments that will possibly prevent and reverse that development of these serious health conditions. According to the latest findings of Australian experts, such factors as the actions of minerals like zinc, copper, iron, and other metals, can play a role in the development of the mentioned degenerative diseases, as well as open the way to possible treatment development. Read the rest of this entry »

mild cognitive impairmentAccording to the findings of a new study by the experts of the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, modern men are at up to 50 per cent higher risks of suffering from such condition as memory loss, which can lead to very serious health problems like mild cognitive  impairment (MCI), Alzheimer’s disease (dementia) and so on. Experts claim that aging is linked to more memory loss in men, as well as to more speedy loss of some brain skills like planning, judgement, remembering things, or performing easy day-to-day tasks. These findings were recently published in the medical online journal Neurology. Read the rest of this entry »

December 2, 2011

Alzheimer's DiseaseAlzheimer’s disease is one of the most serious diseases linked to aging. Alzheimer’s disease (also known as dementia) is revealed with such symptoms and signs as memory loss and gradual decline of brain functions resulting in severe decline in thinking abilities and drastic behavior changes. Till now it has no cure or any effective treatment, and the life expectancy of those who are diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease varies from 3 to 5 years. It is crucial and essential for everyone of us to learn as much as possible about this disease and introduce the recommended Alzheimer’s prevention measures in our daily diet and activities. Read the rest of this entry »

August 3, 2011

Alzheimers diseaseEvery year, about 35 million people around the world are diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, one of the most terrible mind-robbing mental disorders. Alzheimer’s is linked to a loss of brain function and memory loss, that seriously damage the function of thinking and affect the person’s behavior to a great extent. There are no known treatments to reverse this dreadful disease, that is why the importance of Alzheimer’s disease prevention is impossible to underestimate. And it is crucial to think about this aging-related health condition and cut its risk factors even for those who are in their early 30s-40s. Read the rest of this entry »