June 9, 2011

Alzheimer's diseaseStresses are something that all of us have to encounter very often, and sometimes it is really very hard to learn taking certain things easy and not allowing stresses cause imbalances in our psychological stability. A lot is known about negative effects of stresses and the ways they damage our health, drain out our energy and destroy our optimistic thoughts, making us nervous, anxious, tense and depressed. Chronic or acute, stresses affect our overall health to a great extent, and a recent study has indicated that stresses are linked to certain changes in our brain function which can increase our chances of developing such terrible condition as Alzheimer’s disease. Read the rest of this entry »

July 13, 2009

Drinking two-three big cups of coffee a day can have therapeutic effects and help people to lower the risks of having memory problems associated with Alzheimer’s disease. The scientists from University of South Florida are convinced that all caffeinated drinks (especially coffee) have serious positive effects on our brain function. They say that our regular morning coffee is a key to having perfect memory and possible prevention of memory loss. Read the rest of this entry »