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Brain Health

Our brains are amazing; they control everything we do, and as such it’s important to look after them well. Brains, like everything else in our bodies, do change as we age, and there comes a point where the brain starts to shrink (atrophy) and lose neurons. This can cause issues such as age related cognitive decline, dementia, and aphasias.

To ensure we continue to boost brain health and keep this vital organ healthy, we have covered a range of topics including:

  • The best supplements for brain health
  • How fluoride may play a role in damaging the brain, and how to counteract this
  • Different eugeroic drugs that play a role in boosting the brain

Did you know…

  1. Taking steps to boost brain health helps with a wide range of functions including cognition, emotional bonding, behaviours, and psychological states.
  2. When your brain is working at optimum levels, information can travel around the brain at up to an impressive 268 miles an hour.
  3. Research shows that the brain consists of around 86 billion neurons, which all contribute to brain clarity and functioning. As we age, or fall foul of memory related diseases such as Alzheimer’s, these neurons become damaged and no longer work properly.
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FAQ: Alzheimers disease

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Dementia and sound stimulation

25 June 2024

Sound stimulation could give dementia patients a much-needed good night’s sleep – sleep disturbance is a common problem for approximately…

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Newly discovered connection between stress, the immune system and the brain

31 May 2024

Nearly three in ten adults have been diagnosed with depression at some point in their lives. Researchers from the University…

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Larger brains, the microbiota-gut-brain axis and impressive brain technology

1 May 2024

The World Health Organization (WHO) projects that the number of people over the age of 65 who will develop brain…

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The jaw-dropping link between poor oral health and brain health

8 November 2023

Think of a tree, and underneath the tree is a root ball and feeder roots. The feeder roots absorb the…

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Nootropics 101 – What they are and what they do

8 November 2023

Nootropics, often referred to as “smart drugs” or cognitive enhancers, are a class of substances that aim to improve cognitive…

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Stress levels are on the rise and it’s no surprise

19 May 2023

Stress is a universal human experience, and it’s no surprise that stress levels are on the rise We live in…

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Could this be hope for people struggling with stress-related conditions?

17 May 2023

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Are the eyes the window to our health?

22 February 2023

The eyes are often called the “windows to the soul,” but they can also provide important clues about our overall…

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Is Oxytocin really crucial for bonding?

15 February 2023

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