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    Rolf Pettersen
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  • Even a Short Physical Activity Can Boost Your Brain Power

    Even a Short Physical Activity Can Boost Your Brain Power



    We know that physical activity improves health, protects against obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular problems. But the beneficial effects of exercise extend not only to our body but also to our mind.

    It has long been known that exercise breaks during mental work improve performance.

    You might think that exercise, like any change in activity, simply allows the brain to get distracted and rest, but in fact, exercise itself directly affects the brain.
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    Rolf Pettersen
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    Last edited by Rolf Pettersen; 11-24-2020, 06:35 AM.
  • Barbara Radcliffe
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  • Keep Your Brain Healthy: There Are Only 2 Ways

    Keep Your Brain Healthy: There Are Only 2 Ways



    I recently listened to an interview with the famous psychologist Jordan Peterson. According to him, science shows that mental exercises — sudoku or chess, for example — do not help to preserve the cognitive abilities lost with age.


    And the only exercises that help are physical ones. And, intensive.


    I'm surprised Dr. Peterson hasn't mentioned food yet. Probably so as not to shock the audience once again — after all, he only eats beef.
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    Barbara Radcliffe
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    Last edited by Barbara Radcliffe; 10-16-2020, 07:41 AM.
  • Jerry Malik
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  • Causes, Types, Signs, and Consequences of Stroke (Brain Attack)

    Causes, Types, Signs, and Consequences of Stroke (Brain Attack)

    Strokes are characterized by a variety of causes of the disease. It is proved that the etiology of stroke in women and men in some cases differs. The causes of stroke in women, mainly lie in the pathophysiology of the fertile period and menopause, in men they are more often due to occupational risks and bad habits.

    Differences in the pathogenesis and consequences of stroke of gender groups are also associated with these features.




    What is a stroke?
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  • Claudia Allen
    Junior Member

  • How Keto Improves Memory at Any Age

    How Keto Improves Memory at Any Age




    The most sophisticated and advanced nerve center present in the world is your brain. Or – relying on the way you observe it – a wrinkly bag of fat that is housed inside your skull. In any case, it is an accumulation of human evolution based on thousands of years.

    Memory serves the basis of a productive, stable life. If you’re unable to remember things from your past, it is difficult to remain on track.

    For this reason, Alzheimer’s disease, which is
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    Claudia Allen
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    Last edited by Claudia Allen; 07-04-2020, 12:00 PM.
  • Rick Clevenger
    Junior Member

  • How Sugar Harms Our Brain

    How Sugar Harms Our Brain




    Avoiding sweets can improve your mental performance

    White death and the source of all the troubles of modern man, sugar, both refined and unrefined, is often criticized by nutritionists and doctors. The list of his "crimes" includes obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure, caries, and much more.

    However, less often people talk about the negative impact of sugar on a person's cognitive abilities – and this is probably the most telling point
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  • David Clarke
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  • A Low-carb Diet Can Reverse Brain Aging And Boost Your IQ

    A Low-carb Diet Can Reverse Brain Aging And Boost Your IQ










    A study by American scientists has shown that the brain begins to age much earlier than previously thought — between 40 and 50 years. Fortunately, a low-carb diet can give neurons more energy and reverse some age-related effects.

    More and more scientists agree with the idea that diet affects the rate of brain aging. Researchers from the State University of New York at Stony Brook, whose work is described by Eurek Alert,
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