This discovery holds great promise for the treatment of neurodegenerative disorders such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases...
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Imagine brushing your teeth with your non-dominant hand! Sounds tricky, right? Well, this simple change can activate different parts of your brain, boosting awareness and mental agility. Who knew?
Research suggests that the simple act of smiling might have the power to enhance our mood, even when we don't initially feel happy. This intriguing phenomenon raises the question: Can smiling actually trick our minds into believing we are happier?
Finding flow will increase your performance and make you happy. Flow is a mental state, orignally studied by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi in the context of performance athletes and artist. Flow is now sought after by everyone from bloggers to business execs.
Researchers found that even brief exposure could prevent cognitive deterioration and may open the door to creating new odor-based therapies to reverse the effects of Alzheimer’s
Scientists found that practicing music can prevent aging in specific regions. The brain loses neuroplasticity as it ages, but musical interventions promote brain plasticity and cognitive reserve.
Recent studies have revealed that hockey players are at a higher risk of suffering from brain injuries and concussions than previously thought. The repeated impact of hockey pucks and sticks on the head during games can take a toll on players' brains, leading to serious short-term and long-term health consequences.
A study from UTHealth Houston suggests that a novel, disease-modifying therapy for Alzheimer’s disease may involve whole blood exchange, which effectively reduced the formation of amyloid plaque in the brains of mice.