The authors of Seven Steps to Managing Your Memory reveal the times when it may be more than just forgetfulness.
While more research is needed to demonstrate the value of routine DHA screening for all seniors, these studies suggest it may play a role in helping slow the progression of very early Alzheimer's disease.
Spending your precious time worrying about everything can be dealt with through mindfulness based stress reduction or MSBR. You can reach that state through meditation and it's extremely helpful in lowering blood pressure and minimizing the effects of depression.
Nicholas Spitzer, professor or neuroscience at the University of California and editor-in-chief of brainfacts.org, has a message for all of you out there who are listening to classical music and doing crossword puzzles as a way of improving your brain functioning: Stop it right now.
Anna is concerned about her memory. It seems she's having a lot of 'senior moments' lately. She often misplaces her keys and has trouble remembering the names of people to whom she's been introduced. She can't help but worry it could be something more serious. In fact, she is nearly paralyzed by the fear that she may be developing Alzheimer's.
Some people are great achievers. They have numerous interests and can always be found working on one stimulating project or another.
I'm going to talk about how I am coping with the problems this impairment is causing and how I feel about having the disorder.
If you have early Alzheimer's -- or if you simply have a bad memory -- it can impair your ability to do simple as well as complicated tasks. Fortunately there are many ways to help you compensate for a declining memory.
Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus (NPH) is a rare but reversible cause of memory loss caused by abnormal levels of cerebral spinal fluid in the brain.
She said future research would attempt to clarify and investigate the differences in mild memory problems among men and women
Maybe that's what makes women cranky -- the realization that we are not nearly as efficient as men think they are. Or maybe it is because, as the Sociology Association study found, women do more of this serially-multiple-tasking, and while some feels productive, some more feels overwhelming.
A good night's sleep doesn't seem to improve older adults' memory, according to a new study. The findings suggest that age
As a neurologist who has treated memory problems for more than 30 years, the question I hear every day is, "How can I keep my mind active and sharp?" Here are 10 ways that I recommend.