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There have been several studies done that show Neurofeedback does change the brain. fMRI’s and Spect Scans done after a Neurofeedback session show a difference in brain function. But those changes don’t last long. Many sessions of Neurofeedback are usually … Continue reading
Here are 7 habits to avoid to help keep your brain healthy and working it’s best: 1. Mistake #1: Eating a Standard American Diet 2. Mistake #2: Living next to a highway 3. Mistake #3: Drinking a few evening cocktails … Continue reading
I started using my car’s GPS system a few weeks ago….now I don’t have to read a map, plot a course, anticipate turns, pay much attention to road signs…in other words, don’t have to use my brain….I think my brain … Continue reading
From Daniel Amen, MD: 8. Chronic insomnia/sleep apnea: Research suggests that people who get less than 7 hours of sleep at night have lower overall blood flow to the brain and poorer cognitive functioning. 7. Erectile or sexual dysfunction: When … Continue reading
Learning a second language is good for the brain! It increases neuro-connections in the brain and, in older people, may help stave off dementia. Click here to learn more about the advantages of learning a second (or third) language.
Want to know more about the Female Brain? Tune in to The Dr Oz Show Friday, 3/8 @ 4:00 PM EST where he will be hosting Daniel Amen, MD in a live Tweet Chat: http://www.amenclinics.com/know-my-brain#sthash.DMc25Gf5.dpbs
Episode from The Doctors today talks about how to combat depression by changing what you eat! Check it out! Combine proper diet with Neurotherapy for a great one-two punch!
Great episode today on The Doctors talking about brain healthy foods and foods that improve mood. Brain Healthy Foods
In a recently released paper, researchers studied the the brain’s capacity for memory, reasoning and comprehension skills (cognitive function) in 7,400 subjects between the ages of 45 and 70 and found that cognitive decline can start to deteriorate as early … Continue reading