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Vaccinating Safely: from Healing the New Childhood Epidemics

23 Oct 2017 01:43


Safety Guidelines Towards Vaccinating: Administer vaccines only to abundantly healthy children. Postpone the vaccination if your child is ill, has a fever, was ill within the past week or two, or appears to be possibly coming down with an illness. Be certain that your child is not receiving one of the older varieties of vaccinations […]


When teens suffer TBI (traumatic brain injury), what are the long-term consequences?

16 Apr 2017 17:33


When teens suffer TBI (traumatic brain injury), what are the long-term consequences? In from the United Kingdom: Teens who suffered injury prior to age 16, as compared with the non-injury teens, exhibited increase in: Alcohol and tobacco use, Criminal behavior Cannabis use Encounters with police This conveys to us the importance of treatment, for these […]


Is Aromatherapy Effective?

14 Mar 2017 16:09


Does Aromatherapy Really Work? This is an important question to answer, because the non-in the event of, holistic and most pleasant use of aromatherapy to improve mood states or cognitive functioning is a lovely option – provided it truly works! Unfortunately, we lack in really robust scientific studies in this area, but a very recently […]


Mental Well-Being and Diet and Exercise

14 Mar 2017 15:54


Do DIET and level of PHYSICAL EXERCISE affect mental well-being in adolescents? Much has already been written and said about the importance of good, healthy diets (he G the Mediterranean or low carbohydrate diets) and of maintaining active life physically, for the health and well-being of seniors. We know already that it extends the lifespan, […]


Brain Exercises to Boost Ability

31 Jan 2017 19:13


  “Aging means losing your mental sharpness”.  We are all familiar with this assumption. And many are the studies ‘proving’ that older people do not do as well with remembering detail (even without a dementia component). But it’s time to question the premise. Think about the importance placed on learning and memorizing during our childhood. […]


Preventing Dementia with HEAT

30 Jan 2017 15:14


HEAT as a prevention of dementia? Is it possible that spending time in the sauna might ward off the dementias? Apparently so, according to a recent study out of Finland. This rather large, robust study by a group of five researchers looked at correlations between time spent in the sauna, and incidence of Alzheimer’s disease […]


Anti-Inflammatory Foods Advocated for Brain Health

30 Jan 2017 14:41


Anti-Inflammatory foods advocated for Brain Health: 1. Good to eat: All berries (cranberry, blueberry, strawberry, grapes, pomegranate juice). 2. Eat broccoli, spinach, kale, and add the spice turmeric to your daily intake. Curcumin or turmeric can also be added in supplement form. 3. Reduce consumption of fast burning carbs, since these will cause insulin resistance, […]


Tips for Mind Sharpness

30 Jan 2017 14:39


Does it make sense that decaffeinated coffee might be good for the brain? Apparently so. An animal study published in “Nutritional Neuroscience” (lead researcher: Giulio Maria Pasineti, MD, Mt Sinai School of Medicine) states that supplements of decaffeinated coffee given to mice protected their brains, even when they were afterwards subjected to the bodily abuses […]


Welcome to Neuroscience-Solutions.com

25 Jan 2017 23:37


  Our Philosophy All roads seem to be leading to Rome. Or, in this case, inflammatory process. Studies emerge daily, connecting more and more mental health conditions to the level of inflammation in the body. Depression, Anxiety, Attention Deficit, Bipolar Disorder, the Dementias…even Schizophrenia! The studies demonstrate, again and again, that symptom levels depend on […]

        
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