Besides the usual sneezing, coughing, and watery eyes, inhalant allergies can leave you with serious brain fog, inability to concentrate and focus, fatigue, irritability, and depression. In fact, seasonal allergies can derail your attempts to restore your brain's health.
On these pages, you'll learn how certain prevalent health conditions like obesity and high blood pressure have a negative impact on your brain's health and fitness. You'll discover specific steps you can take to reverse their effects.
You'll find out more about brain-degenerative disorders like Alzheimer's disease and dementia. And you'll learn how you can significantly reduce your risk of developing them by improving your lifestyle habits and reducing your health risk factors now.
Inflammation is a natural process but can get out of control with an unhealthy lifestyle. It's a factor in 7 of the top 10 causes of death. Chronic inflammation itself is not painful but the damage it causes can be. It can lead to all sorts of seemingly unrelated problems including allergies, IBS, high blood pressure, and arthritis (or anything that ends in "itis"). Two of the best kinds of nutrients for reducing inflammation are krill oil and antioxidants.
There is no cure for MCI. Rule out underlying health conditions first, then make lifestyle changes and consider nutritional supplements. MCI is an intermediate stage between "normal" age-related mental decline and the diagnosis of dementia. Somewhere between 5-20% of seniors are believed to have it.
High blood pressure can lead to premature cognitive decline as well as stroke, TIA, dementia and mild cognitive impairment. Lifestyle changes, undertaken AFTER a professional evaluation, can significantly improve your blood pressure and reduce your health risks. Here are 7 ways to lower your blood pressure that your brain will thank you for.
Menopause can have many negative health effects including cognitive issues. Learn effective ways to minimize this AND improve general health. Once menopause is over, brain function usually returns to normal. But there is much you can do to feel like your usual self and minimize frustrating and embarrassing "menopause moments".