Category: "Memory"

Physical Activity in Epilepsy

Physical Activity in Epilepsy

Many therapists and neurologists approve physical activities as effective mediums to avoid triggers associated with epilepsy, seizures, and mental or psychological disorders. Muscle strength exercises are dedicated to reducing cognitive deterioration and suspending disease progression. Yoga, pilates, walking, jogging, and elementary aerobic exercises relate to successful epilepsy therapy programs. Some active or team sports are also acceptable to people with high […]

Top Advantages of Using Weed Gummies

Top Advantages of Using Weed Gummies

If you’re new to recreational or medicinal marijuana and want to learn more about the advantages of where to start, edibles and other smokeless choices are a great place to start. Edibles and extracts are frequently offered in cannabis shops, with edibles including sweets, beverages, brownies, pastries, and other delectable options. In addition, you may […]

Epilepsy: How Ginger Boosts Effectiveness Of Medicine

Epilepsy: How Ginger Boosts Effectiveness Of Medicine

GINGER is used in Nigerian folk medicine to manage colds, pain, arthritis, vomiting and nausea. Beyond all these, ginger has promising benefits that may reduce cognitive deficits, brain cell loss, and seizure severity in individuals with epilepsy. In a new study, researchers said that ginger may be used as supplements to antiepileptic drugs to potentiate […]

Changing Minds

Changing Minds

UC Davis researchers are bringing the benefits of drugs like LSD and cannabis to light. They may be the next big thing in pharmaceuticals for treating a range of problems like depression and anxiety. For decades, possession and use of drugs like LSD and cannabis has come with a threat of prosecution and jail time. […]

Groove rhythm stimulates prefrontal cortex function in groove enjoyers

Groove rhythm stimulates prefrontal cortex function in groove enjoyers

Abstract Hearing a groove rhythm (GR), which creates the sensation of wanting to move to the music, can also create feelings of pleasure and arousal in people, and it may enhance cognitive performance, as does exercise, by stimulating the prefrontal cortex. Here, we examined the hypothesis that GR enhances executive function (EF) by acting on […]

A Home-Based Self-Management Program Improved Cognition and Quality of Life in Persons with Epilepsy

A Home-Based Self-Management Program Improved Cognition and Quality of Life in Persons with Epilepsy

A program called Home-Based Self-Management and Cognitive Training Changes Lives, or HOBSCOTCH, improved cognition and quality of life in persons with epilepsy, according to a study published in Neurology on April 6. “Nearly 50 percent of persons with epilepsy (PWE) have cognitive impairment affecting health, productivity, and quality of life,” wrote lead study author Nicholas Alexius Streltzov, […]

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