Experts explain that the consistent mental battle about various rules in each language is enough to keep the brain active for individuals who speak two languages.
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Hearing loss, a typical symptom of aging, may increase the risks of experiencing dementia if it remains untreated.
A new study explains that basic physical exercise as adults age may help counter the negative effects aging has on the brain and may also help improve memory.
Commonly found and discussed in children, ADHD can affect adults as well.
Heavy smokers, who are middle-aged, experience more than twice the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia.
According to current intelligence tests, 70-year-old people are much smarter now than they used to be.
Memory lapses, or senior moments, may not be caused by getting older.
A study performed for the Mayo Clinic Study of Aging discovered men being 1.5 times more likely than women to have some mild cognitive impairment.
Scientists are researching the effects of vitamin B-6, B-12, and folate on the brain.
Studies performed by both French and UK experts show prevention of dementia is most likely when those affected avoid diabetes and depression, become more educated, and also eat a more balanced diet with fruits and vegetables.