Monthly Archives: November 2020

Can One “Yucky” Medical Procedure Restore Cognitive Function?

By |2020-11-30T18:12:34-05:00November 30th, 2020|Natural Health|

One neurologist -- renowned for helping people with dementia and other neurological disorders -- says restoring the gut is the key to restoring memory. David Perlmutter, M.D. is well known to most of our readers, so I sit up and take notice when he says dementia patients need more than probiotics to restore a healthy [...]

New Tongue Stimulation Device Relieves Tinnitus

By |2020-11-27T11:56:29-05:00November 27th, 2020|Natural Health|

For many people, tinnitus is a disturbing ringing sound, while for others it’s a buzzing, hissing, chirping or even roaring in the ears.1 Not surprisingly, many tinnitus sufferers also find it hard to focus and experience fatigue and anxiety as well. Psychological interventions may lessen the distress of tinnitus, but unfortunately, there’s no drug or [...]

The Great Outdoors is also the Great Memory Booster

By |2020-11-23T15:56:16-05:00November 23rd, 2020|Natural Health|

Some say I’m a broken record when it comes to preaching the health benefits of getting outside for a daily walk. Regular exercise is one of the pillars of optimum health, but, until now, I didn't realize how vital the "outside" part of my walk is for protecting my memory against decline. When I looked [...]

How to Instantly Improve Your Memory and Creativity Without Lifting a Finger

By |2020-11-20T12:12:16-05:00November 20th, 2020|Natural Health|

Someone just gave you a phone number to remember, and you don’t have a pen with you. What do you do? We all have to remember a thousand different things from passwords to how to navigate our smart phones, but it’s not easy in an age of information overload. We’ve got too many distractions. Luckily, [...]

Is This the Reason Why so Many Drugs Have Failed to Beat Alzheimer’s Disease?

By |2020-11-16T13:58:45-05:00November 16th, 2020|Brain Science|

For more than a decade now researchers have tried to “cure” Alzheimer’s disease by clearing away beta amyloid plaques and tau proteins with drugs. But, as we’ve reported repeatedly in this newsletter, clinical trials on these drug therapies have shown that eliminating the proteins does nothing to improve Alzheimer’s-related memory loss. Now, researchers point to [...]

Researchers Say One Single Unifying Theory May Explain Alzheimer’s

By |2020-11-13T09:14:24-05:00November 13th, 2020|Natural Health|

Scientists have focused on amyloid beta plaques as the primary cause of Alzheimer’s disease for more than 25 years. Readers of this publication know I tossed the theory out a long time ago. For one thing, autopsies reveal that quite a few people who died with dementia don’t have the plaques. In addition, a great [...]

How Icy Water Can Prevent– Even Reverse– Dementia

By |2020-11-09T15:19:14-05:00November 9th, 2020|Natural Health|

Scientists are a mostly conservative bunch, shunning anything theatrical. But Professor Giovanna Mallucci made an exception on a cold October morning when she stood in front of an audience of swimmers and shivering BBC reporters at an unheated, open air pool in London. She chose this particular venue for a good reason. It was to [...]

New Vision Test May Spot Alzheimer’s Before Your Memory Slips

By |2022-04-18T19:20:12-04:00November 6th, 2020|Natural Health|

For years, a few brain researchers have been looking into a non-invasive method to diagnose Alzheimer’s disease before symptoms begin. They’re focused on the only part of the brain that’s visible without using complicated imaging techniques like X-rays or drilling open the skull. They’re looking at the retina, located at the back of the eye. [...]

Sharpen Your Memory with One Easy Technique

By |2020-11-02T10:35:55-05:00November 2nd, 2020|Natural Health|

If you want to boost your ability to learn new things and remember important information, studies show there’s one quick and easy way to do that. Researchers have found that if we take notes by hand, writing them out the old fashioned way, we can learn more effectively than when we tap our notes into [...]

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