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Brain fog isn’t a medically recognized condition but it is characterized by the feeling of confusion, forgetfulness, lack of focus, and poor mental clarity. Patients describe brain fog as the inability to think clearly.
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Hearing loss in schizophrenia can be improved by targeting specific receptors in the brain. Lead author Joshua T. Kantrowitz explained, “Slight variations in our tone of voice are an important way of communicating emotions, such as happiness or sadness.… Read More
In Alzheimer’s disease, low bone density may indicate brain degeneration. Reduced bone mineral density is associated with a higher risk of bone fracture, which can lead to a poorer quality of life and increased mortality among Alzheimer’s disease patients.
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Older adults with mild cognitive impairment, a condition that increases the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease, can improve brain volume and cognitive function with aerobic exercises. Lead investigator Laura D. Baker explained, “Even over a short period of… Read More
Although hearing loss is often associated with problems with the ears, new findings suggest that it may stem from the brain instead. Difficulty processing conversation in loud settings may indicate that the brain’s ability to process speech is impacted.
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Brain atrophy risk in the elderly increases with excessive sleepiness and fatigue, according to research findings. Lead author Diego Z. Carvalho explained, “Our results may help to identify individuals at higher susceptibility or risk for dementia prior to symptom… Read More
In type 2 diabetes, cognitive decline is linked to brain atrophy that resembles early stages of Alzheimer’s disease. The researchers led a large-scale study comparing brain scans and cognitive function in patients with diabetes and patients without it. Brain… Read More
Mild cognitive impairment in older adults may improve with computer-based brain training before dementia diagnosis. The researchers reviewed over 20 years of research and found that brain training could improve cognitive function, memory, learning, and attention, along with psychosocial functioning… Read More
Heart medications may help treat Alzheimer’s disease by reducing plaque buildup in the brain’s blood vessels. Researcher Prof. Magnus Grenegård explained, “You should be careful not to draw any major conclusions from experimental studies, but we have certainly identified… Read More
Brain scans may help with earlier diagnosis of dementia, which affects tens of millions people worldwide. There is no cure for dementia, but there are treatments available to help manage the symptoms. Early detection of dementia amps up the… Read More
Ischemic stroke risk is linked to traumatic brain injury (TBI), independent of other factors. Lead study author James F. Burke explained, “Both stroke and traumatic brain injury are common, costly, and leading causes of severe disability in adults, and… Read More
Many women experiencing menopause often describe brain fog, but there was not enough evidence to support such claims. Well, additional research findings have just come out which reveal that brain fog in menopause is a real thing.
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