Reversing And Treating Mild Cognitive Impairment With Medications

Reversing and treating mild cognitive impairment (MCI) with medication are often prescribed for a brain chemical deficiency in conjunction with other therapies or when other treatments are not effective. (see post “Natural Hormone Therapy For Mild Cognitive Impairment” and “A … Continue reading

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Natural Hormone Therapy For Mild Cognitive Impairment

Maintaining the proper hormone balance is critical to every aspect of the health as we age. There are more than 100 types of hormones that act as brain chemicals. When the stress hormone cortisol increases, feelings of anxiety and unclear … Continue reading

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Neurobiofeedback – Applications In Cognition Improvement

Biofeedback refers to any technique that monitors and regulates the physiological functions using instruments which can provide information on the status of physiological activities such as brain wave pattern (by EEG), heart rate, muscle tone, skin conductance, and pain perception. … Continue reading

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Types of Brain Wave Entrainment – Brain Wave Synchronization

Brainwave entrainment is any practical techniques that aims to induce specific brain wave frequency range or brain wave types using external stimulations. This process is called the frequency following response that the brain is fully adaptable and trainable and be … Continue reading

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Causes of Mild Cognitive Impairment And How To Reverse It

Mild cognitive impairment is the stage of cognitive deterioration associated with aging brain that is treatable and reversible. Interventions and life style adjustments as formulated in the post “A 7- Step Action Plan For Preventing And Treating Memory Loss” can … Continue reading

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Brain Waves, Brain Chemical Systems and Memory

The functional health  and capacity of the brain can be measured by four metrics: voltage, speed, balance and synchrony. Voltage measures the intensity or amplitude of the electro-chemical signal in response to stimuli (external sensory perception or internal thought process). … Continue reading

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