Ageing

 
  Turmeric Produces ‘Remarkable’ Recovery in Alzheimer’s Patients  

Turmeric Produces ‘Remarkable’ Recovery in Alzheimer’s Patients

Turmeric has been used in India for over 5,000 years, which is likely why still today both rural and urban populations have some of the lowest prevalence rates of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) in the world. A recent study on patients with AD found that less than a gram of turmeric daily, taken for three months, resulted in ‘remarkable improvements.’

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  Superageing: why some 80 year olds have the memory capacity of 20 year olds  

Superageing: why some 80 year olds have the memory capacity of 20 year olds

If you're unfamiliar with the term "superageing," you are likely to begin hearing more about it in the coming years as scientists and researchers delve into the phenomenon.

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  Walking can improve memory and reverse muscle loss  

Walking can improve memory and reverse muscle loss

As the saying goes, it's not growing old that causes a person to lose mobility, but rather a lack of mobility that causes a person to grow old. And a new study out of Yale University affirms this, having found that staying mobile is the key to improving memory and both preventing and reversing muscle loss.

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Stress, Telomeres, and the Secret to Prevent Aging

Stress is hard on you and your brain. Chronic stress can lead to depression, anxiety, poor decision-making, sleeplessness, and impaired memory. It can literally cause your brain to shrink! But now it looks like the damage done by stress is even more serious than most people realise. Stress actually leads to premature aging on a cellular level causing cells in both your body and your brain to commit suicide prematurely. To understand how this happens, we need to take a look at a part of your chromosomes called telomeres.

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Scientists identify six chemicals from plant extracts that can slow down biological ageing and boost longevity

Everybody ages, but not everyone ages equally. The tick of our chronological clock doesn't always match the tick of our biological clock. And although ageing is inevitable, a group of Canadian researchers claim to have discovered the six best natural compounds that can slow down the ageing process and boost longevity.

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Baby Boomer or elder? You CAN prevent mental decline as you age

A review of studies that have aimed to prevent cognitive decline, including dementia and Alzheimer's disease, has found little to no evidence that Big Pharma's pills offer any help at all. However, the study, which was just published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ), did conclude something does appear to work when it comes to keeping aging minds healthy.

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  How Old Grows Young – Preschools in Nursing Homes Give New Life to Elderly Residents   How Old Grows Young
– Preschools in Nursing Homes Give New Life to Elderly Residents

Ageing can have a lot of issues attached to it: The body is no longer at the top of its game and gravity is slowly but surely drawing the body down to its final resting place. We try not to complain, but Bette Davis probably said it best: Old age is no place for sissies.

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Miracle ‘grass’ encourages longevity while dispelling disease

More potent than ginseng, jiaogulan is a powerful antidote to aging, cancer, cardiovascular disease, stress and fatigue. It even helps to maintain proper weight. Known as an immortality elixir, this herb has been used for centuries throughout Asia. Often referred to as 'miracle grass,' jiaogulan has a long history of use.

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