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Dementia and What to Do: Tips for Coping and Caring
If you or someone you know is dealing with dementia, it can be a difficult and overwhelming experience. Dementia is a condition that affects the brain and can cause a variety of symptoms, including memory loss, confusion, and changes in mood and behavior. While there is no cure for dementia, there are steps you can take to manage the condition and improve quality of life for those affected.
The science of memory: dreams and false events
Ever had a dream that felt so real that years later you were convinced it must have really happened? Or do you remember a childhood event with perfect clarity only to discover later you had all the facts wrong? Wherever your memories come from: dreams, actual events, or false memories deliberately planted in your mind, your brain treats them the same, as fact.
The Magic of Images
Humans respond strongly to myths, stories, images, and symbols because they trigger our collective unconscious's memory. A shared memory of the beginning of creation, of form from the formless that defies the spoken word.
James Leininger: The reincarnation of a WWII fighter pilot
A story of past-life memories and investigation. Reincarnation is a belief that has been around for centuries, and some people believe that they can remember their past lives. However, few stories have garnered as much attention as that of James Leininger, who claimed to have been a World War II fighter pilot in his previous life.
Scientists Create First Detailed Diagram of Insect Brain, Offering Clues to How All Brains Learn and Remember
In a landmark discovery, scientists have created the first detailed wiring diagram, or connectome, of an insect brain. The team, whose findings were published in the journal Science on Thursday, mapped the brain of a fruit fly larva, which contained 3,016 neurons connected by 548,000 synapses. This represents a significant step forward as previous connectomes were limited to worms and tadpoles with just a few hundred neurons and a few thousand synaptic connections.
Neurodrine: The Breakthrough Formula for Maintaining a Steel Trap Memor
The idea of maintaining a steel trap memory is something that most of us desire. However, it can be challenging to know how to achieve this goal. Thankfully, there are natural ways to support a healthy brain, and Neurodrine is one such breakthrough formula that can help.
Trivia: Can it Benefit People with Dementia?
Did you know that trivia and brain teasers can help improve memory function? Not only that but they can actually slow down the effects of dementia. How does it do that, you may wonder?
Were You A Depressed Teenager? It Might Increase Your Alzheimer’s Risk
A study published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease reported that people who experienced depression in early adulthood are more likely to develop cognitive impairment in their old age. But if you take action now, you can reduce that risk.
Man drives to post office and walks home, then reports car as stolen
Car parked in front of buildingPhoto byElena Kuchko/UnsplashonUnsplash. ** This article is based on nonfiction by actual events that I have experienced firsthand; used with permission.
An Exploration of Anti-Depressants and Possible Memory Loss Side Effects
A common side effect of a class of anti-depressants is a notable degree of memory loss. How to balance symptoms remains a mystery to some patients. This article is based on science and accredited media reports. No medical advice is offered on the part of the author, as it is imperative for anyone who suffers from disorders of any type related to this piece, or who suspects a mental health-related diagnosis of any sort, to visit their doctor. All listed theories and facts within this article are fully-attributed to accredited organizations and media outlets, including:MayoClinic.org, RXISK.org, and AARP.org.
Using a Second Brain to Write More and Increase Productivity
So many people talk about building a second brain. It is a hugely popular concept started by Tiago Forte. It is the process of producing a personal database of knowledge that helps you with many things, including your creative pursuits.
A Poem| I Found Myself
I met a child, a flower spilling from a greenhouse. cradled in the arms of nature. while a breeze mused his curly hair. and I was a wind-ripped lake lost in wilderness. An unforgiving, relentless soul.
40% Of Americans Have Experienced the Mandela Effect—Have You?
The Mandela Effect occurs when large groups of people believe something happened a certain way when either the event didn't take place at all, or something happened completely differently than they believed.
A Shopping Trip That Wouldn't End
This is a nonfiction recollection of events as experienced by me; used with permission. One of my least favorite chores is probably going to the store to get groceries. While it's nice to stock up and feed everyone in the house, I have to go to a big-box store usually and it can be a lot to deal with. There was one visit in particular where nothing went right.