Daytime Naps Could Increase Alzheimer’s Risk

By Lynn Allison – Re-Blogged From Newsmax

New research shows that taking naps during the day could lead to increased plaque development associated with Alzheimer’s disease. According to Interesting Engineering, most experts recommend getting a solid eight hours of sleep each night as the magical number to allow the body to recover, encourage mental clarity and boost the immune system.

However, new data shows that trying to make up for a bad night’s sleep by taking naps could be harmful to your mental health.

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Elephants’ Biology May Hold Key to Understanding Alzheimer’s

By Lynn Allison – Re-Blogged From Newsmax Helth

We all know the saying that “elephants never forget.” Well there could be a very good reason why they maintain magnificent memories.

According to an article in Fortune magazine, elephants may hold the key to unlocking the secret cause of Alzheimer’s disease.

Currently, the research varies. Some experts believe that it’s the beta-amyloid proteins that drive the disease by sticking to and eventually killing neurons. Others point to the neurofibrillary tangles, or twisted tau proteins, that accumulate between the neurons in the brain. And many says that both these factors come into play to cause this devastating disease that’s the sixth leading cause of death in America.

10 Tips to Improve Your Memory

By Brenda Kennedy (https://stonebrakerracing.com/)

The issue of memory training is relevant not only for students and schoolchildren. Overloaded with work, tormented and under fulfilled, residents of metropolitan areas from time to time complain that sometimes they do not understand why they came into any room in their house. A lot of people face difficulties when doing homework in foreign language courses or preparing for exams at the university. The last problem can be solved with the help of Primetimeessay. However, improving memory is a personal responsibility.

Here are 10 simple working memory-training steps to force memory work.

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