How Dehydration Can Lead To Brain Fog, From A Neuroscientist

How Dehydration Can Lead To Brain Fog, From A Neuroscientist

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Your brain is literally made up of water (75% to be exact!), so it needs fluids in order to work properly.
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Side Effects of Giving Up Beer, According to Science

Side Effects of Giving Up Beer, According to Science

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Kicking the beer can (or bottle or draft) can have amazing health benefits. And you don't have to be in the habit of doing keg-stands to reap the rewards.
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ALCOHOL AND THE BRAIN: SCIENTISTS QUANTIFY HOW MUCH A GRAM AGES THE MIND

ALCOHOL AND THE BRAIN: SCIENTISTS QUANTIFY HOW MUCH A GRAM AGES THE MIND

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When we think about alcohol's impact on the brain, we typically think in extremes. Binge drinking can alter brain anatomy and personality in teens, alcohol abuse can leave the brain struggling to repair damage weeks after going dry. Rarely do we consider the slow, measured effects of years of drinking on the brain, but new research is demonstrating just how much every drop counts.
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New studies explore how gut microbiome affects Alzheimer’s and diabetes

New studies explore how gut microbiome affects Alzheimer’s and diabetes

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The studies look at how gut bacteria is connected to neurodegenerative and whether the microbiome can be used to predict diabetes disease progression.
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The Surprising Gut-Brain Connection Happening Inside Your Body

The Surprising Gut-Brain Connection Happening Inside Your Body

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Can your microbiome affect your mood? Experts weigh in on surprising gut-brain connection at play
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Researchers discover how gut bacteria can influence stroke severity

Researchers discover how gut bacteria can influence stroke severity

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A striking new gut-brain link has been discovered by researchers at the Cleveland Clinic. The findings show how a metabolite produced by gut bacteria can amplify the severity of a stroke and impair a person’s recovery.
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10 Years of Research Reveals That Listening To Nature Can Improve Cognitive Health

10 Years of Research Reveals That Listening To Nature Can Improve Cognitive Health

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A group of researchers from Michigan State University, Carleton University, and Colorado State University partnered with the National Park Service to analyze 18 studies on how natural sounds can impact human health.
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How Listening to Music Can Have Psychological Benefits

How Listening to Music Can Have Psychological Benefits

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Listening to music can be entertaining, and some research suggests that it might even make you healthier. Music can be a source of pleasure and contentment, but there are many other psychological benefits as well. Music can relax the mind, sharpen focus, improve memory and mood.
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One type of noise especially improves sleep and memory

One type of noise especially improves sleep and memory

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One type of noise especially improves sleep and memory White noise has been getting way too much credit for helping people sleep. Turns out another kind of noise delivers far deeper slumber — and improves memory.

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Afternoon napping linked to better mental agility

Afternoon napping linked to better mental agility

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Taking a regular afternoon nap may be linked to better mental agility, suggests research published in the online journal General Psychiatry.
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