Tag Archives: Memory

Deep Sleep And Alzheimer’s: Erratic Sleeping Habits Prevent Brain’s Clean-Up, Allowing Toxins To Steadily Deteriorate Memory

Your erratic sleeping habits may be setting the stage for Alzheimer’s disease. The lack of sufficient deep sleep has been linked to multiple physical and psychological ailments, but scientists may be close to finding a definitive link between poor sleep and Alzheimer’s disease. Jeffrey Iliff, a brain scientist at Oregon Health & Science University in Portland, insists that sleeping habits, ...

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Chantix Linked To Seizures, Aggressive Behavior, And Memory Loss

Chantix, a smoking-cessation drug made by Pfizer, Inc., may cause seizures, according to a report by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The FDA also states that Chantix may contribute to people becoming aggressive and could cause them to pass out if they take the drug while drinking alcohol. The FDA issued their warning to the public on Monday. ...

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Memory Loss From Alzheimer’s Disease Reversed For The First Time With Lifestyle Changes

Huge lifestyle interventions seems to have reversed memory loss caused by Alzheimer’s disease in some patients for the first time. The findings stemmed from the joint efforts of a team from UCLA’s Mary S. Easton Center for Alzheimer’s Disease Research and the Buck Institute for Research on Aging, according to a press release. Alzheimer’s disease was first discovered 100 years ...

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