It goes without saying that sleep is important.
The term “synergy” may be overused in the business world but in medicine, we’re still ok with it. I always like to point out ways to affect more than one area with a single effort.
I’ve recently written on physical activity and brain appearance: Another study shows exercise may make the brain look better. Physically fit people have better looking
In a post from last July, I reported that people who performed best on a treadmill test for physical fitness, also had better looking brains with less atrophy – or shrinkage. Another study has a similar finding.
Physical fitness may certainly help a person look good on the outside. But a new study in Neurology found that fit people have better looking brains as well. In a study called Cardiorespiratory fitness and brain volume and white matter integrity, researchers studied 565 middle-aged adults (average age 45), starting by measuring their degree of […]
Mention risk of bleeding with selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) medications and many doctors will look at you quizzically.
It is very common for a brain MRI report to say something like: