Tips to boost your brain health

by | Dementia, Mental Health, Seniors Health

Every three seconds, there is one new case of dementia worldwide.

Dementia affects thinking, behaviour and the ability to perform everyday tasks.

It is currently the second leading cause of death in Australia and an estimated 459,000 Australians are living with the disease.

While there are many forms of dementia, they are characterised by impairment of at least two cognitive functions, such as memory and judgement.

Common symptoms of cognitive decline

The most common form of dementia is Alzheimer’s disease, that affects up to 70 per cent of people who suffer from the group of conditions.

Common symptoms can include forgetfulness, and limited social skills and thinking abilities, such as trouble finding the right words for everyday objects and taking longer to perform everyday tasks.

Changes in personality or behaviour, a lack of initiative, or changes in day-to-day function at home,  or work, and in self-care, can also be early signs of Alzheimer’s disease.

However, experts now believe that cognitive decline can start in the brain long before symptoms are detected, often in middle age.

Even high stress levels can cause our brain to feel overloaded, often resulting in a feeling that we are not performing at our peak.

Tips to boost your brain health – How you can protect the brain  

While there is no cure for dementia, researchers believe a number of lifestyle habits can help protect cognitive function and keep our brains working optimally.

Regular physical exercise can reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease and even slow down deterioration in those who have already started to develop cognitive problems.

Staying connected socially, getting good quality sleep and managing stress are other important ways to prevent and slow dementia, say experts.

But one of the most important factors in maintaining cognitive function as we age is brain healthy nutrients.

Evidence suggests that DHA found in healthy fats may help prevent Alzheimer’s disease by reducing beta-amyloid plaques, sticky proteins involved in cognitive decline.

Nutrients that protect against free radicals, from causes such as stress, pollution and chemicals, are also crucial to preventing cell damage that causes illness and ageing.


Boost your brain health with these tips to boost your brain health

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Research shows that when the brain is functioning optimally, stress levels, energy production and clarity of thought all improve.

As well as DHA algal oil, it contains healthy fats including linseed oil, soybean phospholipids, mono and diglycerides of fatty acids, that are anti-inflammatory and promote blood circulation to the brain.

Research into soybean-derived phosphatidylserine (Soy-PS) and phosphatidic acid (PA), both phospholipids, has shown a positive influence on memory, mood, and cognition.

Short-term supplementation in patients with Alzheimer’s disease showed a stabilising effect on daily functioning, emotional state and self-reported general condition.

ReBrain also includes green tea extract, which research studies have shown contains catechin polyphenols believed to protect the brain against oxidative stress, inflammation and even the formation of amyloid-beta plaques.

Another key ingredient is the potent antioxidant herb ginkgo biloba, which researchers believe may reduce inflammation and anxiety, and improve blood flow to the heart and the eyes.

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