Tag Archives: Alzheimer’s

Exercise And Alzheimer’s Prevention (STUDY)

Cognitive decline in individuals having Alzheimer’s disease and mild cognitive impairment, as well as in healthy individuals, can be reduced by walking. The brain structure in individuals with Alzheimer’s and mild cognitive impairment (MCI) was protected by walking just five miles a week over 10 years, particularly in the learning and memory centers of the… Read More »

The Exercise Hormone Irisin May Help Protect Against Alzheimer’s

According to a study, exercise produces the irisin hormone that could help in improving memory and protecting against Alzheimer’s. It’s known that physical activity improves memory, and research has suggested that it could also help to reduce Alzheimer’s risk.[1] The irisin hormone that’s released into circulation when performing physical activity was discovered by scientists several… Read More »

It may be possible to reverse memory loss caused by Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s disease is infamous for its devastating impact on memory, bringing significant mental and emotional stress to patients and their families. But scientists at the University of Buffalo believe they’re one step closer to reversing memory loss. Research published Wednesday in the journal Brain shows a possible solution by focusing on the emerging field of… Read More »