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  1. photo Protect Your Brain With the Mediterranean DietProtect Your Brain With the Mediterranean DietArticle
    Eating a Mediterranean diet appears to be associated with a lower risk of mild cognitive impairment—a stage between normal aging and dementia, or of transitioning from mild cognitive impairmentRead more
  2. photo Fish Oil Could Help You Delay Or Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease and DementiaFish Oil Could Help You Delay Or Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease and DementiaTreatment
    impairment and cerebral atrophy in elderly people. The research involved 229 respondents with normal cognitive abilities, 397 respondents with mild damage on the cognitive functions, and 193 people diagnosedRead more
  3. photo Chemo brain is real: Chemotherapy causes permanent brain damageChemo brain is real: Chemotherapy causes permanent brain damageNews
    the ability for sustained focused thought. Although many patients and healthcare workers use the terms "chemo brain" or "chemo fog," many doctors describe the condition as mild cognitive impairment (MCIRead more
  4. photo Brain training games shown to prevent dementia and improve moodBrain training games shown to prevent dementia and improve moodNews
    , cognitive abilities, attention and learning in adults who are suffering from "mild cognitive impairment." People in this group suffer from deteriorating memory and other mental abilities, but their dailyRead more
  5. photo Chemotherapy patients' quality of life suffers long after treatmentChemotherapy patients' quality of life suffers long after treatmentNews
    , oppression, social support sought and quality of life. Decreased quality of life The researchers found that mild cognitive loss did lead to a decreased quality of life for cancer survivors. The factors mostRead more
  6. photo Mediterranean diet shown to improve brain aging and help prevent vascular dementiaMediterranean diet shown to improve brain aging and help prevent vascular dementiaNews
    ) and nuts (raw, not roasted), while avoiding low-fat dietary strategies may result in a nearly 20 percent decline in the risk of developing mild to advanced cognitive impairment and dementia.SourcesRead more
  7. photo If you use Benadryl, Paxil, Dramamine it's REALLY time to stop: definite links to dementia, <b>cognitive</b> damage found with these OTC allergy drugsIf you use Benadryl, Paxil, Dramamine it's REALLY time to stop: definite links to dementia, cognitive damage found with these OTC allergy drugsNews
    scientists with the most definitive proof yet of what they've known for at least the past 10 years – that anticholinergic medications are tied to cognitive impairment and a heightened risk of developingRead more
  8. photo Lion's mane: a smart mushroom choice for memory, mood and clarityLion's mane: a smart mushroom choice for memory, mood and clarityNews
    correlation between the ingestion of lion's mane and the improvement of cognitive impairment. In a double-blind, placebo-controlled trial, 30 test subjects between the ages of 50 and 80 with mild cognitiveRead more
  9. photo Drinking coffee can help protect healthy brain function as you ageDrinking coffee can help protect healthy brain function as you ageNews
    content, but researchers are now discovering that this natural caffeine is actually helpful for stimulating the minds of older adults to prevent mild cognitive impairment. The researchers do cautionRead more
  10. photo Peanut butter smell test serves as early diagnosis for Alzheimer'sPeanut butter smell test serves as early diagnosis for Alzheimer'sNews
    tested who only had mild cognitive impairment, which may or may not eventually develop into Alzheimer's, 10 of them had left nostril impairment, while the remaining 14 did not."At the moment, we can useRead more

Mild cognitive impairment

Disease

Mild cognitive impairment (MCI, also known as incipient dementia, or isolated memory impairment) is a brain function syndrome involving the onset and evolution of cognitive impairments beyond those expected based on the age and education of the individual, but which are not significant enough to interfere with their daily activities. It is often found to be a transitional stage between normal...More