Guest Post: How to Keep Your Brain Alive when You Reach Sixty-Five

As we’re getting older, our mental capacity and functionality wane. Although these processes don’t affect everybody the same way, our cognitive functions change over the course of years. The good news is that we can play an active role in keeping our brain fit. In the...

Vitamin D and Brain Health

Vitamin D is important for brain health. While we know from the research that insufficient levels of Vitamin D increase dementia risk, new research shows low levels also impact brain structure.  The Queensland research showed that insufficient Vitamin D impacted the...

Ottawa Brain Health Week 2019

Join us for a complimentary one-hour presentation on brain health and cognitive exercises in celebration of Brain Health Week.   Monday March 11th 2019 at 10am – Landmark Court – 140 Darlington Private at 2pm – Queenswood Villa – 370...

5 Ways that Lack of Sleep Affects the Brain

Have you been skimping on sleep thinking that you’re gaining more from your waking hours? Let’s face it! You have been fooling yourself all this time.   Scientific evidence suggests that depriving the mind off sleep distorts the way it functions. The truth is,...

Water, Water, Water

  Water plays an important role in good brain functioning.Our bodies require water to hydrate the blood and tissues, lubricate our joints, regulate temperature, and moisten the lungs to allow for breathing. So those stiff joints may actually be a lack of proper...

Green Leafy Vegetables Linked to Slower Cognitive Decline

Do you want to maintain a younger brain? Eat your green leafy vegetables!   Research shows that good nutrition plays a big role in maintaining brain health. From the development of the BEN Scale to the research on good fats, good nutrition is a significant factor...