Flickering Light and Sound to Improve MCI?

While looking into various websites related to Alzheimer’s disease and mild cognitive impairment (MCI), I came across a fascinating article. This article talks about the effect of flickering light and sound at a frequency of 40Hz on brain chemistry. Scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) observed that when mice afflicted with Alzheimer’s diseaseContinue reading “Flickering Light and Sound to Improve MCI?”

Coconut Oil

This is quite a controversial one. Some people swear by it, but there has been no solid scientific evidence to support its effectiveness in treating mild cognitive impairment (MCI) or Alzheimer’s disease.  https://www.alzheimers.org.uk/about-dementia/treatments/alternative-therapies/coconut-oil-and-dementia One of most well-known proponents of using coconut oil to treat Alzheimer’s disease is Dr. Newport. Around 2008, her husband developed Alzheimer’s disease.Continue reading “Coconut Oil”

One way to remember

Two elderly couples were having a get-together in one of their homes. The women were preparing lunch in the kitchen, gossiping about their friends, while their husbands were in the living room, discussing their most recent activities. During this conversation, one of the husbands said “We went to a really nice restaurant last week. TheirContinue reading “One way to remember”