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Last answer by Kaleidoscope Acres 61 months ago +0 votes:
Of course any game can be addictive, however these games are designed to enhance a persons interest and desires in learning as well as to be a learning process in and of themselves.  Meaning that when you are playing, you are also learning. It is up to the person, and parent, to make sure that anyone playing the games also finds time for proper study.  Set the timer to limit the amount ... more
Last answer by Donata L. 61 months ago +0 votes:
Yes, Mind Matters: Marbles the Brain Store does offer products for seniors. The company carries lots of games and books older adults will enjoy. Marbles the Brain Store carries mind matters kit for seniors that are concerned about their memory. The kit is customizable to fit the needs of the individual.  That’s right!  You can choose products you think are best for you. Select 10 t... more
Last answer by roytanay 61 months ago +1 votes:
Yes! Marbles: the Brain Store sells lots of products which are suitable for kids’ ages five and up. You can start by browsing online their products for kids. If you still have questions, then send them email at support@marblesthebrainstore.com, or call 1-877-527-2460 to talk with a BrainCoach during store hours or chat with a coach live. more
Last answer by +Paulose 64 months ago +0 votes:
Although the development of human brain varies in stages, researches state that it reaches FULL DEVELOPMENT around the age 23-25. Yet the powers of brain differ from person to person. The brain development is a delicate and long process.  more
Last answer by Arri London 64 months ago +0 votes:
ProceraAVH is a nutritional supplement and therefore *not* regulated by the FDA in terms of approval. I couldn't find a reputable clinical study that showed any effectiveness of the stuff whatsoever.  Memory can be improved by: exercise, good nutrition and memory exercises. Don't waste any money on an expensive supplement that is marketed so aggresively! The company seems to have a lack of cu... more
Last answer by Sam Montana 64 months ago +0 votes:
Foods like fish including salmon, tuna and mackerel that contain healthy omega-3 fatty acids are good. Studies have also shown that people who eat the most vegetables have better functioning brains and memory. Vegetables like cruciferous and green leafy vegetables are very good. Vegetables, whole grains and fruits contain phytochemicals which are help our entire body including the brain and memory... more
Last answer by Rayda Jacobs 65 months ago +0 votes:
Elizabeth, I appreciate your answer so much. Only someone who has experience with a relative who has the disease knows what this is all about. And I did not even know I had Parkinson's three months ago. I had been nothing that I don't always feel great but I also have anxiety problems so we just thought it had to do with the anxiety. But my right leg was always feeling uncomfortable and I put it d... more
Last answer by Rayda Jacobs 65 months ago +0 votes:
I have been writing for more than forty years and I think the radiation has finally got to me as I have been diagnosed with Parkinsons. Is there not a kind of bib that can be worn by heavy internet users to ward off or minimize the radiation? I will not be spared but others will. more
Last answer by Richard Wassem 65 months ago +1 votes:
Shift work is actually considered a type of Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorder; so, to answer your question, Yes. You have Delayed Sleep Syndrome which can be very exhausting. I know as I have suffered with this same thing for years. It is quite difficult for me to fall asleep before 1 to 2 A.M. and sometimes it is even later. This is due in large part by my work schedule which is typically from 3 P.... more
Last answer by bluetiboots 66 months ago +2 votes:
Yes, and this may cause by too long exposure to computers. Due to the light and radiation emmitted by our screens our eyes get tired too and we usually get that painful and teary eyed feeling every time we blink. Adjust your screen clarity and resolution to make your screen look cooler. Rest your eyes once in a while and maintain proper distance from the monitor. You can also use a specialized typ... more
Last answer by Sam Montana 66 months ago +0 votes:
Too much omega-6 in our diets has been linked to many health problems. A healthy diet should have an omega-6 to omega-3 ratio of about 2:1. Today, the standard American diet has an omega-6 to omega-3 ration of about 15:1 or higher. Too much omega-6 causes inflammation problems and can have a negative effect on the brain and memory. These articles have more information: The Health Benefits of a Low... more
Last answer by Erika Hall 66 months ago +0 votes:
Many thanks for your help. more
Last answer by +Paulose 66 months ago +1 votes:
I always wonder if sleep is a kind of death. But the brain goes on functioning with a different kind of work. Brain gets some rest because it is free from most of the external physical acticvities. Some digestive juices decrease during sleep. But certain hormones, such as reproductive hormones, are released only during sleep. Growth hormones are normally released in children and young adults while... more
Last answer by LiezVsales 78 months ago +1 votes:
the trauma itself can cause swelling. when it's swell, it produces fluid in the skull. when there is an extra amount of fluid it thus increase the icp. more
K if you were apply to parts of your brain like the temporal lobes a rotating magnetic field used like in the "God Helmet" experiments on TV and such, would everyone's brain respond to these or would some not? I would assume everyone would be effected by magnetic signals seeing as everyone's brain is basically the same. Is this correct? does everyone's brain respond to magnetic signals like in the... more
Last answer by Shawn Smith 83 months ago +0 votes:
Though I strongly believe in the power of meditation, I do not believe it's an alternative for medicine.  For instance, meditation will not clear up an infection like antibiotics do; it's scientifically impossible.  I do believe in meditation as a stress reliever and a way to help with some auto immune issues, but there is a strong line between medicine and meditation. Linda Co... more
Last answer by Yvonne Williams 83 months ago +0 votes:
While both of the above posts are helpful, they do not mention that this is a topic of ongoing debate and research for psychologists. Classifications of what is an emotion continues to change, with most experts leaning toward classifying something as an emotion only if it is universal across cultures and races. more
Last answer by Deborah Livingston 86 months ago +0 votes:
Sandy's advise is excellent.  As a retired teacher of Special Education, she has covered all of the bases.  As you be gin to work with the school to get help for your son, maintain a log with names, dates and results.  Be sure to follow through with the recommendations that you feel are appropriate for your son and question those that seem "off target".  Be sure to to read lots... more
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