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  • In this article, we will delve into effective strategies and practical tips to help manage sensory overload in adults and navigate challenging moments.

  • Let's explore the benefits of embracing a tech-free holiday for the sake of cognitive and mental health, allowing us to truly savor the season's magic.

  • In this article, we'll explore how volunteering can be a powerful ally for maintaining brain health.

  • Here are some ideas for group therapy activities for the holidays, to get your group talking and learning together about improving cognitive skills!

  • The question of whether brains and cognition differ based on biological sex has been a topic of considerable debate and research.

  • Climate change has far-reaching implications, including for our cognitive health.

  • Testosterone is a hormone that plays a significant role in the human body. How do low testosterone levels affect cognition?

  • Menopause is known for physical and emotional side effects, however, the impact on cognition is often overlooked.

  • Effects of MS may include physical symptoms as well as cognitive symptoms.

  • How do friendships impact our cognitive health throughout different stages of life?

  • Let’s look at why taking a vacation is so good for our brains, and why it’s so beneficial to maintain a work/life balance.

  • As concern for mental health in the workplace has become an increasingly important topic, we should also look at how we can care for our cognitive health at work.

  • Many people choose to retire early if they have the financial resources to do so. This can be good for us in many ways! However, it’s worth exploring research that tells us something we may not want to hear - that retiring early could potentially acc

  • Researchers have long speculated about possible associations between hearing loss and cognitive decline.

  • Research has shown that exposure to nature may positively impact cognitive performance for people of all ages.

  • Building habits can help anyone to improve aspects of their life. They can be beneficial for anyone living with a cognitive condition.

  • New research confirms that those who sleep for a shorter period each night have poorer executive function skills.

  • Many of us look to achieve specific goals with the idea that achievement will make us happy. However, data tells us a different story.

  • Whether you’re a cat or a dog person, here’s some good news! A recent study shows that owning pets improve cognitive health for adults over the age of 65. 

  • More and more research is showing the benefits of cognitive stimulation. A new study shows the benefits of cognitive games in mitigating cognitive decline in older adults.

  • In addition to a healthy diet and exercise, there are many activities that can help someone with stroke recovery. Physical therapy may be necessary for physical recovery, and equally important is exercising the brain. Here are some of the best ways t

  • You may be wondering what exercises are available for stroke recovery, or how HappyNeuron Pro can be used to work with people who have had a stroke.

  • Stress can sometimes feel productive, like when you’re worried about an assignment so you work hard on it to make sure you do a great job. However, stress can also feel completely overwhelming and bad for our mental health. Can stress be good for us?

  • Have you ever wondered why we can feel exhausted after a day of working our brains, even if we haven’t physically exerted ourselves at all? After a hard day at a desk job or a long studying session, why do we sometimes feel so tired? There may be mor

  • For many people, being around “green space”, such as grass, plants, forests, and more, is just a factor of their everyday life. However, recent studies have shown that greenery exposure may benefit middle-aged individuals.

  • When a woman reaches her late 40s or 50s, a natural decline in reproductive hormones begins the cycle of menopause. After 12 months without a menstrual cycle, a woman is officially in the state of menopause. During this uncomfortable time many experi

  • Over the past two years, researchers are uncovering how COVID-19 impacts various organ systems. One organ affected by COVID-19 is the brain, with severe patients displaying neuropsychiatric problems. Recently, researchers have found that severe COVID

  • Society requires us to have adequate ability to perform mathematical calculations. Life events, such as buying a home or even comparing prices of items within a store, require working knowledge of mathematics. In childhood, many children have difficu

  • Both men and women will experience depression at some point in their lifetime, but men experience depression differently than what is included in the current diagnostic criteria. In this blog post, we discuss 5 things that you may not know about depr

  • In the US, millions of Americans struggle with maintaining a healthy weight. In young adults, impulsivity and inefficient inhibitory control are key risk factors for engaging in unhealthy and uncontrolled eating habits. Impulse and inhibitory control

  • Mental illness sucks. Even The New York Times  says so. Depression, anxiety and other psychiatric disorders can greatly impact someone's ability to work. According to NAMI, 46 million Americans have more than just a case of the "Mondays" when it c

  • Both men and women will experience depression at some point in their lifetime, but men experience depression differently than what is included in the current diagnostic criteria. In this blog post, we discuss 5 things that you may not know about depr

  • The question of whether brains and cognition differ based on biological sex has been a topic of considerable debate and research.

  • Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) can be very detrimental to one’s health and wellbeing. Brain injury commonly causes individuals to have cognitive, mental health, and physical complications. TBIs can be caused by contact sports injuries, motor vehicle

  • Menopause is known for physical and emotional side effects, however, the impact on cognition is often overlooked.

  • Testosterone is a hormone that plays a significant role in the human body. How do low testosterone levels affect cognition?

  • When a woman reaches her late 40s or 50s, a natural decline in reproductive hormones begins the cycle of menopause. After 12 months without a menstrual cycle, a woman is officially in the state of menopause. During this uncomfortable time many experi

  • All around America, many individuals work through mental illness everyday. The National Institute of Mental Health stated that in 2019, around 20% of Americans dealt with mental illness. This equates to roughly 1 in 5 Americans, or 69.5 million peopl

  • Driving allows us to get to and from many places. As people age, they may experience cognitive decline, which can impact their ability to drive. Driving safety is of the utmost importance, as safe driving protects the driver themself but also other d