The New Scientist published an article a few weeks ago called How to keep your brain blooming. It’s written by by James Goodwin, someone who knows a lot about brains.Continue reading “Blooming brain”
The New Yorker has reviewed a non-fiction book written by the author of Still Alice.
Here’s the link.
It is a really interesting article, and definitely worth a read.
This is for Kevin in New Zealand who left a message a few days ago. Unfortunately your email addressed bounced when I tried to send a response.
Can you email me on firstname.lastname@example.org?
I’ve had a query about LED strips and individual LED lights. Both have their place.
I want to buy a light hat:
If you are thinking of investing hundreds of dollars into a commercial transcranial red and near infrared light device, make sure that you select a device made with individual LED lights.Continue reading “LED strips vs individual LEDs”
The previous blog looked at a journal article entitled: Effects of exercise on sleep in neurodegenerative disease, and focussed on its comments about sleep, exercise and Parkinson’s disease. This post looks at what the article has to say about exercise, sleep and Alzheimer’s disease.Continue reading “Exercise and sleep in Alzheimer’s”
There’s been increasing interest in photobiomodulation and muscles.
Researchers from Brazil have been looking further into this, curious to see what happens to blood glucose (often called blood sugar) when a combination of red and near infrared light is shone into muscles. Their interest was piqued by reports that photobiomodulation can help lower blood glucose levels in people with diabetes. Blood glucose levels stay high in diabetes and that causes all sorts of problems for the rest of the body.Continue reading “Blood glucose and red light”