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Hello sir, I'm a 20 year old girl. I have been fairly well in my studies throughout. Since the time I had come to know that my grandpa is suffering from Multiple Myeloma (cancer), I am totally depressed and sad, thinking about him every moment, good old memories. As I am too connected to him. Although he's my grandpa, but I have considered him to be my brother as I am a single child to my parents. On 14th of December, he expired from heart failure. All he wanted is I pursue my PhD in future, and so do I wish. Problem is, I really cannot focus in my studies. All I do is try to sleep, otherwise when I am awake, just the thought of him makes me cry. I really miss him a lot. Even though I had studied and had been preparing while he was alive, what all I have studied then, I cannot recall anything. Everything seems new from the books. I am really petrified. Please suggest me Sir/Ma'am, what should be my initiative?
I believe in punctuality. So if I have given a commitment to meet someone. I start feeling restless/nervous till the time that I have met. But I feel good that I met my commitment of punctuality.
My wife is suffering from psychic disorder and is taking Rispond plus 1 tab daily at bed time from last 16 years. From last 6 months she has been advised by the Doctor to takeolimelt10 mg. One tab per day at night. Is this a lifelong treatment or this will be stopped at some point of time. Please advise.
I have been diagnosed as a case of Major Depression in 1983.Presently I am taking floxitine tabs,lithium tabs and some tabs for relaxation.I have never tried any other system of Medicine.I dont know whether it can be of any great help. Kindly advise.
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If you're serious about improving your memory and your cognitive function, you need to know about these three important variables for brain health.
Activated, vitamin D receptors increase nerve growth in your brain, and researchers have also located metabolic pathways for vitamin d in the hippocampus and cerebellum of the brain, areas that are involved in planning, processing of information, and the formation of new memories. In older adults, research has shown that low vitamin d levels are associated with poorer brain function, and increasing levels may help keep older adults mentally fit. Appropriate sun exposure is all it takes to keep your levels where they need to be for healthy brain function. If this is not an option, a safe tanning bed is the next best alternative, followed by a vitamin D3 supplement
Contrary to popular belief, the ideal fuel for your brain is not glucose but ketones, which is the fat that your body mobilizes when you stop feeding it carbs and introduce coconut oil and other sources of healthy fats into your diet. A one-day fast can help your body to "reset" itself, and start to burn fat instead of sugar. Further, it will help you to reduce your overall calorie consumption, which promotes brain cell growth and connectivity. As part of a healthy lifestyle, however, I prefer an intermittent fasting schedule that simply calls for limiting your eating to a narrower window of time each day. By restricting your eating to a 6-8 hour window, you effectively fast 16-18 hours each day.
Your gut is your " second brain" and your gut bacteria transmits information to your brain via the vagus nerve, the tenth cranial nerve that runs from your brain stem into your enteric nervous system (the nervous system of your gastrointestinal tract). There is a close connection between abnormal gut flora and abnormal brain development, and just as you have neurons in your brain, you also have neurons in your gut -- including neurons that produce neurotransmitters like serotonin, which is also found in your brain and is linked to mood. Quite simply, your gut health can impact your brain function, psyche, and behavior, as they are interconnected and interdependent in a number of different ways. In addition to avoiding sugar, one of the best ways to support gut health is to consume beneficial bacteria. You can use a probiotic supplement for this, but i'm particularly fond of using fermented vegetables, because they can deliver extraordinarily high levels of beneficial bacteria. Most people aren't aware that in a healthy serving of sauerkraut – two to three ounces or so – you're getting the equivalent of nearly 100 capsules of the highest-potency probiotic you can buy. It's clearly one of the most cost-effective alternatives.