Exercise the brain with. Such as doing math, start a project, and etc. I don’t think there is a medicine for that, but that happens to me every so often, but when I start working on something I enjoy very much it is fairly easy to lose yourself into the …Read More »
Neuroscience has opened many windows on the brain and the way it works and while there is ALOT more to learn, there is not evidence that we do not use all of our brainpower. Just because scientists do not know what activity (or lack thereof) in one part of the …Read More »
As far as what you’re looking at doing, that wouldn’t be harmful and can be very beneficial… but it may not get you completely back to where you were depending on what kind of damage those drugs have done. What I mean is that if the drugs damaged your brain …Read More »
Can one’s memory be improved (significantly) through brain exercises even if you’re middle-aged or upwards?
..Hi there, Yes most definitely, and especially as one gets more mature and wiser..Of course this also may depend as to whether there is and/or may be a chance of a possible genetic or non-genetic mental illness that “may” later cause memory loss, but even then one should not dwell …Read More »
You are referring to a complex field but simply mental fatigue which is cause by continuous mental effort or attention for a prolong period can be due to depletion of neurotransmitters, enzymes, and hormones, glutamate, glucose. Most people can recover but in Alzheimer’s patients rigorous mental exercise can increase the …Read More »