• June 5, 2023

An unexpected event? The brain responds like this

How does the brain respond when faced with an unexpected event? With a rush of norepinephrine, according to a study by MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology). It is a neuromodulator (like dopamine and serotonin), produced in a deep structure of the brain: the locus coeruleus. Norepinephrine can affect large areas of the brain as well,…

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Dementia, seven rules to prevent it

These are the simple and usual good practices, but remembering them does not hurt. Because they can really, among other things, play a decisive role in preventing the onset of dementia in old age, even in the presence of genetic risk factors. The so-called “Simple 7”, as the American Heart Association defined them, are the…

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