Brain Health

Brain Health

The brain is one of our most complicated organs. Discover how a healthy diet and lifestyle can help maintain brain health. Working memory is believed to decrease by roughly 10 percent per decade after the age of 40. Beneficial supplements, such as spearmint extract, have been shown in clinical studies to help support your memory. Lifestyle, relationships and diet also play key roles in maintaining optimal brain health.

General Brain Health

A healthy diet, exercise, restful sleep, personal relationships and mental challenges all contribute to brain health.

Brain Health Information & Research

  1.  How can pregnenolone support a healthy brain?

    Pregnenolone is a neurohormone that acts as a precursor to other hormones and promotes nerve cell growth. Pregnenolone has numerous roles, from supporting memory via excitatory pathways to helping maintain a healthy mood. Pregnenolone may play a role in maintaining memory health by protecting the nerve networks involved in their storage.

  2.  How can I support my short term memory?

    You can challenge your short-term memory with “brain training” techniques: memory games that may help your brain process and recall certain types of information in the short term. However, it’s not entirely clear how far this support extends beyond the specific tasks you practice.

  3.  Which supplements and vitamins support brain health?

    While any supplement that benefits whole-body health will have supportive effects on brain health, studies have demonstrated benefits for a variety of specific nutrients in the brain and cognition. Choline (including CDP choline), Huperzine A, phosphatidylserine, magnesium L-threonate, lithium orotate, acetyl-L-carnitine, ashwagandha, blueberry extract, Ginkgo biloba, vinpocetine and the hormone pregnenolone are among the supplements available that are supportive of the brain and healthy cognition.

Brain Health

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