Aging progresses when the brain cannot clean itself from damaged structures – so sleep well

Scientists Discover How The Brain Controls Ageing – And Manage To …

Oct 24, 2017 – The team even managed to slow down and speed up the ageing process by transplanting or deleting stem cells in the region. Ageing poses an important challenge … This almond-sized structure at the center of the brain links the nervous and endocrine (hormone) systems. The hypothalamus helps regulate …

Ageing and the brain – NCBI – NIH

by R Peters – ‎2006 – ‎Cited by 234 – ‎Related articles

Biological ageing is not tied absolutely to chronological ageing and it may be possible to slow biological ageing and even reduce the possibility of suffering from age … Because of the individual differences seen in brain development and ageing mapping structure to function and change because of ageing is a complex task, …

Missing: effectively ‎catabolized

You’re Getting Dumber as You Age: Here’s How to Slow the Decline …

Feb 3, 2012 – Aging alone causes us to lose brain cells and mental processing speed, but there are several other causes that you have more control over. … However, just because that is no structural damage, this doesn’t mean that a concussion should be taken lightly. What’s more, concussions and other head injuries …

Nutrition for the ageing brain: Towards evidence for an optimal diet …

by D Vauzour – ‎2017 – ‎Cited by 14 – ‎Related articles

The precise cause of the neuronal degeneration underlying these disorders, and indeed normal brain ageing remains however elusive. …. This complex cascade of pathological events continues throughout the course of AD, leading to an accumulation of structural and functional cerebral damages causing the typical …

Dopamine – Wikipedia

Dopamine is an organic chemical of the catecholamine and phenethylamine families that plays several important roles in the brain and body. It is an amine synthesized by removing a carboxyl group from a molecule of its precursor chemical L-DOPA, which is synthesized in the brain and kidneys. Dopamine is also …

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Can physical exercise in old age improve memory and hippocampal …

by E Duzel – ‎2016 – ‎Cited by 64 – ‎Related articles

Feb 11, 2016 – It remains unclear whether exercise slows the trajectory of normal ageing by modifying vascular and metabolic risk factors and/or consistently boosts brain function by inducing structural and neurochemical changes in the hippocampus and related medial temporal lobe circuitry—brain areas that are …

Metabolomics of Human Brain Aging and Age-Related …

by M Jové – ‎2014 – ‎Cited by 78 – ‎Related articles

aging and certain age-related neurodegenerative diseases such as ….. successfully for targeted metabolomics to analyze changes in ….. damage. This susceptibility, defined as the ease with which macromolecules endure oxidative injury, is intrinsically linked to the specific structure or chemical composition of carbohy-.

Nutrition, Brain Aging, and Neurodegeneration | Journal of …

by J Joseph – ‎2009 – ‎Cited by 198 – ‎Related articles

Oct 14, 2009 – Applying molecular biological approaches to slow aging in the human condition may be years away. So, it is important to ….. parts of this summary. This view provides further support for the potential for effective nutritional interventions to attenuate brain aging, neurodegeneration, and functional declines.

Acetyl-l-Carnitine – Anti-Aging for Brain Cells & Metabolism – Wellness …

Acetyl-l-Carnitine is a special nutrient that can positively influence brain health, stress tolerance, and metabolism – especially of fat; it offers superior protection from stress and excitotoxic damage. … Interestingly, ALC even helps insulin work better so that sugar can be more effectively metabolized, even in type 2 diabetics.

Frontiers | In vivo Differential Brain Clearance and Catabolism of …

by FL McIntee – ‎2016 – ‎Cited by 8 – ‎Related articles

Sep 7, 2016 – Emerging new data suggest that reduced Aβ clearance, particularly in the aging brain, plays a critical role in the process of amyloid formation and AD … altering synaptic structure (Whalen et al., 2005), reducing efficacy of synapses and causing synaptic loss (Walsh et al., 2002; Haass and Selkoe, 2007; ..

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