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The article Magnesium transport across the blood-brain barriers (2011) from NIH.gov books says: Magnesium is able to cross the BBB [blood-brain barrier]... It is not the ScienceDirect article you linked in the question, but ScienceDaily article that mentions that magnesium-L-threonate...effectively crosses the blood-brain barrier The article mentions ...


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You can use pictures of the patients family with captions saying who they are and their relationship to the individual. If they are still able (but forgetful) in the kitchen put pictures on the cupboard fronts to show what is in them. If they can't get the right order of a task e.g puts water in the teacup and then switches on the kettle. Try putting ...


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In short, to improve your ability to remember what you did yesterday or today just start by making a conscious effort to recall it on a daily basis. A simple example would to take some notes about what you did that day each day. e.g. after work keep a log of what happened during they day, lunch meetings, etc, what you did, who said what. People who seem ...


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In addition to Narusan's comment on exercise, it's important to consider diet too. Sometimes a lack of concentration and mental alertness can result from lower-than-usual energy levels, which can in turn be caused by poor dietary choices. NHS Choices stresses that eating well (as in a healthy, balanced diet) is preferable to taking supplements when trying ...


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Outdoor physical aerobic exercise did it for me. Walking and especially running. In just a few weeks I had a completely different brain (so it seemed). Get some advice from a sports physician first, it'll save your body and make the experience much more fun.


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