In this episode, Bottom Line President Sarah Hiner plays the brain edition of word association with lead neurotherapist Dr. Andrew Hill.
Noise machines that help people sleep can improve cognitive function, too. Here’s the kind of noise machine you need.
If you’re worried about forgetfulness, don’t be too quick to diagnose yourself. Take this step to see if your hearing is the real culprit…
Common mistakes can sabotage your efforts to keep your brain fine-tuned. Take this quiz and find out what you are doing wrong.
Glucose is critical for optimal brain function—memory, focus and reasoning. Here are the best ways to get it, plus tasty recipes…
Scam artists seem to prey relentlessly—and often successfully—on the elderly. By some estimates, nearly one…
Lead Neuroscientist Explains Drug-Free Treatments for Depression, Insomnia, ADHD and Other Brain Ailments
In this episode, Bottom Line President Sarah Hiner is joined by Dr. Andrew Hill to talk about neurofeedback, which he describes as “exercise and therapy for the brain.”
Low levels of vitamin D are common in older adults and may increase the risk of cognitive problems, memory loss, Alzheimer’s disease, and depression.
Listen in as Dr. Andrew Hill joins Bottom Line CEO Sarah Hiner to discuss the inverted views of ADHD.
Brain scientists have debated how robustly older brains create new neurons. Now we know it’s common—if you do these things to protect brain power.
Looking for a fountain of youth for your brain? These “brain exercises” are scientifically proven to work.
Whether you’re learning a tennis swing or a foreign language, exercise helps your brain retain this new information.
If you struggle with depression, anxiety or even memory loss, boosting your gut health may be a big help. Read on for details…
Most people with concussions, even those who go to the ER, aren’t getting the complete care they need.
Drugs prescribed for anxiety are a quick fix, but they do nothing to truly treat the root cause. Leading naturopathic physician Dr. Jamison Starbuck knows that the root often is low hormones…or low cholesterol! It’s easy to rebalance if you know where to look. She explains her methods to diagnose and treat this debilitating condition in this edition of The Bottom Line Advocator with Bottom Line CEO Sarah Hiner.
When your teenager has a cell phone glued to his or her ear, it may be changing the brain in ways to impair memory. But you can minimize the risk.
Plenty of questions arise as a result of an Alzheimer’s diagnosis. Should you tell your loved one about his/her diagnosis?…When is the right time to put your loved one in a nursing home?…even Can a care-giving spouse date? Paula Spencer Scott, author and expert on dementia and family care, answers all those questions and many more in this edition of The Bottom Line Advocator.
Late-stage dementia is fraught with physical and emotional challenges for both patient and caregiver. In this edition of The Bottom Line Advocator, Paula Spencer Scott, author and expert on dementia and family care, helps family members navigate this painful time.
In this edition of Conversations with the Experts, Paula Spencer Scott, expert on Alzheimer’s and caregiving, explains how to identify and cope with these four personality types.
Becoming a caregiver to an ailing loved one is a life-changing task to take on, and understanding the emotions that come with it are crucial to maintaining a healthy and sustainable lifestyle. In this edition of The Bottom Line Advocator, Paula Spencer Scott discusses these emotions and, more importantly, addresses how to effectively deal with them.