Age Related Memory Misfortune and How to Enhance Memory.

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Age Related Memory Loss & How to Improve Memory. What is memory How we remember Age related memory loss Causes of memory impairment How to prevent memory loss How to improve memory Alzheimer’s Disease NATEA Seminar March 27, 2010 Kim W. Yang. DISCLAIMER.
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Age Related Memory Loss & How to Improve Memory What is memory How we recall Age related memory misfortune Causes of memory disability How to counteract memory misfortune How to enhance memory Alzheimer\'s Disease NATEA Seminar March 27, 2010 Kim W. Yang

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DISCLAIMER The data I am providing for you today is proposed for general reference purposes as it were. It is not a substitute for expert medicinal counsel or a therapeutic exam. Continuously look for the counsel of your doctor or other qualified wellbeing proficient before beginning any new action or way of life change. Therapeutic data changes quickly keeping in mind I attempt endeavors to overhaul the substance in my discourse, some data might be obsolete. Kim W. Yang

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What is Memory? All that you recall, Information Retaining. Your Capacity for Remembering Your mind works a ton like a PC. Your mind puts data it judges to be essential into "files." When you remember something, you pull up a record. Memory doesn\'t generally work splendidly. As individuals develop more seasoned, it might take more time to recover those documents. It\'s typical to overlook things now and again. We\'ve all overlooked a name, where we put our keys, or on the off chance that we bolted the front entryway. Yet, overlooking how to utilize the phone or discover your direction home might be indications of a more significant issue

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Short Term and Long Term Memory Sensory Memory, keeps going 300 millisecond, Visual & Auditory, boundless limit Short Term Memory (1) Working Memory (2) Fleeting and Limited (7 + 2 bytes) (3) Fragile & Decaying Long Term Memory (1) Emotionally Compelling (2) Personally Meaningful (3) Virtually Unlimited

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Long Term Memory Categories Declarative or Explicit Memory: Semantic & Factual Knowledge, not bound to particular purpose of time Episodic, attached to particular time & put Non-decisive or Implicit Memory : Procedural Memory, Skill, Routines

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Long Term Memory Some long haul memory will get to be unessential, bended, blur after some time, some won\'t blur after some time. Excepting illness or harm to the mind, one can simply learn and hold something new. Human cerebrum has 100 billion neurons, every neuron could make 5,000 to 10,000 synaptic associations. We have 500 to 1,000 trillion synaptic associations. A few appraisals 10 to 10 13 bytes Library of US Congress has 32 trillion bytes.

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How We Remember? Arrange one: Acquisition Stage two: Consolidation of Declarative Memory Consolidation of Procedural Memory Stage three: Retrieval

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Human Brain

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Human Memory Map

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Reading Hearing Thinking Saying, Singing

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Synaptic Junction

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Brain and Nerves

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Monkey (L) and Human (R) Spatial Working Memory: moved upward & Rearward to serve all the more unmistakably human capacities through development

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How Memory Changes With Age? Procedural Memory dependably OK Declarative memory blurs with age, this kind of memory relies on upon hippocampus Learn all the more gradually and recover all the more gradually, more inconvenience reviewing Will power and exertion can beat this sort of memory misfortune Scientist used to think 10,000 cerebrum cells (neuron) kick the bucket each day when we age and couldn\'t re-develop. New proofs demonstrate our brains do develop new cells, particularly on the off chance that we continue utilizing our mind

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How Memory Changes With Age? ( Continued ) Neuro transmitters, for example, dopamine, acetyl-choline. Serotonine, and so forth diminished Harder to recall, harder to learn Would not hinder our capacity to recollect: 1. We can make more sensible arguments 2. We can make remedy judgment 3. Our intelligence picked up from encounters remain unscathed

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Normal Forgetting & Dementia Seven sorts of Normal Forgetting : 1. Transience 2. Absentmindedness 3. Blocking (terrible stepsisters) 4. Misattribution 5. Suggestibility 6. Bias 7. Persistence Dementia: Progressive decay, outrageous & incapacitating, for the most part harm to the hippocampus & related structure in the mind

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Mild Cognitive Impairment a bit much indication of Alzheimer\'s malady ( 81% didn\'t create to Alzheimer\'s Disease (AD)) Causes: 1. Neurological confusion Alzheimer Disease, Cerebrovascular Diseases & Stroke, Head Trauma, Infectious malady to mind 2. Qualities 3. Hormones 4. Vitamin (B 12 ) lack

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Mild Cognitive Impairment (Causes Continued) Cardiovascular Disease & its Risk Factors: Hypertension, High Cholesterol, Diabetes, Coronary vein sidestep surgery 6. Dejection 7. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder 8. Thyroid brokenness 9. Listening to Loss 10. Rest Disorders 11. Pharmaceutical 12. Way of life Factors: Alcohol,diet,lack of scholarly incitements, inactive life, absence of rest, stress, smoking, unlawful medications, dangerous presentation

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Blood Supply to Human Brain

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How to Prevent Memory Loss Exercise Keep learning Don\'t smoke Drink liquor with some restraint Healthy eating routine Vitamins: Multivitamins, C,D,E,B 6 ,B 12 , Folic Acid, Fish Oil, Olive Oil pleasant evening rest Friends Manage push Protect your head and mind, don\'t get blackout

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How to enhance memory Get sorted out (assets, arrangements, assignments, contacts, indispensable data, areas, agendas) Get Focus Repeat Ensure cognizance Make note Be persistent Spaced practice Professional memory preparing Do little errands first

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Alzheimer\'s Disease What it is? Signs & Symptoms Causes, Risks & Prevention Drug Treatments & Care

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Normal and Advance AD Brains

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Under The Microscope

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Progression Through the Brain

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New Hopes Adult creatures and human do develop new mind cells (neurons) New Medications: Ampakines, secretase inhibiters, huperzine An alithium-like medications, alzhemed, immunization, NSAIDs (Ibuprofen, naproxen, celecoxib, and so on. Undeveloped cell Transplants Gene Therapy

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Thank all of you

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Dementia Summary Alzheimer\'s Disease (AD) Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) Vascular Dementia Mixed Dementia (AD Plus) Dementia With Lewy Bodies Parkinson\'s Disease Frontotemporal Dementia Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease Huntington\'s Disease Wernicke-Korsakoff Syndrome Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus

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