Monday, November 28, 2011

The benefits of pool

The benefits of pool

Billiards ... It is difficult to find another such game anywhere so to diversify would appear physical and mental capacities player.

In a game of billiards people constantly moving. During one party player can wind up in total around the table, two - three miles, and even more. In fact, playing in the pool - this is long (from one hour up to ...) useful walk without leaving the premises.

Known is the fact that even in pre-revolutionary times many inactive and apathetic doctors advised patients to play billiards, snooker for them was a great way to support reasonable physical condition.

On top, the game of billiards improves eye, sharpens the player coordinate his movements.

In humans who plays billiards, eyes are rests and restores his sight.
The game of billiards triggers active ocular muscles, this phenomenon has some similarity with movement exercises for the eyes, which favorably affect the visual acuity. All of that while playing your eyes have to constantly keep track of the same balls at different distances, among other things, the position of the balls are constantly changing ... Note that most of the professional pool players, even in middle age have excellent vision.

Billiards helps to become more balanced, it teaches players to be patient and cold reason, in other words helping people to acquire a number of qualities he needed in everyday life.

Billiards produces in human the will to win, but at the same time learn to accept defeat with dignity, do not despair and do not lose faith in yourself.

We must not forget that the game of billiards is also a great holiday. Starting to play pool in a few minutes to remove the accumulated stress. Playing human almost completely forget about the daily minutiae and the whole is immersed in the exciting action.

Play Pool and Be Healthy!

Some diets may help prevent Alzheimer's disease

Some diets may help prevent Alzheimer's disease, others may increase the risk and according to some studies antioxidant vitamins may be ineffective in the treatment of diseases associated with clouding of the mind.
Some diets that aim to strengthen the heart muscle, also increase the risk of getting Alzheimer's disease ..

Scientists from Columbia University have shown that the use of antioxidants completely ineffective in preventing the disease, tend to think that vitamins do not work on older people, because they are less susceptible to their action, and action is of short duration.
This was stated by Dr. Jose Lachsinger Columbia University.

Another study on the effect of fat on the heart and the brain was conducted by Dr. Martha Clare Morris of Chicago Medical Center, Presbyterian St. Luke's. The study involved 815 volunteers aged 65 and older. All were interviewed about diet and eating habits. The subsequent four years later tests showed that in 131 of the test developed Alzheimer's disease.

People who used the saturated fats in large amounts (products of animal origin such as meat, butter) doubled the risk of Alzheimer's disease compared with those who almost never ate food with saturated fats. This risk is particularly increased in those who ate more than 25 grams of saturated fat daily. For comparison, one tablespoon of butter - 7 grams. Those who ate less than 25 grams have a smaller but still significant risk of developing Alzheimer's disease.

Patients who consumed 14.5 grams of polyunsaturated fat daily (polyunsaturated fats found in vegetables, fish and nuts) reduced the risk by 70%, compared with those who ate little of these fats.

Dr. Morris believes that the Diet is the regular consumation of toast with margarine with polyunsaturated fats, peanut butter, nuts and canola salad dressing. The discovery of researchers is that they proved that the products that increase the risk of cardiovascular disease, also increase the risk of Alzheimer's disease.

Study about the effect of antioxidants was carried out in New York. 980 patients aged over 75 also interviewed about their food parcels during the first year of a four-year study.
After research on Alzheimer's disease diagnosed 242 patients. The subjects consumed a variety of foods rich in antioxidants, such as oranges, corn oil margarine on, and carrots. Some take vitamin supplements, but the absence or lack of antioxidants in the diet had no relation to the development of the risk of Alzheimer's disease.

Antioxidants block the effect of oxygen molecules called free radicals that damage cells. But their action does not preclude the possibility of Alzheimer's disease.

Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Means of preventing Alzheimer's disease

A group of scientists from the University of Minnesota Medical School, "Mount Sinai" (USA) discovered that isolated from grape seed polyphenols are capable of lowering the content in the brain of a substance called "beta-peptide amilodny Aβ». Its toxic effects on brain cells is the reason of memory loss in Alzheimer's disease.

Now the researchers plan to find a biomarker that will enable patients to determine a high probability of developing Alzheimer's disease. This would allow for early prevention of severe illness, even when the symptoms are absent or mild.

7 possible signs of Alzheimer's disease

-Specifies the same questions over and over again.
- Repeats the same story word for word, again and again.
- Forget how to cook, to fix anything, or those activities that were previously carried out easily and regularly.
- Loses the ability to pay bills.
- Disoriented in familiar surroundings or arranges household items not in their places.
- Neglects taking a bath or constantly wears the same clothes one and insists that he washed his clothes, or even clean.
- Shifts to someone else, such as a spouse, the responsibilities to make decisions or answer questions despite the fact that before doing this myself.