cognition Archives - Cubex
According to an international study in the Lancet, one in three cases of dementia could be prevented if more people looked after their brain health throughout life.
It is currently estimated that 47 million people are living with Dementia at the moment. By 2050, This number could reach 131 million people globally.
The study explores the lifestyle factors that play a major role in reducing the risk of dementia and examines the benefits of building a “cognitive reserve”, which means strengthening the brain’s networks so it can continue to function in later life despite damage.
By Henrietta Greene
On 22, Nov 2016 | In Yoga & Mindfulness | By Henrietta Greene
Sitting at a desk all day can wreak havoc on the body. The human skeleton, with its 206 bones, and 112 joints that facilitate movement of this structure, is literally designed to move. However finding the time, and perhaps more crucially, the energy to move more can be difficult. Start off slowly, aiming to add 10-15 minutes of extra movement into your day, throughout the week and weekend, and you may find that your energy levels start to improve. Increase the duration of your activity as you start to feel the benefit of using your body how it’s been designed to be used!!
By Rosie Williams
On 28, Oct 2016 | In Professional News | By Rosie Williams
With support from Sonova, a recent and globally unique study by the University of Zurich has been looking at the consequences of age-related hearing loss in the brain. The study has allowed neuropsychologists to visually map and measure the consequences of age-related hearing loss in the brain.
The results show that although the ageing brain requires intensive training in order to regain a better understanding of speech when using hearing instruments, an ageing brain can still relearn how to process speech. This supports the belief that hearing does not just take place in the ear, but also as a cognitive process in the brain.
By Cubex Concierge
On 15, Sep 2016 | In Yoga & Mindfulness | By Cubex Concierge
Isn’t it time you stepped out of your comfort zone?
Join Michael James Wong as we step into the unknown for a once in a lifetime experience both on and off the mat… this is NOT your typical beach yoga retreat!
What to expect
What to expect
Leave your expectations at home and join fellow yogis from around the world as we explore the power of Mother Nature, and the power within us all, as we embark on an adventure that’s both breath-making and breath-taking. Throughout the week we’ll explore the highs and the lows, the fast and the slow of the practice, the beautiful winter elements and ourselves.
Soul Circus yoga festival is about shedding the constraints and stressors of your adult life and rediscovering the world through the fresh, open eyes. It is an opportunity to learn how to integrate your mind, body and soul with guidance from some of the worlds finest teachers, including our very own Cubex yogini and mindfulness coach, Henrietta Greene.
Back by popular demand!!! Mindful Breathing for Brain Energy
Stop, Stay Still and Breathe
Learn how to harness the power of your breath with Henrietta Greene at Cubex
Monday 16th May 2016
5 spaces available
The 45 minute long mindful breathing sessions are available with our compliments
This February we hosted our first ‘BrainPower’ Yoga workshop which focused on using breath to manage the stressful symptoms experienced by those suffering with tinnitus. The event was held as part of Tinnitus Awareness Week organised by the British Tinnitus Association, aimed at raising awareness of tinnitus and the various ways of supporting those living with tinnitus.
The free taster ‘BrainPower’ Yoga workshop was guided by the highly experienced and inspiring yogini, Henrietta Greene who emphasised the importance of repeated practice of deep breathing and the need to challenge ourselves both mentally and physically for maintaining a healthy brain.
The Detox Kitchen creates delicious meals that are free from toxin, wheat, refined sugar and dairy using sustainable high quality ingredients which locally sourced. Their aim is provide tempting, pleasurable food that is full of flavour whilst being highly nutritious, well balanced and energising. Your breakfast, lunch, dinner and healthy snacks are freshly prepped by their chefs and delivered to your door while you’re asleep.
Study Shows That Hearing Aids Reduce Risk of Cognitive Decline
Validates Benefits of Hearing Technologies Designed to Minimize Cognitive Load
“Self-Reported Hearing Loss: Hearing Aids and Cognitive Decline in Elderly Adults: A 25-year Study,” just published in the Journal of the American Geriatric Society, compared the trajectory of cognitive decline among older adults who were using hearing aids and those who were not. The study found no difference in the rate of cognitive decline between the control group of people with no reported hearing loss and people with hearing loss who used hearing aids. By contrast, untreated hearing loss was significantly associated lower baseline scores on the Mini-Mental State Examination, a well-established test of cognitive function, during the 25-year follow-up period, independent of age, sex and education.
Turmeric is a member of the ginger family and can be used whole but is most commonly sold as a ground spice which resembles a fine mustard powder.
This antioxidant and powerful anti-inflammatory is used regularly to season food in India where researchers found that the risk of developing Alzheimer’s is 25 percent lower than in the U.S. In lab studies, mice that were fed curcumin (the active ingredient in turmeric) developed fewer amyloid plaques, associated with Alzheimer’s, than rats that weren’t.
More recent research published in Stem Cell Research and Therapy suggests it may boost your brain proliferation or its power to repair itself!
How to use turmeric in your diet?