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Through these efforts to partner with Cogstate to develop and make widely available the CBB as a digital tool for self-assessment of cognition more easily in Japan where aging is progressing and to raise awareness of cognitive function, Eisai aims to contribute to the realization of well-being.
The present study examined the effect of performing a single bout of repeated-sprint training in both normoxia (RSN) and hypoxia (RSH) on cognitive function in amateur team-sport athletes.
"Previously, we demonstrated an improvement and stabilization of cognitive functions in people with mild dementia and depression for periods of up to 6 years by using pen and paper tests," Dr.
Future studies must examine whether cortical/subcortical cognitive functions are improved with medicine in PDD.
Further studies are required to better understand this better as are longer term CARDIA follow ups to identify and assess the ongoing effects of B vitamin intake and cognitive function.
Exclusion criteria: 1) having organic brain diseases or other major somatic diseases, which could cause cognitive impairment or inability to participate in this study, 2) in the prior month to this study, had taken medications/drugs that could affect brain cognitive function or reaction rate.
The impact of sustained engagement on cognitive function in older adults: The synapse project.
The aim of the present study was to assess possible changes in cognitive function after a 20-minute diving session.
Higher visit-to-visit variability in the top number in a blood pressure reading (systolic blood pressure) was associated with a faster decline of cognitive function and verbal memory, the findings showed.
Psychologists, psychiatrists, biochemists, and other clinicians and researchers from around the world provide 28 chapters on the role of diet and exercise in cognitive function and age-related neurological diseases.
In terms of cognitive function, at the beginning of the study 49.5% of the participants were cognitively normal, 32.7% were mildly cognitively impaired and 17.5% had dementia.
The results of the present study demonstrate that melatonin, as compared with placebo, improved both cognitive function and sleep efficiency in patients with Alzheimer's disease.

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