At Altoida, we believe that helping you take charge of your brain health includes making knowledge about the brain and neurological diseases more accessible.
Our brain health resources cover the most common questions about neurological diseases, explaining the gut-brain connection, and more to assist you on your journey to better brain health.
Patients Ask: Does Early Menopause Cause Dementia?
Emerging research suggests women who experience the menopause transition before the age of 40 are up to 35% more likely to develop all-cause dementia.
Patients Ask: Is There a Test For Parkinson's Disease?
Currently, there is no single test for Parkinson’s disease—no brain scan or lab test (e.g. blood, CSF, and urine) can provide a definitive diagnosis.
The Correlation Between Alzheimer's and Frequent Falls
There is a direct relationship between Alzheimer’s and frequent falls—cognitive impairment contributes to an increased risk of falls and injuries.
Learning How Meditation Helps The Brain
Emerging research suggests meditation may help the brain, with benefits ranging from improved mental and behavioral health to enhanced cognitive function.
The Function of Blood-Brain Barrier and Neurological Diseases: How They Work Together
The primary function of the blood-brain barrier is to provide a protective barrier between the bloodstream and the extracellular space of the brain.
Understanding The Stages: Preclinical Alzheimer's Disease
Preclinical Alzheimer's disease begins when the first neuropathologic brain lesions show up in the brain and ends when the first clinical symptoms begin.
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