spatial memory

Teen Binge Drinking Affects Memory


The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism defines binge drinking as ‘a pattern of drinking that brings a person’s blood alcohol concentration (BAC) to 0.08 grams percent or above.’ It is the common form of alcohol abuse in the United States today. Although drinking is on the decline in teens today, underage binge drinking [...]

Teen Binge Drinking Affects Memory2016-10-22T09:06:48+00:00

How to Cross Train Your Brain


Brain exercises is good for keeping your mental faculty sharp. You should start by sorting the exercises according to which brain hemisphere you're toning. For most people, left-brain functions include logical analysis (reasoning), drawing, conclusions), information sequencing (making lists, organizing thoughts), language and speech, reading and writing, counting and mathematics, and symbol recognition. The right hemisphere gets involved in spatial tasks such as reading maps, staying oriented and finding our way, as well as in artistic and musical abilities, face recognition, depth perception, dreaming, emotional perception and sense of humor. In left-handed people, these hemispheric functions are reversed.

How to Cross Train Your Brain2016-10-22T08:53:06+00:00