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12 resultados para 'cognitive'

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17:17

LifeStyle

Keep your brain in shape now, avoid problems in the future

RAQUEL MERINO

...who have already suffered a neurological illness," said Dr Portilla. "Also, activities which encourage cognitive stimulation like reading, dancing, talking, going to cultural events and other types of social activity also increase the resistance of

16:33

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"We go to bed with someone as if we were about to sit an exam"

Ángel Escalera

...incentive memory. Your mother caresses you, your father caresses you. Your parents speak to you in a certain way and look at you in a specific way. All this is accumulated in the memory in the long term. With cognitive and hormonal development, we have ... attachment. You talk of attachment, but there is the fact that men would like to be with several women at the same time. That is an acquired incentive memory, among other reasons because of pornography. It is a cognitive distorsion which has been ... compliant. I fear that we are heading down that path. What influence does religious education have on sexuality? The people with the greatest desire are agnostics. Among Christians, it is the non-practising catholics. The cognitive part shuts down if sex

14:56

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Juan Diego, the paralysed boy who gets his village moving

FERNANDO TORRES

...different motor and physical therapies which can improve the patient's quality of life. Effects. Hemiparesis produces different effects in people, from motor to cognitive and intellectual disorders. They consulted various pediatricians, but nobody could ... effects, ranging from motor to cognitive, but intellectually he has not been affected and has developed normally. In fact, his father says he is exceptionally mature for his age as a result of his condition: "He knows what is happening to him and makes

12:06

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Life-saving microbes

SUR

...rehabilitation and, from a cognitive point of view, she's OK. We keep on fighting. Everything costs money, because these therapies are only available from private centres," says Celia. Transplant or transfer In the strictest sense, FMTs are not 'transplants'

12:02

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The purpose built village which will be a home for Alzheimer's patients

IRMA CUESTA world alzheimer's day

...the evolution of patients who are treated in conventional centres". In Spain, professionals such as Pascual Sánchez Juan, director of the Cognitive Deterioration Unit at the Valdecilla hospital in Santander, think the idea is fantastic. "It is the

11:12

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Football to combat Alzheimer's

ISAAC ASENJO

Silvia Sánchez, who explains that the therapies “work on episodic and biographical memory, taking them back to those times. Something as trivial as football is used to work on very important cognitive abilities and to develop social skills between the

11:29

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The steps of the lost

INÉS GALLASTEGUI

...be able to go out and follow their normal routines without constant supervision. Cristóbal Carnero, the head of Cognitive Neurology at the Virgen de las Nieves hospital in Granada, says that problems in identifying places and orienting themselves ... 'their' home, which is nearly always somewhere they have lived in the past or may even be their childhood home,” explains Guillermo García Ribas, the head of the Cognitive Deterioration Unit at the Ramón y Cajal hospital in Madrid. Sometimes they have