Morpheme Bacopa (Brahmi) Caps
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Brahmi is a well known herb for brain cells and nerves. Morpheme Brahmi capsules contains the pure extract of the herb.
How to use:
Morpheme Brahmi capsules come in a package of 60 veggie capsules. The recommended dose for adults is 1 to 2 capsules two times a day. Children can take 1 capsule two times a day. The pills have to be taken with milk.
How Brahmi is Useful?
Studies have been conducted to investigate the ability of Bacopa Monnieri to maintain dopaminergic neuronal death, which is usually seen in Parkinson’s disease. It has shown to decrease HSP70 expression (bio-marker of stress) in reaction to stress in all regions of the brain, but most notably in the hippocampus.
According to Ayurvedic Scholars, the herb is quite effective in managing the learning ability and grasping power. Moreover, the herb is safe for everyday use and even children can use them to get the benefits of the herb. Unlike modern medications, brahmi does not have major harmful or unwanted effects.
Is it safe to take Morpheme Brahmi Capsules?
Being an herbal product, Morpheme Brahmi capsules are safe in nature. Taking Bacopa Capsules will not lead to any unwanted harmful side effects. The pills can be taken by both adults and children.
Can we use it every day and is there any dependence on the product?
The Morpheme Brahmi capsules are all-natural and does not contain any ingredient or component that is artificial or synthetic. Therefore, no dependency is created.
Serving size: 1 Vegicaps
Servings per container: 60
Each 500 mg capsule contains: Brahmi Extract
Each Bottle Contains: 60 Vegi Caps
Suggested Usage: 1 Capsule twice daily after meals.
|Serving Size: 1 Veg Capsule||
Amount Per Serving
% Daily Value
|Bramhi (Bacopa monnieri linn.) (Leaves) Extract||500mg.||**|
|** Daily value not established|
Causes of memory loss and cognitive impairment
Too much forgetfulness should not be overlooked. Absent-mindedness might be a sign of malfunction of the brains. Amnesia or memory loss is defined as abnormal forgetfulness. Forgetfulness becomes a matter of concern when a person fails to remember new events. At the initial stage of amnesia, one might recollect events from the distant past. However, over time, the ability to recall past memories gradually declines.
Memory loss might be temporary or permanent in nature. Permanent memory loss usually progresses gradually. At the early stage, one tends to overlook the severity of the problem by dismissing forgetfulness as a sign of casual absent-mindedness.
Different regions of the brain are associated with storing and retrieving information. Malfunction of these areas of the brain causes memory loss and cognitive impairment. The exact symptoms or nature of the problem depends upon the regions of the brain that could not perform their normal functions. Dysfunction of the cerebral cortex and the subcortical regions of the brain cause dementia.
Delay in recalling words, forgetting names and appointments, failure to recall latest events, losing things and difficulty in doing known tasks are early signs of dementia. The behavior of the person suffering from dementia changes gradually. He/she might experience mood swings, excess irritability and anger and poor judgment. The behavioral manifestation of dementia worsens over time. A person affected by dementia appears to be confused and disoriented. People suffering from dementia are unable to perform routine activities without help. The normal sleep pattern might be severely disrupted. The dementia sufferer might oversleep in the day and remain awake in the night. Hallucinations, behavioral disorders and loss of interest in the outside world aggravate the behavior problems. Permanent or irreversible dementia significantly decreases cognitive functions and movements.
Several factors are associated with memory loss and dementia. Memory problems developing from strokes, deficiency of essential nutrients, head injury, brain tumors, infections, hormonal disorders, kidney, liver and pancreas diseases or certain drugs could be reversed with proper treatments. Permanent damage to the cortical and subcortical tissues lead to irreversible conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease, vascular dementia, Parkinson’s disease, Huntington disease or Lewy body dementia.
There is a direct association between stress and dementia. Chronic stress could damage the hypothalamus and reduce the ability to recall information.
How to improve memory naturally
The risk of developing reversible dementia might be reduced by leading a healthy lifestyle. A balanced diet might supply the brain tissues the nutrition needed for maintaining their normal activities and inhibiting degeneration of brain cells. Almost 55% of our daily calorie requirement is met from carbohydrates. Most of the carbohydrates in your diet should come from whole grain foods. Besides satisfying the energy need of your body, whole grain will supply your body B vitamins such as folic acid, vitamin B6 and vitamin B12 that are needed for proper functioning of the brain. These B vitamins could stabilize cognitive function in people with mild cognitive impairment.
Omega-3 fatty acids, especially DHA, help to maintain the functioning of the nervous system. DHA is present in neurons. It protects the neurons from oxidative stress. Deficiency of these essential fats increases the risk of dementia, including, Alzheimer’s disease. These healthy fats are present in fish oil, flaxseeds and walnuts.
Antioxidants in fruits and vegetables protect the brain tissues from oxidative stress. The antioxidant compounds in berries and tomatoes help to strengthen the antioxidant defense mechanism of the brain. By reducing the risk of destruction of brain tissues owing to oxidative stress, antioxidants help to prevent short-term memory loss and dementia. To restore the normal functioning of the brain you should add foods rich in folic acid and vitamin B12 to your diet. Deficiency of these vitamins might delay the recalling function of the brain. To increase mental agility, consume vitamin C rich fruits and vegetables. Your cognitive skills could be further augmented by consuming foods packed with zinc. Consuming vitamin E rich food helps to protect the brain tissues from oxidative stress. Intake of vitamin E rich whole grain, nuts, seeds, leafy green vegetables and eggs lowers the risk of cognitive impairment.
Physical exercises are important for the overall quality of the health. Workouts boost blood circulation throughout the body. Increase in flow of oxygenated blood to the brain helps to maintain the functions of the brain tissues. Moreover, by reducing accumulation of harmful lipids in the blood, workouts reduce the risk of plaque formation in the brain arteries. Ischemia in the brain arteries increases the risk of stroke. In addition, physical exercises help to improve the activities of beneficial brain chemicals.
To preserve the normal cognitive function of the brain, you need sound sleep.
Avoid smoking and heavy drinking. Sexually transmitted diseases are often linked to dementia. Practicing safe sex might reduce the risk of cognitive impairment. It is also necessary to protect the brain from injuries. Using seatbelts while traveling by car and wearing helmet while riding on a motorcycle reduce the risk of head injuries.
Solving puzzles and playing chess are good exercises for the brain. Socializing is beneficial not only for your emotional health, but it can even boost your brain function. Interacting with other humans might help to improve your cognitive skills. Laughter is a natural stress buster that is good for your brain. Read humorous stories and watch comedies to reduce stress.