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Memory Loss Common after Cancer Treatment
 
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KABC News: Dr. Patricia Ganz talks about a study at UCLA's Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center for breast cancer survivors who suffer from "chemo brain" or cognitive problems post treatment.
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Chemo brain after cancer treatment - Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
 
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"Chemo brain" and "chemo fog" describe memory problems cancer survivors experience after treatment. Learn strategies for dealing with these problems from Dr. Mary-Ellen Meadows of Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston. More: http://www.dana-farber.org/pat/surviving/adult-onset/living-well/6-cognitive-changes/
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Post-surgery memory loss may be reversible
 
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Memory loss caused by inflammation in the brain may be treatable and reversible, a new study has found. In this video, Sunnybrook's Dr. Beverley Orser explains post-surgery memory loss. Read more: http://sunnybrook.ca/media/item.asp?c=1&i=836
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Memory issues after chemotherapy?
 
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Cognitive Changes in Patients with Brain Tumors -- Sloan-Kettering
 
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Cognitive (thinking) difficulties are very common in patients with brain cancer. Depending on the location of the tumor, patients may experience problems with attention, organizational skills, memory, or language that often worsen after treatment with radiation or chemotherapy, reports neuropsychologist Denise Correa of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Cognitive rehabilitation can help patients learn to compensate for these difficulties in their everyday lives. For more information, please visit http://www.mskcc.org/braintumors Learn about MSK: https://www.mskcc.org CONNECT WITH MSK Facebook: http://facebook.com/sloankettering Twitter: http://twitter.com/sloan_kettering Instagram: http://instagram.com/sloankettering Request an appointment at MSK by calling 800-525-2225 or online at: https://www.mskcc.org/appointments/request-appointment
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Life After Cancer - Cramps and Memory Loss
 
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Nataliya, a 43-year old stage 3 breast cancer survivor and mom to a 17-year old, shares her tips on how to get rid of cramps and memory loss. Instagram @lifeaftercancer8 for recipes. This is a new channel.
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Cognitive Effects of Cancer Treatment: Chemobrain and how to Treat It
 
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Learn how to manage chemobrain in this video: Cognitive Effects of Cancer Treatment: Chemobrain and How to Treat It. Neuropsychologist Dr. David Sabsevitz will discuss: • Cognition • What is chemo-brain, possible mechanisms • Bone marrow transplant and cognition • Other factors than can cause cognitive symptoms in cancer patients • Diagnosis and work-up/neropsychological exam • Treatment of chemo-brain • Optimizing memory & attention • Cognitive rehabilitation therapy • Adapting with lifestyle changes • Treatment of emotional factors • Brain games • Medication that can help This video is a recording of the workshop conducted at the 2017 Celebrating a Second Chance at Life Survivorship Symposium. It is a 30-minute presentation followed by a 30-minute Q & A session.
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Memory Issues and Cancer Treatment
 
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Memory Issues and Cancer Treatment
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NHSGGC - 3: Memory changes after cancer treatment
 
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This video includes information on: - What is memory? - What are some of the problems with memory you can experience after cancer treatment? - What can help? Description of coping strategies
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Cancer - Memory Issues with Cancer Treatment  Chemo Brain
 
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Cancer - Memory Issues with Cancer Treatment Chemo Brain
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Waking Up After Brain Surgery!
 
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Migraine, sleep deprevation, memory loss, depression treatment with Hijama Part 2
 
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Mr Shankar Reddy had blockage in brain due to which he had migraine, sleep deprevation, memory loss and depression. He went to local hospitals and CMC Vellore but couldn't get much help. Later Mr D N Shukla performed Hijama therapy. Before therapy pulse rate was as high as 125 and afterwards it was normal around 90. He was relieved in other symptoms. For more details contact : D N Shukla Mob number : 9893290350 Clinic : Adhunik Cupping Centre, shop #141, Chauhan Plaza, Bhilai, Chhattisgarh
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Cognitive Effects of Cancer Treatment  Chemobrain and How to Treat it
 
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April 2016 Celebrating a Second Chance at Life Survivorship Symposium. Workshop: Cognitive Effects of Cancer Treatment: Chemobrain and How to Treat It Speaker: David Sabsevitz PhD, ABPP, Medical College of Wisconsin Run time: 30 minutes presentation & 30 min Q & A.
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Common Cognitive Problems Following Cancer Treatment
 
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Behavioral psychologist Timothy Ahles says many cancer patients have problems with memory, multitasking, and learning after cancer treatment.
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Coping With Memory Loss and Cancer
 
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Medical Edge: Breast cancer memory loss
 
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CINCINNATI (Liz Bonis) -- You may recall Local 12 News reported about a seminar for cancer and memory loss in September 2015. A young breast cancer survivor shared her story. She had a side effect and doctors at the UC Cancer Institute said more women need to know about it. Lisa Elliott said it was the little things she values more than ever right now. Not just going shopping again but actually remembering all the items on her shopping list. Just a few years ago Lisa was diagnosed December 2010 at age 29, I had taken off my bra one day and I saw a little bit of blood, and I thought, Oh, I must have had a bug bite that I scratched? It turned out she had breast cancer. After surgery, radiation and the medication for prevention, Tamoxifen, she did hear from health care providers about a lot of the expected side effects. But one of the things that they didn't talk about was a sort of foggy brain feeling. And she started noticing that. Her foggy brain however turned into a whole lot more, My friends would tease me. I would start to tell them a story and they would say, You just told me this yesterday! Full blown short and long-term memory loss, Dr. Luke Pater, a radiation oncologist, said his team has been looking into the after effect for years, It's seen with a lot of different therapy but most of the studies have resided with breast cancer and with patients with brain tumors. He said the treatments can definitely impact memory; sometimes short term and sometimes long term or even that foggy thinking. The good news is that it means that research shows patients are living longer. Lisa Elliott said people should consider these things and she wants other survivors to know the side effect is real. It doesn't make you feel better because you still forget things. But it makes you feel better that you are not crazy and it's important for me to share my story or experiences so other people don't feel like they are the only ones, said Lisa. Follow Liz Bonis on Twitter @lbonis1, and LIKE her on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter @Local12 and LIKE us on Facebook for updates!
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Fatigue and memory loss for patients with brain metastases
 
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Specialist Allied Health Professional Sara Robson presents fatigue and memory loss and techniques to manage them for patients with brain metastases
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Study Suggests Chemotherapy May Have Long-Lasting Effects On Children's Memory
 
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According to a new study, childhood cancer survivors who underwent chemotherapy treatments may develop certain types of thinking and memory problems as young adults. Belgian researchers assessed 31 young adults who had undergone chemotherapy at an average age of 6 years old, compared to a control group who had never received chemotherapy. Both groups had similar scores on tests of long-term memory and ability to concentrate, however the cancer survivors showed poorer thinking flexibility and short-term memory. Researchers explained that these skills develop at a later age. Iris Elens, a psychiatrist in training, said, "With early coaching aimed at the most relevant functions we can prevent problems that would otherwise manifest 10 to 15 years after the treatment." http://www.upi.com/Health_News/2017/06/20/Chemotherapy-in-childhood-may-leave-long-lasting-effects-on-memory/2471497967696/ http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit News using http://wochit.com
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Reclaim Your Memory Following Chemotherapy with Neurofeedback
 
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Dr. Sherri Zaffrin explaining how Braincore Neurofeedback Therapy can help cancer survivors reclaim memory loss, often referred to as "Chemo Brain", that results from chemotherapy. At Gilda's Club Delaware Valley/Cancer Support Community of Greater Philadelphia.
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Chemo Brain: 10 Things Cancer Survivors Want You To Know
 
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Chemo Brain, or Chemo Fog, is an increasingly common experience among cancer patients and survivors. It can begin at any time during chemotherapy, even several years after treatment has ended, and last for an indefinite amount of time. Patients who received radiation therapy have also sympathized with the symptoms associated with Chemo Brain. The cancer community has repeatedly spoken up about suffering from this phenomena, but there are still doctors, friends and family who write them off. No offense to those disbelievers, but we agree to disagree with you. Chemo brain is real. #chemobrain #ChemoBrainIsReal #chemofog #screwcancer #cancersucks
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Chemo Brain/ Memory Loss
 
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I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)
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Ask the Experts - Coping with Pain, Fatigue and Chemo-Brain from Cancer Treatment
 
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Learn how to handle the pain and fatigue resulting from cancer treatment. Symptoms and causes of chemo-brain, including memory loss or difficulty concentrating, and improving brain function will also be discussed. Presenters: Finly Zachariah, M.D. Denice Economou, R.N., M.N., C.N.S., A.O.C.N., C.H.P.N. ###################### Learn more about City of Hope's Ask the Experts community lecture series: http://cityofhope.org/AskTheExperts ###################### CONNECT WITH CITY OF HOPE http://www.facebook.com/cityofhope http://www.twitter.com/cityofhope http://www.causes.com/cityofhope and more at http://www.cityofhope.org/getsocial ABOUT CITY OF HOPE City of Hope is a leading medical research, treatment and education center dedicated to preventing, treating and curing cancer, diabetes, HIV/AIDS and other life-threatening diseases. Our mission is to quickly turn research ideas into cures that help save patients' lives all over the world. Learn more at http://www.cityofhope.org.
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Who Has Short-term Memory Loss
 
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Date: 3-04-2014 - Day 16 of treatment for a Grade 4 Astrocytoma also called a Glioblastoma Multiforme. Today was day 11 of Radiation Therapy and Alicia is coming to terms with some short-term memory loss. We have a little singing solo and we continue to transition to our new normal life. Alicia is sporting a new hairstyle as we continue to sort out what hair is staying and what hair is going. Please subscribe to follow us on our journey to beating this brain tumor
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Could I have CANCER? MEMORY LOSS? BONE LOSS? Part 1
 
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In this video I will talk about what is causing this, and asking for your help! Music by Jason Easter (JEBEATZZ)Website: https://m.soundcloud.com/jebeatzzGo check him out on Soundcloud If you are a company that would like for me to review your products contact me at: latrisha.easter@gmail.com
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Chemobrain is Common in Breast Cancer Patients Treated with Chemotherapy - Mac and PC.flv
 
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A study out of Singapore, published in Annals of Oncology in March of 2012, showed that breast cancer patients treated with chemotherapy had symptoms of chemobrain manifested by memory loss, difficulty in decision making and speech problems. Patients were generally not aware they had symptoms because they attributed them to fatigue, anxiety, and mood changes related to the physical side effects of chemotherapy. They were unable to fulfill their duties as mothers and wives because of their cognitive defects. Chemotherapy is overused in this country in both people with mild disease that don't really benefit much from treatment and those who are stage 4 and only respond between 2-3% of the time. It is interesting that oncologists generally don't take the same aggressive treatment themselves that they recommend to their patients. Take Dr. Saputo's Breast Cancer Health Assessment Once you have breast cancer you need to know the best strategies to slow down or reverse its growth. In Dr. Saputo's Breast Cancer Health Assessment we will ask you about the type of breast cancer you have, what treatment you've considered or completed, whether or not you're interested in CAM approaches to treatment, and important lifestyle factors that could have an impact on how your cancer will affect you. You will immediately be emailed back audios and videos Dr. Saputo believes will guide you to information that can help you manage your cancer and support the body's immune defenses. There is a lot we can do to prevent activating cancer genes and to protect us from developing breast cancer. Most breast cancers are epigenetic, not genetic! http://doctorsaputo.com/a/breast-cancer-health-assessment
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Chemobrain 1
 
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This is a presentation by Dr. Christine Korol of the Alberta Cancer Board about the cognitive changes that can occur during cancer treatment.
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NHSGGC - Cancer-related cognitive changes (chemobrain)
 
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The Transforming Care after Treatment (TCAT) Cognitive Rehabilitation project which provides support for individuals presenting with memory and concentration changes after cancer treatment has been running since 2016 and is due to finish by early 2018. People often refer to these difficulties as 'chemo brain' - a common side effect of cancer treatment. In addition to delivering group cognitive rehabilitation programmes, the project also aims to raise awareness of cancer-related cognitive changes among health and social care professionals. As part of its work, the project has created self-help materials for people coping with concentration and memory problems following cancer treatment. The self-help materials include both this video and information booklets. The video aims to provide information on cancer-related cognitive changes and how this may affect you. Two participants from the group programmes have generously given their time to speak about their experiences and these accounts are included within the video.
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Can brain cancer affect memory loss, and what can be done to help?
 
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This is the reply to the "Ask The Expert" question, "My niece had brain cancer she is in remission but has memory loss that effects her every day life, I was wondering if you could advise me where to take her for help she's 23. " Video response by Michelle Papka, Ph. D. from The Cognitive and Research Center of New Jersey (http://thecrcnj.com/)
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Health Alert: Free seminar regarding cancer and memory loss
 
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CINCINNATI (Liz Bonis) -- People can get free help for better brain power over the weekend. It's not uncommon after cancer to experience what's called chemo brain. But more research showed that many people have that after other therapies too and after many types of cancer. The program was put on by the UC Cancer Institute and the UC Neuroscience Institute to help patients learn more about prevention and treatment of the complication. The program was presented by a number of providers including Dr. Luke Pater. He showed Local 12 images how they hope to minimize after effects of cancer therapy, especially memory loss. There were likely lifestyle changes that can make a difference for patients before, during and after treatment that they may want to learn about. And even medications or other types of brain stimulation that might help people get back on track if they have had memory loss after cancer. Dr. Pater said, The fear is just like anything, like any muscle in the body. If you don't use it or lose it and the thought is if stimulate the brain you can continue the circuits and try to prevent the thought process issues from every developing. The free program will take place Saturday, Sept. 12, at the Kingsgate Marriott on Goodman right near the UC campus. It's from 8 a.m. to noon and will include breakfast. CLICK HERE to pre-register or call 513-558-1530. Follow Liz Bonis on Twitter @lbonis1, and LIKE her on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter @Local12 and LIKE us on Facebook for updates!
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Role of Stem Cells on Cognitive Dysfunction after Cancer Therapy
 
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You'd think getting a cancer diagnosis and the subsequent chemo and/or radiation therapy is traumatic enough. But many people receiving cancer therapy also suffer from so-called chemobrain, a condition marked by troubles with memory, attention/concentration, calculations, fine motor skills and other deficits. In this video CIRM grantee and Stanford professor Michelle Monje describes how damage to brain stem cells plays a significance role in this disorder but may also provide new strategies to halt or repair cognitive functions.
Cancer, Depression and Memory Loss - Vitamin B 12 Deficiency
 
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Dr. Peter Osborne. Vitamin B-12 deficiency is linked to several health issues. Anemia, depression, nerve damage, memory issues, and much more. The two most common symptoms linked to B-12 deficiency are depression and fatigue. Serum vitamin B-12 levels is not a good indicator for vitamin B12 deficiency. Functional medicine doctors typically evaluate vitamin B-12 using more advanced lab testing. https://www.glutenfreesociety.org/sho...
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Coping with 'chemo brain'
 
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Many women who undergo chemotherapy for breast cancer describe unsettling changes to the memory and concentration. Researchers at the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center say this phenomenon is very real, and have even given it a name: Chemo brain.
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Experiencing Chemo Brain During Cancer Treatment
 
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Going through chemotherapy treatment, cancer patients may experience various side effects such as chemo brain, which may cause some mental cloudiness, such as short-term memory loss. Visit https://www.lightersideofcancer.com/ to find more information on cancer, including personal stories and new cancer treatment information.
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Memory Loss The Best Treatment Options
 
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This Video Has Memory Loss The Best Treatment Options
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What Are Safe & Effective Chemo Brain Remedies? Chemo brain, Brain Fog, Memory loss
 
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IF you have had chemotherapy side effects that included - brain fog, memory loss, or just can't seem to remember what you were going to say next...this ones' for you. And don't forget, adding Ozone Therapy to your program speeds up healing!
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Chemotherapy: What is Chemo Brain?
 
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Many people experience "chemo brain" during cancer treatment which includes problems with memory and concentration. Hear from patients and get tips for dealing with common cognitive issues. Check out the full series on chemotherapy to better understand your treatment and get empowered, and learn more about Banner Health at https://www.bannerhealth.com.
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Improving the Mental Health of Cancer Survivors: Post-Treatment Neurocognitive Challenges
 
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“Chemo brain” is a phrase often used to refer to cognitive impairments like problems with learning, language, concentration, and memory during and after cancer treatment. Amelia Ballard, a cancer survivor, discusses how she was affected by some of these side effects of cancer treatment with Dr. Lynne Padgett, a clinical health psychologist. Comments on this video are allowed in accordance with our comment policy: http://www.cdc.gov/SocialMedia/Tools/CommentPolicy.html This video can also be viewed at https://www.cdc.gov/cancer/videos/survivors/mental-health-survivorship/Post-Treatment-Neurocognitive-Challenges/Post-Treatment-Neurocognitive-Challenges-LowRes.wmv
Can Radiotherapy Cause Dementia?
 
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Your Brain on Chemo
 
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This is YOUR brain on CHEMO by Jim Galvanek (DayZerotoIronman.org) Hi my name is Jim Galvanek and I am an 11 year leukemia survivor. This is your brain and this is your brain on chemo. Today the LLS is funding doctors who are doing genetically targeted research that will eventually lead to the elimination of harmful treatments such as chemotherapy and radiation. They are doing this by targeted therapies that isolate and attack cancer molecules and killing them and sparing the healthy cells with fewer to no side effects. As an unrelated bone marrow transplant survivor of leukemia, I am participating in the Wisconsin Ironman to raise money for this life saving research, so no one has to go thru the intense treatment I have endured. Please help me by Funding the Cure with a donation at www.DayZerotoIronman.org (DZIM) which will benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Chemo Brain (from www.cancer.org) For many years cancer survivors have worried about, joked about, and been frustrated with the mental cloudiness they notice before, during, and after chemotherapy. We don't know its exact cause, but this mental fog is commonly called chemo brain. Patients have noticed chemo brain for some time, but only recently have studies been done that could start to explain it. Research has shown that some cancer drugs can, indeed, cause changes in the brain. Imaging tests have shown that in some patients, the parts of the brain that deal with memory, planning, putting thoughts into action, monitoring thought processes and behavior, and inhibition are smaller after chemotherapy. Some people report having these symptoms even before they start treatment. Others report it even though they have not had chemotherapy. Still others notice the problem when they are getting hormonal treatments. So the term chemo brain may not be completely accurate, but it is what most people call it right now. Though the brain usually recovers over time, the sometimes vague yet distressing mental changes cancer patients notice are real, not imagined. These changes can make people unable to go back to their school, work, or social activities, or make it so that it takes a lot of mental effort to do so. They affect daily activities and need to be researched further. What is chemo brain? Here are just a few examples of what patients call chemo brain: forgetting things that they usually have no trouble recalling—memory lapses trouble concentrating—they can't focus on what they're doing trouble remembering details like names, dates, and sometimes larger events trouble multi-tasking, like answering the phone while cooking, without losing track of one of them—less ability to do more than one thing at a time taking longer to finish things—slower thinking and processing trouble remembering common words—can't finish a sentence because you can't find the right words For some people these effects happen quickly and only last a short time, while others have mild, long-term mental changes. Usually the changes that patients notice are very subtle, and others around them may not even notice any changes at all. Still, the people who have problems are well aware of the differences in their thinking. Many people do not tell their health care team about this problem until it affects their everyday life. Doctors and researchers call chemo brain "mild cognitive impairment" and define it as being unable to remember certain things and having trouble finishing certain tasks or learning new skills.
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Detect and prevent Alzheimer’s disease before memory loss | Bernard Hanseeuw | TEDxUCLouvain
 
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After 65 years old, one out of ten have Alzheimer’s disease… Even worse, one out of three have the hallmark brain lesions of Alzheimer’s. Worrisome? Indeed. However, having lesions ten to twenty years before symptom onset is a wonderful opportunity for who wants to detect this terrible affection. From 2013, the hallmark pathologies of Alzheimer’s can be detected using a PET-scan. New research avenues are thus opening, and with them, the hope of developing preventive therapies. Dr. Bernard Hanseeuw graduated as a Medical Doctor at UCLouvain in 2007. Four years later, he defended a PhD thesis on brain imaging in early Alzheimer’s detection. After his residency in Neurology, he left for Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School to train in molecular PET imaging of amyloid and tau proteins. Bernard Hanseeuw conducts research in Boston and Brussels; he aims at better understanding the pathophysiological mechanisms leading to Alzheimer’s pathology in older adults, to guide clinical trials to success. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
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The Cause Of Memory Loss | Short Memory | Dr. P. Ranganadham | TeluguOne
 
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The Human Brain Is The Central Organ Of The Human Nervous System, And With The Spinal Cord Makes Up The Central Nervous System. The Brain Consists Of The Cerebrum, The Brainstem And The Cerebellum. It Controls Most Of The Activities Of The Body, Processing, Integrating, And Coordinating The Information It Receives From The Sense Organs, And Making Decisions As To The Instructions Sent To The Rest Of The Body. The Memory Loss Causes And Its Preventions Has Said By Dr. P. Ranganadham Garu A Famous Neuro Surgeon. To Know More Follow And Subscribe Our Channel.
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Breast cancer treatment and memory
 
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A new study found d most women experience cognitive problems for up to three years after their treatment ended.
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Migraine, sleep deprevation, memory loss, depression treatment with Hijama Part 1
 
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Mr Shankar Reddy had blockage in brain due to which he had migraine, sleep deprevation, memory loss and depression. He went to local hospitals and CMC Vellore but couldn't get much help. Later Mr D N Shukla performed Hijama therapy. Before therapy pulse rate was as high as 125 and afterwards it was normal around 90. He was relieved in other symptoms. For more details contact : D N Shukla Mob number : 9893290350 Clinic : Adhunik Cupping Centre, shop #141, Chauhan Plaza, Bhilai, Chhattisgarh
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Chemo Brain Study Gives Hope to Cancer Survivor
 
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UCLA's Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center recently completed a five-week interventional study of women recently treated for breast cancer who are experiencing cognitive difficulties commonly referred to as "chemo brain." In this CBS News segment, participant Diana Franklin of Los Angeles, who underwent chemotherapy for inflammatory breast cancer in 2008 and 2009, discusses her positive experience in the study and improvements to her memory, cognitive abilities and general mental health.
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What Parts of the Brain are Affected by Chemotherapy?
 
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As Dr. Bota explains, the part of the brain that is affected by chemotherapy are the frontal lobes. They are the part of the brain that controls executive functioning, so like planning a party or trip. The other part that is affected is the hippocampus, and this is where memories are formed and stored. It's very important in Alzheimer's disease and other memory diseases.
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Medical Insight: Rehab for Cancer Treatment - Essentia Health
 
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Patients facing cancer treatments may experience lingering effects like fatigue, weakness, memory loss and pain. A new program at Essentia Health helps people dealing with these symptoms, as Essentia Health Orthopedic Oncologist Dr. Anne Normand explains in this Medical Insight segment.
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Aphasia - Memory Loss And Cerebral Disorders
 
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What are brain disorders? Your brain is your body’s control center. It’s part of the nervous system, which also includes the spinal cord and a large network of nerves and neurons. Together, the nervous system controls everything from your senses to the muscles throughout your body. When your brain is damaged, it can affect many different things, including your memory, your sensation, and even your personality. Brain disorders include any conditions or disabilities that affect your brain. This includes conditions that are caused by: illness genetics traumatic injury This is a broad category of disorders, which vary greatly in symptoms and severity. Keep reading to learn about some of the largest categories of brain disorders. TYPES What are the different types of brain disorders? Brain injuries Brain injuries are often caused by blunt trauma. Trauma can damage brain tissue, neurons, and nerves. This damage affects your brain’s ability to communicate with the rest of your body. Examples of brain injuries include: hematomas blood clots contusions, or bruising of brain tissue cerebral edema, or swelling inside the skull concussions strokes Examples of the symptoms of a brain injury include: vomiting nausea speech difficulty bleeding from the ear numbness paralysis memory loss problems with concentration Later, you may develop: high blood pressure a low heart rate pupil dilation irregular breathing Depending on the type of injury you have, treatment may include medication, rehabilitation, or brain surgery. About half of people with severe brain injuries need surgery to remove or repair damaged tissue or to relieve pressure. People with minor brain injuries may not need any treatment beyond pain medication. Many people with brain injuries need rehabilitation. This can include: physical therapy speech and language therapy psychiatry Brain tumors Sometimes, tumors form in the brain and can be very dangerous. These are called primary brain tumors. In other cases, cancer somewhere else in your body spreads to your brain. These are called secondary or metastatic brain tumors. Brain tumors can be either malignant (cancerous) or benign (noncancerous). Doctors classify brain tumors as grades 1, 2, 3, or 4. Higher numbers indicate more aggressive tumors. The cause of brain tumors is largely unknown. They can occur in people of any age. Symptoms of brain tumors depend on the size and location of the tumor. The most common symptoms of brain tumors are: headaches seizures numbness or tingling in your arms or legs nausea vomiting changes in personality difficulty with movement or balance changes in your hearing, speech, or vision The type of treatment you’ll receive depends on many different factors, such as the size of the tumor, your age, and your overall health. The main types of treatment for brain tumors are: surgery chemotherapy radiation therapy Neurodegenerative diseases Neurodegenerative diseases cause your brain and nerves to deteriorate over time. They can change your personality and cause confusion. They can also destroy your brain’s tissue and nerves. Some brain diseases, such as Alzheimer’s disease, may develop as you age. They can slowly impair your memory and thought processes. Other diseases, such as Tay-Sachs disease, are genetic and begin at an early age. Other common neurodegenerative diseases include:
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5 Hacks for coping with SHORT TERM MEMORY LOSS
 
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My Ovarian Cancer Survivor Story. These are my 5 TOP HACKS for coping with my SHORT TERM MEMORY LOSS. twittah: http://twitter.com/cindytaffel instagram: http://instagram.com/spicelabchefcindytaffel facebook: http://facebook.com/cindytaffel
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Brain Cancer Symptoms -- 10 Signs you may Have it & 5 Tips on Preventing It!
 
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http://utahtexans.com/ click on the link above for a free guide to shopping for dietary supplements. Nobody is exactly sure what causes cancer, but everyone agrees that it has something to do with a damaged cell. Instead of a cell dying and recreating itself like it normally does it starts to grow out of control, and create additional cancer cells. When the cancer cell enters the blood stream it can hitch a ride anywhere in the body and start to grow. Ultimately cancer causes death if not stopped. The bad news with brain cancer is that sometimes there will be no warning signs of this disease until someone dies. This is why it's a good idea to get routine medical checkups, which is the only guaranteed way to identify a problem and stop it from really causing mayhem. The first warning sign that a person has brain cancer is going to be pain like a headache. A person could experience some confusion, being clumsy with hand eye coordination, as well as with balancing. These signs are very similar to someone being intoxicated when they are not. Another common warning sign of brain cancer would be seizures and epilepsy. A seizure occurs when the brain sends out too much information to body parts and can involve a loss in conscious, which could be brief or it could take place for many minutes. Sometimes a person could be shaking so bad you think they were possessed by an evil spirit, and at other times it could be extremely mild like someone drank too much coffee. If you ever hear the term epilepsy that just refers to multiple seizures, which I'm sure can be very annoying. A few other signs of brain cancer could be sudden issues recalling names or faces as well as with concentration. Other problems could include vision difficulties, vomiting, and trouble with speaking, hearing as well as with emotional health. When I'm referring to emotional health this could involve being very irritable, moody, sad or a feeling of intoxication. The hardest decision is when a person should go see a medical professional about these symptoms. The best answer is that your body is smarter than you, and you should go with your first instinct. If you think for a second that some type of health problem could be serious, you should see a doctor immediately. One of the best things someone can do to prevent this horrible health problem would be to take a good multi-vitamin supplement. If someone is deficient in just one vitamin it could really increase the chance of cancer. Yes, a person can get vitamins from food, but the truth is that the food that we do eat does not have the vitamins and minerals like it did when our grandparents ate it. The next thing you can do would be to take a good omega 3 supplement. Omega 3 fats are incredibly important for the body and we can't create them. You can get them from seafood, but fish usually have mercury and contaminations that make them unhealthy. In your brain there are all these neurons and the protective coating on the neurons is made of omega 3. Without enough Omega 3 fats it's easier for these neurons to be damaged and this can harm the brain. Plus these healthy fats help with skin care, cardiovascular health, vision health and much more. Also someone can not do stupid stuff like smoke a lot of tobacco, eat trans fats, and another great idea would be to enhance the immune system to kill cancerous cells and there are many herbs that can do this. I do believe that one of the greatest inventions of society is supplements. Like almost every good thing there is a dark side to it. The main problem with dietary supplements is that in many countries It's not very difficult for companies to make crappy products and to sale them. Every year thousands of people get harmed from buying these supplements, which they think are helping them. What is even worse is that shopping for these products can be incredibly confusing. Due to this I actually searched really hard for all kinds of tips and advice when it comes to shopping for supplements. Then I put all these tips together in one guide that I really feel has a lot of value and can help a lot of people. It shares a bunch of warning signs that a product could be of low quality and can hurt people. It goes over how to identify a good product and just because it's more expensive that doesn't mean it's a superior quality. It helps to simplify herbal remedies; it talks about the job of governments regarding supplements and even provides some online resources. The best part about it is that it's completely free and you really should check it out. You can learn more about this free guide by clicking on the link http://utahtexans.com/.
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Treatment for short term and long term Memory Loss in childhood - Dr. Suresh H S
 
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In children memory is very important for learning process, there are many factors which are responsible for the memory disturbance. They are lack of a balanced diet, vitamin B deficiency, thyroid hormonal deficiency, lack of adequate sleep. Mental disorder, certain drugs like anti psychiatrist drugs and lack of physical and mental exercises. So to avoid this memory problem we have to take care of all these things so child needs from proper balance diet and where to make sure that child should get the adequate vitamin B in the diet on a daily basis. If there is a deficiency which is criticism in this case memory distance we have to identify this problem at appropriate time and we have to replace hormones to avoid this problem and a child should get the proper sleep because memory consolidation happens during sleep only, lack of sleep leads to memory disturbances. In case there is excessive mental stress and physical stress and is there is a mental disorder the hormones secreted will damage the neurons and neuronal system effects the memory. So that's a mental disorder and mental stress will affect the memory. Some children take medications like anti updated medication and drugs will slow down the activity of neurons effecting the memory, unless it is properly indicated we should not treat with these medications. If there is a physical exercise that keeps the body fit and also it helps the brain circulation. Daily learning and solving the problems, learning new things will exercise the brain which will increase the capacity of the brain o learn and improve the memory in children.