Your Brain Function Peaks In Autumn

The human brain has been found to work better at certain times of the year and that the peak time is the fall season. Researchers at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Center and the University of Toronoto, found that the brain functions better in summer and fall. It was also found that mild dementia is more likely to develop during the winter and spring. The study’s authors wrote, “There may be value in increasing dementia-related clinical resources in the winter and early spring when symptoms are likely to be most pronounced. By shedding light on the mechanisms underlying the seasonal improvement in cognition in the summer and early fall, these findings also open the door to new avenues of treatment for Alzheimer’s disease.”