About this Research Topic
The aim of this Research Topic is to publish original papers and reviews describing the mechanism involved in neurological disorders and/or strategies to prevent these disorders that can be used in the management of neurological commitment considering non-pharmacological interventions in the aging of healthy individuals and in diseases related to the aging process. The focus of this Research Topic is to present data that can develop a better understanding regarding neuroscience aspects related to health promotion and neurological disorders related to aging, promoting clinical practice based on evidence.
Contributions that address, but are not limited to, the following Topics cover, are welcomed:
1. Translational research in neuroscience related to health promotion and/or related to the aging process
2. Clinical trials and other human studies involving non-pharmacological approaches in neuroscience related to the aging process
3. Behavioral approaches involving health promotion and/or aging
4. Early treatment in neurological diseases
5. Nutritional approaches involving health promotion and/or aging
6. Strategies to prevent neurological disorders due to aging and impairments due to aging
7. Neuroscience of rehabilitation related to the aging process
8. Computer science and mathematical modeling applied to health promotion and/or conditions related to the aging process
9. Neuroscience approaches to health promotion or in the management of aging conditions
10. Influence of mechanical vibration and physical activities in the neurological system and related impairments in the normal aging and diseases related to the aging
Keywords: Aging, Non-Pharmacological Interventions, Frailty, Disabilities, Behavior, Health Promotion
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