The Beckley Foundation, with Professor Moskalenko, investigated the relationship between CC and a standard test of cognitive functioning named the “Prognosis 1” method. We tested the cognitive functioning of 39 participants between the ages of 70 and 84, which included a number of participants who were suffering from various stages of dementia. The severity of dementia that a participant suffered from did not correlate with the participant’s rate of cerebral blood flow. However, it was possible to demonstrate a direct correlation between decreases in participants’ CC and the severity of their dementia.
With further testing, the monitoring of CC could become a valuable addition to routine medical examinations. Having the ability to identify and manage your own CC could turn out to be as important for the good health of the brain as the management of a person’s blood pressure is for their cardiovascular system