Over the break I’ve found some really interesting snippets I think you will find helpful. As more and more of our friends are troubled by memory lapses, I hope you are still doing all you can to keep YOUR brain and memory alert. Read more…
Archives for February 2012
Considerable research into the causes and effects of Alzheimer’s disease is being conducted world-wide. This has been on-going ever since Alois Alzheimer first described the disease in 1906. Even so, there is still no cure.
There have been positive advances into ways to avoid the risk factors in the disease, though; following these guidelines will give you the best possible protection. But the important message is that you must begin while your brain is still healthy and it is not too early to begin in your 40’s.
Here are the 10 key ways to prevent Alzheimer’s:
- Stay active. Physical exercise into old age can reduce the risk of dementia by 50%. Read more…
Feed Your Brain Protein – the ‘Lego’ of Life
Try this! It was given to me by a close friend who learned it from her instructor. This sequence exercises all of the important muscles and is a fantastic way to start the day. And it isn’t too strenuous!
If you can complete these free-standing, so much the better but it is fine to hold on to something for balance.
Do each exercise 5 times, first with the Right and then with the Left. Read more…
- Are Avocados Brain Food?
- New Brain Science Shows Taxi Drivers Have Bigger Brains.
- 5-minute workout for all ages.
- Helen asks: What can I do to prevent Alzheimer’s?
- How to remember things.
- Does Brain Tune Work?
- Computer Use & Your Posture!
- Your Memory Check
- Is It Alzheimer's?
- Memory Trial Results Amaze!