It’s not just your muscles that need to work out, train that brain.
- Sai and Joeslyn
5 TIPS TO KEEP YOUR BRAIN HEALTHY
Changes to your body and brain are normal as you age. However, there are some things you can do to help slow any decline in memory and lower your risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias. Here are five things I recommend to my patients in order of importance...
13 BRAIN EXERCISES TO HELP KEEP YOU MENTALLY SHARP
The brain is involved in everything we do and, like any other part of the body, it needs to be cared for too.
Exercising the brain to improve memory, focus, or daily functionality is a top priority for many people, especially as they get older. That said, people of all ages can benefit from incorporating a few simple brain exercises into their daily life, which we’ll explore in more detail in this article.
8 THINGS YOU SHOULDN'T DO WHEN TRYING TO PREVENT COGNITIVE DECLINE
Did you know that one in nine adults will experience cognitive decline as they age? While we often think of cognitive decline as something that only happens to our 90-year old grandmothers, over 10 percent of adults 45-65 experience what the CDC refers to as "subjective cognitive decline." Genetics play a role in this, but there are many modifiable lifestyle factors that can not only ward off cognitive decline but also enhance cognitive function such as sleep habits, diet, exercise routine and stress management.