This is a great interview with Mindi Meira. Her niche is coach for brain health to prevent and reverse Alzheimer’s.
To-do lists get a lot of flack, but the simple act of planning has some psychological and productivity benefits all by itself.
The fabulous thing about the fantastic elasticity of your brain is its ability to “reboot” and remove patterns, bad habits, biases, and limits that no longer serve you. The trick to this is knowing how to press the reset button and get a fresh start.
Participants with high genetic risk and an unfavorable lifestyle were almost three times more likely to develop dementia versus those with a low genetic risk and favorable lifestyle.
NBC’s Maria Shriver takes a closer look at the science and the millennials making changes to their lifestyles.
New research in mice shows that even a single bout of exercise benefits the brain. While everybody knows that regular physical activity is good for brain health (and overall health), researchers weren’t sure what the effects were of inconsistent exercise.
Research shows an ancient practice can improve cognitive and emotional health.
“It’s never too late to start and its never too early either, so if you haven’t started yet, do it now,” Wegner says.
Scientists have found a series of brain alterations associated with Alzheimer’s disease that occur decades before the onset of the first symptoms.
Reach for your hiking shoes to promote brain health!