Posts on Brain Health
Like our bodies, our brains change with age. But just because you take slightly longer to find your keys or can’t quite recall the name of your first-grade teacher doesn’t necessarily mean you’re losing your memory. For most people, age-related brain changes are simply a normal part of the privilege of growing older.* Still, there are things you can do to nurture your noggin so it stays in its best form, however many birthdays you’ve had.
Here are ten ways to be both older and wiser:
PROMOTE BRAIN HEALTH AND CHALLENGE YOUR MIND
If you’ve ever forgotten a familiar person’s name or important items on your to-do list, why shrug it off? Medical experts recommend taking steps to improve your memory.
According to Gary Small, M.D., director of the UCLS Center on Aging and author of The Memory Bible and The Memory Prescription, “the big four” in promoting the brain’s health and memory capability are: