Keeping our brain healthy from birth to 100 December 1,2018 at JCC in Palo Alto California Speakers and event sponsors are welcome. All older adults are invited. 2-5pm, Bldg D room Tips for healthy brain Other speakers: Connie Dello Buono – Health blogger and Motherhealth caregivers founder at www.clubalthea.com Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details or text
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In a new study, researchers suggest the link between brain health and exercise could be a product of our evolutionary history and our hunter-gatherer past.Researchers document not only the behavioral and cognitive effects of a single exercise session, but also the neurochemical and neurophysiological changes. new study finds those who exercise have a reduced risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease
Many seniors who had Dementia, stroke, Alzheimer or Parkinson had brain fog. Do they live in a toxic environment? What about their diet? Their lifestyle?
In search for the solution, I am surrounded by seniors with Parkinson, Dementia, Stroke, and cancer. Many lived a healthy life but with extra sugar, more work and less sleep, more stress, processed foods, toxic water and air and living spaces and more.
Email email@example.com about your experience with brain fog and how you conquered it. How you regained your sleeping habits just like when you are younger. And how you recovered from a mental illness.
How the Brain Recognizes Familiar Faces Summary: Researchers discover two new areas of the brain involved in facial processing. Source: Rockefeller University. There’s nothing quite like the rush of recognition that comes from seeing a familiar face. But scientists have been hard-pressed to explain how we identify well-known faces–or how that process differs from the