Your memory is not something that should diminish with age.
You’re never too young to start developing healthy habits that can ultimately impact your cognition. People of all ages will benefit from the easy-to-follow and practical advice in Outsmart Your Brain: The Insider’s Guide to Life-LongMemory.
The experts at AffirmativHealth have been working with people at risk or living with memory loss, dementia, and Alzheimer’s disease for several years. They have treated hundreds of patients with remarkable success.
The team at AffirmativHealth began their journey as part of the Buck Institute for Research on Aging. They have reviewed literature from all over the world and conducted independent research to better understand the implications of lifestyle oncognitive health. The best research has been consolidated to develop this easy-to-follow guide to life-long brain health.
Memory loss is not something that just happens as we age; memory is impacted by years of lifestyle habits, good and bad.AffirmativHealth is a personalized and precision medicine practice for those living with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias, and part of their practice has redefined the lifestyle treatment approach that can benefit anyone interested inretaining their memories as they age.
’Outsmart Your Brain: The Insider’s Guide to Life-Long Memory’ explains how diet & nutrition, exercise, stress management, sleep, socializing, brain stimulation and behavioral changes & habits can have a positive impact on memory.
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About the Author
Ms. Kalos is a thought leader, building wellness-related businesses, leveraging cutting edge technologies. As the Vice President of Wellbeing Programs for the Buck Institute for Research on Aging, she created the first ever program empowering people to reduce risk of memory loss and improve cognitive health. As the CEO of AffirmativHealth, she continues to raise awareness around alter- native, precision therapies for those at risk or living with memory loss/Alzheimer's disease. Denise is a native San Franciscan and has never been to Alcatraz.
Ms. McKeany is a registered dietitian and studied at University of California, San Diego. She takes a personalized approach to improv- ing health and wellness through nutrition and lifestyle changes. Allison currently serves as the Director of Program Development for ADx Healthcare and has been partnering with AffirmativHealth since its inception. She is a key player as AffirmativHealth con- ducts ongoing research. Allison grew up in Sonoma, California, and enjoys the riches of wine country without ever taking a sip.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Overview
Chapter 2: Diet & Nutrition
Chapter 3: Exercise
Chapter 4: Stress Management
Chapter 5: Sleep
Chapter 6: Socializing
Chapter 7: Brain Stimulation
Chapter 8: Behavior Changes
Chapter 9: Supplements
Chapter 10: A Path Forward
- AffirmativHealth Research 2020
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