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Overcoming Senior Moments: Vanishing Thoughts--Causes and Remedies
     

Overcoming Senior Moments: Vanishing Thoughts--Causes and Remedies

by Nina Anderson, Frances Meiser
 

Chief among the fears of the aging population are memory loss and dementia. In Overcoming Senior Moments, we learn how to maintain brain health and guard against dementia through pleasantly illustrated text that simplifies how the brain works and what it needs in order to stay in tip-top shape. Drinking mineralized water, eating the good

Overview

Chief among the fears of the aging population are memory loss and dementia. In Overcoming Senior Moments, we learn how to maintain brain health and guard against dementia through pleasantly illustrated text that simplifies how the brain works and what it needs in order to stay in tip-top shape. Drinking mineralized water, eating the good fats, and exercising are a few ways we can keep our brains active. Author Frances Meiser says, “With a healthy diet, avoidance of environmental and dietary toxins, and a wee bit of exercise, we can keep remembering who we are, what we want, and where we put our keys, well into our nineties and beyond.”

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780970111098
Publisher:
Square One Publishers
Publication date:
02/28/2001
Edition description:
Expanded
Pages:
80
Sales rank:
707,637
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.25(d)
Age Range:
3 Months

Meet the Author

Nina Anderson is an International Sports Science Association certified Specialist in Performance Nutrition and a professional writer. She has been an active researcher in the alternative health field for over twenty years. Ms. Anderson has written over a dozen books on the subject of alternative health. Her most popular titles include Low Carb and Beyond and The Secrets of Staying Young.

Frances Meiser is an educator, author, and pioneer in bringing new information on brain function and its neuroplasticity to the educational arena and an aging population. At age fifty, she was labeled with Attention Deficit Disorder, and now she shares with her audience the methods she has learned to both deal with this “diagnosis” and to overcome it. Ms. Meiser earned her Masters of Education degree from Concordia University in Austin, Texas. Today, she is a frequent lecturer on brain health for both children and adults.

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