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  • Working your brain will keep you mind sharpWill push back the occurrence of Alzheimer’s “Use it or lose it” – if we don’t work out our body’s, we lose muscle mass. The concept is the save for our brains!
  • Videos games that are active also help with hand-eye coordinationPerform an activity that uses your handsNap after class or learning something 20 minutesSkill-memory enhancement
  • Pay attention to sensory experienceSpice RacksSee if anyone can name all of the spice off of their spice rackSudoku puzzlesThe harder the puzzles are the less numbers are provided
  • Preventing Alzheimer’s and keeping your brain active go hand in handWomen: Studies how found that vitamin E, antioxidants or combined folate/b6/b12 supplementation may prevent older women from developing Alzheimer’sSeasoned adults: just by walking 3times a week can preventOnline or software brain gamesSome are free, some cost Will give your brain a full workout!
  • Unit Two PowerPoint

    1. 1. Created by: Lauren Fowler-Carter
    2. 2.  understand the importance of keeping brain active be familiar with ways to exercise brain and memory be aware of preventative Alzheimer methods
    3. 3. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mmyRhYnsF34
    4. 4. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jt9ppA-0Y4U
    5. 5.  Sharp mind Push back Alzheimer’s “Use it or lose it”
    6. 6.  Videos games Perform an activity that uses your hands Nap after class or learning something  20 minutes  Skill-memory enhancement
    7. 7.  Sensory experience  Sudoku puzzleshttp://www.memory-improvement-tips.com/printable-sudoku-puzzles-easy-1a.html
    8. 8.  Hand in hand with an active brain Women and Vitamins Start Walking Brain training  My Word Coach (Wii)  Brain Age and Brain Age 2  MyBrainTrainer.com
    9. 9. Alzheimers Research Aimed at Prevention. (n.d.). Retrieved September 28, 2011, from Fisher Center for Alzheimers Research Foundation: http://www.alzinfo.org/research/alzheimers-research-aimed-at- prevention/?mtc=google&kwd=alzheimers_prevention&gclid=CPffxYm3was CFSYZQgodnh70uQChritie, N. (2009, September 18). Brain Games to Fight Memory Loss. Retrieved September 28, 201, from Everyday Health: http://www.everydayhealth.com/longevity/mental-fitness/brain- games.aspxHareyan, A. (2008, February 26). The Importance of Brain Fitness as We Age. Retrieved September 28, 2011, from EMaxHealth: http://www.emaxhealth.com/85/20947.htmlZimney, E. (2009, June 25). Keeping Your Brain Active: 10 Tips For Improving Your Brain. Retrieved September 28, 2011, from Everyday Health: http://www.everydayhealth.com/blog/zimney-health-and-medical-news- you-can-use/keeping-your-brain-active-10-tips-for-improving-your-brain/
    10. 10. Thank You!

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