Many people retainexcellent mental clarity
Recent studies are leading to tantalizing new clues    to what keeps our       brains young
It was believed that allneurons in the brain were    non-regenerative
Studies have shown that we regenerate neurons
We can increase connectivity betweenexisting neurons through  learning and mental         exercise
Important neurotransmitter chemicals do diminish as         we age
Other health issues, such as  extreme stress, chronic    vitamin and mineral deficiency or dehydration         can effect ...
We develop plaques   and tangles
Often mistaken forAlzheimers is the damage done to brain tissue by   small strokes calledTransient Ischemic Attack        ...
Another main villain inkeeping our brain healthy    are free radicals
The things we do to keep our muscles and hearthealthy is also very good     for our brains.
Stress reduction techniques have a profound effect by keeping neurotransmitters          flowing
Meditation has been shown to have a profound effect   on memory retention
You need to stimulate     your brain
To Dos:
To Dos:• Aerobic exercise
To Dos:• Aerobic exercise• Antioxidant foods
To Dos:• Aerobic exercise• Antioxidant foods• Learn stress reduction techniques
To Dos:• Aerobic exercise• Antioxidant foods• Learn stress reduction techniques• Meditate
To Dos:• Aerobic exercise• Antioxidant foods• Learn stress reduction techniques• Meditate• Quality sleep
To Dos:• Aerobic exercise• Antioxidant foods• Learn stress reduction techniques• Meditate• Quality sleep• Do (or learn) so...
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How To Keep Your Brain Young

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Keeping your brain young while aging is now possible through exercise, mental fitness, eating right and establishing healthy habits. You can learn to reduce stress, get enough sleep and learn something new every day to preserve your vital brain functions.

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  • How To Keep Your Brain Young

    1. 1. Many people retainexcellent mental clarity
    2. 2. Recent studies are leading to tantalizing new clues to what keeps our brains young
    3. 3. It was believed that allneurons in the brain were non-regenerative
    4. 4. Studies have shown that we regenerate neurons
    5. 5. We can increase connectivity betweenexisting neurons through learning and mental exercise
    6. 6. Important neurotransmitter chemicals do diminish as we age
    7. 7. Other health issues, such as extreme stress, chronic vitamin and mineral deficiency or dehydration can effect neurotransmitters
    8. 8. We develop plaques and tangles
    9. 9. Often mistaken forAlzheimers is the damage done to brain tissue by small strokes calledTransient Ischemic Attack or TIA
    10. 10. Another main villain inkeeping our brain healthy are free radicals
    11. 11. The things we do to keep our muscles and hearthealthy is also very good for our brains.
    12. 12. Stress reduction techniques have a profound effect by keeping neurotransmitters flowing
    13. 13. Meditation has been shown to have a profound effect on memory retention
    14. 14. You need to stimulate your brain
    15. 15. To Dos:
    16. 16. To Dos:• Aerobic exercise
    17. 17. To Dos:• Aerobic exercise• Antioxidant foods
    18. 18. To Dos:• Aerobic exercise• Antioxidant foods• Learn stress reduction techniques
    19. 19. To Dos:• Aerobic exercise• Antioxidant foods• Learn stress reduction techniques• Meditate
    20. 20. To Dos:• Aerobic exercise• Antioxidant foods• Learn stress reduction techniques• Meditate• Quality sleep
    21. 21. To Dos:• Aerobic exercise• Antioxidant foods• Learn stress reduction techniques• Meditate• Quality sleep• Do (or learn) something new
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