It appears to be really true: that your brain is the one organ that can be (and should be) strong as it was in youth and fully-functioning right up to the end of life. So why do so many of us speak of having a ‘senior moment’ when we forget things, and why do we fear losing our memory in our latter years, even going into Alzheimer Disease or Dementia. Brain Power: Improve Your Mind as You Age is easy to read, and well worth re-reading to study and get tips! I like what commenters have said regarding this book that there is an emphasis on thankfulness and gratitude and forgiveness. All these emotions will help you be more relaxed and help protect you against stress.
The specs of ‘Brain Power: Improve Your Mind as You Age’ are:
- Publisher: New World Library (2011-12-13)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1608680738
- Product Dimensions: 8.4×5.4×0.9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 0.6 pounds
Here are some REAL customer reviews:
“Really a whorthwhile book.”
I enjoyed this book tremendously. It is full of studies, science and fact, but most importantly is stresses the value of looking toward the possibilities of a healthy aging, optimism and hope. The authors point out the complete negativism with which we…Read more
“Brain Power is a terrrific book about how to, quoting its subtitle, Improve Your Mind As You Age. What a great concept!”
Michael Gelb has long been one of my favorite authors . . . I’ve read just everything he has written, and his bestselling HOW TO THINK LIKE LEONARDO DA VINCI remains a book that I use in a creativity course that I teach.His latest effort,…Read more
“Surprisingly Good and Practical”
It seems like I’ve read a thousand of these brain books. I wasn’t really expecting that much but I was pleasantly surprised. First of all let me state that there is nothing at all new in this book. This isn’t the latest breaking news in brain science…Read more
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