Unlock the power of neuroscience to optimize your memory so you can stay mentally sharp.
Do you feel like your memory isn't as great as it used to be? Do you sometimes find yourself walking into a room and forgetting why? Do you misplace things more often than you used to? As we age, our memory naturally declines. But there are scientifically proven ways to enhance brain and memory function. This book, grounded in cutting-edge neuroscience, will help you get started.
The Neuroscience of Memory offers a seven-step memory improvement program based on the latest research. You'll find powerful tools to optimize your brain and memory function, increase neural connections, and stay mentally sharp both now and in the long run. You'll learn how to "feed your brain" with good nutrition, and how exercise can help you maintain mental acuity. And finally, you'll discover how forming new memories is a key strategy for optimizing cognitive function, and how managing stress can help you not only think better in critical moments, but also help you keep the brain cells you have.
When you understand how your memory actually works, you are better equipped to optimize it. Whether you're looking for ways to improve your memory while you are young, have noticed that your memory is declining as you age and want to improve it, or are looking for resources for dealing with Alzheimer's (either for yourself or a loved one), this book will help you hold on to those treasured memories for as long as you possibly can.
Author: Sherrie D. All
Publisher: New Harbinger Publications
Binding Type: Paperback
Size: 9.92h x 8.03w x 0.71d
Booklist 06/01/2021 pg. 13
About the Author
Sherrie D. All, PhD, is passionate about empowering people to use their brains brilliantly to live better, lead better, and love better. She is an international speaker; writer; licensed clinical neurorehabilitation psychologist; brain health expert; and owner and director of the Chicago Center for Cognitive Wellness--a private group practice dedicated to helping people with anxiety, depression, and physical symptoms, with a particular focus on helping adults experiencing cognitive decline through assessment and treatment services. As a trained neuropsychologist, Sherrie brings her detailed understanding of the brain to uniquely address the needs of people with traumatic brain injury (TBI), multiple sclerosis (MS), dementia, and more.