As we get older, we all have to address the very real issue of cognitive decline – or the slowing down of our brains. Thankfully, there are a few things we can do to “exercise” our brains as we age so as to avoid cognitive decline. A new study published in the open-access journal Frontiers
The diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease is a devastating one. The prospect of being robbed of our memories, or of losing a loved one to memory loss is terrifying to everyone. But one doctor has developed a program that he says presents the possibility of reversing cognitive decline. In his new book, The End of Alzheimer’s,
It was once widely believed that as we grew older our brains – our cognitive function – declined. But research is proving that cognitive decline is more a matter of lifestyle and that growing older doesn’t mean having to “fade away.” Today’s modern lifestyle weighs significantly on whether or not we suffer from cognitive decline.