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Repair, Retrain, and Maintain Your Brain
Age-associated memory loss is the number one health complaint of Americans over 60, but loss of brain cells is not something you have to just acceptmental exercise can create and sustain new cells in 50-, 60-, 70-, and even 80-year-old brains. The result? A reduced risk of memory loss and Alzheimer's disease and more robust memory function overall.
Train your brain with Dr. Paul E. Bendheim's proven mental exercises
For the nearly 50% of Americans over 40 who worry about memory loss, an innovative step-by-step guide and DVD to help readers boost brain health
The Brain Training Revolution offers readers a unique three-part prescription for brain and memory health based on the latest scientific research. By focusing on certain aspects of nutrition, physical fitness, and mental exercise, The Brain Training Revolution outlines a plan to maintain brain health, blunt the assaults of age-related memory loss, reduce the risk of Alzheimer's diseaseand even restore some memory loss.
No other brain book boasts the kind of bonus DVD included here, featuring an introduction to each part of the program and several interactive cognitive exercises. The book also offers color spreads of cognitive exercises for readers seeking extra mental agility.
With contributions by experts in brain nutrition, cognitive science and physical exercise, this book provides readers with a way to train their brains for better memory, better learning abilities, better decision making and overall better brain function.