Synopses & Reviews
While gray hair and wrinkles may be unwelcome if inevitable signs of the passing years, the memory
loss, intellectual impairment, and mood swings that come with an aging brain can be truly devastating.
According to bestselling author and anti-aging expert Dr. Eric Braverman, getting older does not have to mean becoming forgetful, clueless, or depressed—quite the opposite, in fact. Distilling his 35 years of research and clinical experience into an easy-to-follow protocol, Dr. Braverman explains how men and women can actually build new brain cells, becoming younger and smarter as they age. Readers will learn what to eat to stay focused, when to exercise to sharpen their memory, and how to organize their lifestyle to improve problem-solving skills—and discover the revolutionary hormone therapies and medications available to treat cognitive decline.
Having helped thousands take control of their hormones to maintain the physical and sexual vitality
of their twenties and thirties, Dr. Braverman now presents Younger Brain, Sharper Mind, a simple plan to help them protect and enhance youths most prized possession: a vigorous, capable mind.
No one can avoid gray hair and wrinkles, but what about preventing the brain from aging? Dr. Eric Braverman, “Americas Brain Doctor” and bestselling author has created a simple, science-based plan that can help prevent the worst mental side effects of aging: memory loss, cognitive decline, and mood changes.
Dr. Braverman distills 35 years of research and clinical experience into a 6-step program that helps spur neurogenesis: growing new brain cells as one ages. By following the plan, readers can self-detect cognitive decline, reverse it, and boost the brains power and speed. In Younger Brain, Sharper Mind, readers will discover:
• The Braverman Brain Advantage Test—a fast and simple way to assess attention span, memory, and cognitive function
• Special foods scientifically proven to support brain function
• A comprehensive set of exercises—for both body and brain—designed to keep readers healthy and functioning at a high level even as the years go by
About the Author
ERIC R. BRAVERMAN, MD, is a professor of integrative medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College and the director of the PATH Medical Center and PATH Foundation. He lives in New York City.