Save Your Brain: The 5 Things You Must Do to Keep Your Mind Young and Sharp

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April 9, 2010


Mixed media product, 224 pages

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007171376X / 9780071713764


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Main description

Expert advice on how to ward off memory loss and dementia

Beginning with a diagnostic quiz to help you determine your overall brain health, and ending with meal plans and recipes for a brain boosting diet, Save Your Brain is an easy-to-follow comprehensive guide to getting the brain in the best shape possible, and keeping it there-for life!

Doing the daily crossword puzzle and drinking Ginko Biloba may not be enough in fighting off mental decline. Alzeimers and Dementia are on the rise but clinical neuropsychologist David Nussbaum presents a comprehensive 5-part program for keeping brains operating at their best and fighting off these debilitating diseases.

The author presents concrete, actionable tips to help you improve your:

  • Physical
  • Mental
  • Social
  • Spiritual
  • Nutritional

This is a complete system for getting the brain in the best shape possible and keeping it there for life. Our brains can remain as strong and as sharp at seventy as they were by twenty by following Dr. Nussbaum's 5 essential steps.

Table of contents

Chapter 1: The Importance of Brain Health
Chapter 2: How Your Brain Works
Chapter 3: Adopting a Healthy Brain Lifestyle
Chapter 4: Five Critical Areas of Brain Health
Chapter 5: Critical Area #1: Socialization
Chapter 6: Critical Area #2: Physical Activity
Chapter 7: Critical Area #3: Mental Stimulation
Chapter 8: Critical Area #4: Spirituality
Chapter 9: Critical Area #5: Nutrition
Chapter 10: Pioneering a Bold Future for Brain Health

Author comments

Paul David Nussbaum is a clinical neuropsychologist who specializes in aging across the lifespan and brain health. He lectures nationally and internationally on the human brain, brain-behavior relations, diseases of the brain, and brain health promotion.

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