It’s smart to improve your brain health now. You’ll stay sharp for a lifetime.
Now, where did I leave my keys? What’s her name again? Did we pay the water bill last month? These are some of the questions people begin to ask themselves more often as they get older. Memory and other functions of the brain for many people become worse or impaired with aging. The social and economic consequences of this condition is just starting to be felt, as the 70 million baby boomers are now entering their sixth decade.
The good news is memory loss and even dementia does not have to be the expected consequence of aging. The brain is like every other organ in the body: provide it the proper exercise and nutrition, and keep it from abuse and injury, and it will last a lifetime.