Every one of those things can be slowed or stopped with preventative care. In the spirit of the holidays, let’s talk about supporting all those golden memories we’re making!
-Use your brain everyday. Find a few hobbies that make you think, and alternate between different types of brain stretches. (Example—use your Nook or Kindle to read, but install a few number/problem solving games to. It’s also a great cleanse when you have a “book hangover”—when you can’t stop thinking about the world you were immersed in!).
-Write down your memories. Talking about them, sharing them is great—but every time you do, you layer on the telling of it to the memory, and it changes a little bit. Better yet, make video diaries of your favorite memories. Someday, they’ll be a cherished family heirloom, and until then, you can listen to them to enhance your internal vision.
-Support your brain health.
-Exercising supports body and mind. Just make sure you’re cleared by your doctor, who can also provide a handy guide to help with any
-You should also make sure you’re getting all the nutrients your brain (and body!) needs. Welltrients is specially formulated for ageing stomachs so that you can more easily absorb them.
-Try MesoGold, a daily supportive supplement. It’s reported to boost mental acuity, which includes things like memory.
-Finally, don’t forget to build those memories!
What are you cherishing this holiday season?