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Dear Health-Conscious Friend,
As you age, you're mental functions slow down. Both your thinking and your reaction time slow. It's probably natural. But is it unavoidable?
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1. Tools you can use to reverse cognitive decline
2. How to beat the brain-destroying effects of cortisol
3. The best way to protect yourself from dreaded Alzheimer’s Disease
You can slow or prevent the cognitive decline that sets in with age. You have to challenge your mind every day. Think of your brain as a dynamic system. The neurons respond to environmental factors and mental stimulation. By stimulating your mind, you preserve your memory, and can even restore the clarity you had in your youth!
Research shows the more you use your brain the less your risk of Alzheimer's disease. Dr. Yaakov Stern, a clinical psychologist at Columbia University in New York City discovered that people with less than an eighth-grade education had twice as much risk of developing Alzheimer's as those with formal education. And if those with lower educational levels worked at mentally un-stimulating jobs, the risk was three times higher. The more connections, or synapses, you can develop between brain cells, the more resistant they are to the disease.
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