Mind Your Brain

Mind Your Brain : How to Help Your Brain Stay Healthy Into Old Age

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Have you got any idea what is going on in your brain while reading this text? Probably not. And most people will think: "Why would I want to know that when my brain does what it should do? Everything 'up there' is mysterious and out of my control." But that certainly is not the case. Your lifestyle greatly influences how your brain functions. When you do the wrong things and feed it the wrong foods your brain will suffer. You will make it illl and in the end will suffer the consequences. Your brain may succumb to one of those terrible diseases of which Alzheimer disease is the best-known. So, it is of the utmost importance that you do know a little bit about what is going on in your brain. It will help you adapt your lifestyle to make it more suitable for your brain health. It has been proven certain lifestyle changes will diminish your chances of dementia and will help you keep your brain healthy into old age. Mind Your Brain will give you the tools to create the brain-healthy lifestyle that suits you most. Take matters into your own hands and make your lifestyle more brain-consciously! It is so easy and will give you such great rewards. Your brilliant brain deserves it!show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 262 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 15.24mm | 458.13g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 150840982X
  • 9781508409823
  • 2,422,048

About Brigitte De Lange

As from a very young age, Brigitte de Lange (1959) dedicated herself to her first great love: writing. Now she has accumulated almost forty years of experience as a journalist, writer, and communication expert. The big, wondrous world outside of her native the Netherlands fascinated her ever since she was a child. Thus, in 1996, she quit her job as manager Internal Communication at Akzo Nobel and went abroad together with her second great love. They have lived in Costa Rica, Panama, Argentina, and Chile. Currently, they have made their home in Ecuador. When Brigitte took time off to complete her psychology studies she got to know her third great love: the brain. Early 2011, she was awarded the title Master of Science in Neural and Brain Science for her research on the influence of ageing on the brain. Currently, Brigitte is working as an advisor brain-conscious lifestyles and is continuing her research into the ageing brain and what to do to keep it healthy.show more