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How to Opti­mize Brain Health and Per­for­mance at Any Age (New York Public Library talk)

This is the actual slidedeck presented by Alvaro Fernandez at New York Public Library on September 24th, 2014. Slides can be downloaded and used for educational purposes provided appropriate credit is given to SharpBrains and to the book The SharpBrains Guide to Brain Fitness: How to Optimize Brain Health and Performance at Any Age (284 pages; 2013).

Description: Just like the rest of our body, the brain requires care, attention and proper exercise. Yet, we often ignore this most vital organ because few know where to begin. Based on the new and expanded second edition of The SharpBrains Guide to Brain Fitness –named a Best Book by AARP in 2011– co-author Alvaro Fernandez will discuss exactly how to “use it or lose it,” offering a groundbreaking new approach to improving brain health and performance at any age, from children to younger and older adults.

With practical and personalized tips for preserving and enhancing brain function throughout life, the new book combines a user-friendly tutorial on how the brain works with advice on how to choose and integrate lifestyle changes and brain training exercises to improve mental focus, build emotional resilience, enhance memory and ward off Alzheimer’s disease. Featuring a captivating and engaging independent analysis of hundreds of scientific studies published in the last 10 years, the book also includes in-depth interviews with 20 leading scientists who often challenge conventional wisdom and prevailing brain health thinking and care. 

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