By: Dr. Dharma Singh Khalsa @ Alzheimer's Research & Prevention Foundation
An easy, low cost, natural practice can help us boost our brain power, be healthier and more spiritually attuned as we age, and improve our quality of life and happiness. It could also reduce some of the staggering health care costs seen today.
Curious about what that practice is? Read the rest of this entry »
Had a good night’s sleep?
We hope you did, so you can fully enjoy all the fascinating articles and brain teasers in the new edition of SharpBrains’ eNewsletter…including excellent advice on how to combine general sleep hygiene with mindful and cognitive techniques, and a book giveaway.
Books and other educational resources:
Finally, some fun Brain teasers:
Have a great month of June!
The SharpBrains Team
Yoga better than crosswords for preventing pre-Alzheimer’s memory loss (The Telegraph):
“Historically and anecdotally, yoga has been thought to be beneficial in ageing well, but this is the scientific demonstration of that benefit…We’re converting historical wisdom into the high level of evidence required for doctors to recommend therapy to their patients. Read the rest of this entry »
Meditating in virtual reality (Peninsula Press):
“Imagine you are on a beach in Bali practicing yoga at dawn, watching the sun rise beyond the lagoon. The image is so vivid that you almost forget you are actually sitting in an office in San Francisco, wearing a virtual reality (VR) headset. Read the rest of this entry »
CWRU nursing school awarded $2.35 million to study the link between the brain and health behavior change (press release):
“A five-year, $2.35 million grant from the National Institute of Nursing Research will allow researchers from the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing, College of Arts and Sciences and the School of Medicine at Case Western Reserve University to study how brain activity motivates the chronically ill to manage their illnesses Read the rest of this entry »