We’ve learned about forming healthy habits for physical wellness, now let’s talk about how to keep your brain sharp as you age.
A lot of people think genetics are the main contributing factor in cognitive decline, but lifestyle is far more important. Dementia and Alzheimers expert Melissa Batchelor tells us about how diet, movement, water, and sleep can affect brain function.
Melissa Batchelor is the director of George Washington University’s Center for Aging, Health and Humanities. As a board-certified nurse with a PhD in geriatrics, she’s passionate about preventing Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia.
In order to strengthen those neurons, Melissa highlights the role of relationships and learning to help us stay mentally fit. Keep your mind as sharp as a tack by tuning in to this informative episode!
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