lunes, 13 de junio de 2016

Improving Memory: Understanding age-related memory loss - Harvard Health

Improving Memory: Understanding age-related memory loss - Harvard Health

Harvard Health Publications

What if you could keep your
mind and memory sharp
for as long as you live?

Memory loss is one of the most common fears people have about growing older.
Fortunately, there are many steps you can take right now to boost your brainpower and protect your mind and memory from fading.
Improving Memory, a Special Health Report from Harvard Medical School, will show you how your memory changes as you age, which changes are normal, and which are signs of something serious. What’s more, you’ll get the best ways to help increase your memory power.
Send for this report now and discover how
One type of memory loss may actually be beneficial
Your brain stores memories
Exercise can improve memory and lower your risk for dementia
Mentally challenging activities can improve your memory
You can increase reading comprehension through meditation
Vitamin B12 deficiencies can cause memory problems
And so much more!
You’ll learn why forgetting is actually a normal part of aging, why you may have trouble recalling things that are on the “tip of your tongue,” and even why you may need to rack your brain to think of a word or name you know you should know.
What’s more, you’ll get a special bonus section, “Improving everyday memory,” with invaluable information on how to do everything from remembering long lists to increasing your focus so you can absorb more information.
Order this Special Health Report today and discover dozens of new ways to preserve, protect, and improve your memory.
Kirk Daffner, MD
Wimberly Professor of Neurology
Harvard Medical School
P.S. Click here now to take a quick memory quiz!

Improving Memory
How your memory changes with age
17 ways to boost your memory
How to help lower your risk for dementia
Plus, a special bonus section on improving everyday memory!
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