Gilles Einstein and Mark McDaniel, widely respected for their research and lectures on memory, explain how memory works and how memory processes change with age. Based on up-to-date and rigorous scientific evidence, they also offer techniques and strategies for improving memory in everyday life; alternatives to hard-to-use mnemonic techniques; physical and mental exercises that can enhance memory; a review of drugs and nutritional supplements touted to enhance memory; a complete discussion of Alzheimer's disease, its symptoms and risk factors, along with guidance for caretakersMore info →
Confronted with untreatable, early onset neurodegenerative disease and dementia, psychologist Dr. George Huba, responded by trying and evaluating many cognitive-behavioral interventions that might help to slow the progression of symptoms or at least improve quality of life. He found that the key for him was a method of visual thinking — mind mapping — that helped organize his daily life and memories and to plan for the future.More info →
Based on its author's four-year study and 15 years of experience in Alzheimer's and dementia-related care, Alzheimer's Activities That Stimulate the Mind is the only book offering exercises appropriate to each of the four stages of the diseaseMore info →
Memory is essential. We use it in our daily lives but usually we take it for granted.
Not many individuals comprehend the essential function that memory has in our lives.
But this should not be the case. Having a fantastic memory is vital to our survival.Thus, it is essential that you take steps to better your memory. In this book you will find som great tips for a better memory...
Memory loss can be frustrating to deal with. As we age it is quite natural to experience a loss in your memory. Most people start to notice subtle changes when you hit your mid 40’s. As you proceed into your 50’s things may become more noticeable and at the same time more frustrating.
The good thing is that there are some things you can do to improve your memory function at any age. These simple things include brain exercises, eating healthy, exercising and using natural supplements and remedies.
Michael explains what neuroplasticity means, and provides some low cost ways (including optimism!) to improve our brain power and resilience, and possibly prevent Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia. Michael explains what neuroplasticity means, and provides some low cost ways (including optimism!) to improve our brain power and resilience, and possibly prevent Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia. He describes the benefits of challenging the brain to do something new, and other brain-enhancing activities, including meditation, wine in moderation, and naps!More info →
This book will show you how to protect your brain from the deterioration that leads to Alzheimer’s. It may have been too late to help my family members already affected, but it is NOT too late for those of us not yet showing symptoms of mental decline.More info →