PODCAST #58
How to Have Better Brain Health With Today’s Top Tips

 
 
So often when we talk about living a healthy lifestyle, all the focus is on the outer parts of our body and very little is mentioned when it comes to talking about what to keep our brain healthy.
You may think that brain health is only for the elderly and you would be wrong, listen to today’s episode and you will be surprised to find just how young our brains start to decline. 
 
I also explore:
 
6 Healthy behaviors that benefit your brain health
 
5 ways to exercise your brain to combat cognitive decline
 
5 ways exercising your body is also good for your brain
 
Why sleeping your way to a healthy brain is so important
 
And finally we end with 5 superfood your brain needs to stay young
 

Free self assessment: How Optimized Is Your Brain?

 

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The information, including but not limited to: text, graphics, images and other material contained in the Well Women Healthy Lifestyle Podcast is for informational purposes only.
 
The purpose of the Well Women Healthy Lifestyle Podcast is to promote broad consumer understanding and knowledge of various women’s health topics. It is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health care provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition or treatment and before undertaking a new health care regimen.
 
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