With the age wave comes tremendous opportunity — and tremendous heartache, as more and more families have to deal with a decline in mental health. Doctors have not yet found a cure or prevention for Alzheimer’s disease, but one of the world’s most respected experts on longevity and brain health says there are some simple, easy things we can all do to keep our minds young and sharp.
Dr. Paul Nussbaum’s latest book, “Save Your Brain: The Five Things You Must Do to Keep Your Mind Young and Sharp,” lays out the plan you can follow to live a more fulfilling future — and explains why it’s so important to have friends, eat well and exercising and even pray.
And he tells Growing Bolder why sitting on the couch and watching TV can actually shorten your life!
Click here to visit Dr. Nussbaum’s website, where you can learn more about his book!