by Gail Roxburgh
To lose your memory is to lose the story of your life. It is not surprising, then, that concerns about declining thinking and memory rank among our top fears as we age. But there is good news. Memory loss is not inevitable. Our brains are able to collect new information, create new ideas, and, most importantly, change in response to learning throughout its life-long journey.
In Memory and the Aging Brain, Gail describes how exercise can improve your physical and mental health and that it is never too late to make changes. It is a book that will inspire all—young and old—to take better care of our physical and mental health.
paperback: 64 pages
cost: $16.00 plus shipping and GST
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Words from the author:
I was inspired to write this book after presenting several workshops on “Memory and the Aging Brain.” I received such positive feedback from the audiences that I wanted to share my presentation with everyone who has concerns about their memory, especially memory as they age.
Although the book appears to be small in size, most chapters are an extension of my workshop and are designed with valuable information and resources on ways to preserve and improve our physical health, cognitive health and memory.
Enjoy the book,