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10 Sleep Tips

  1. Stick to a schedule and avoid long naps
  2. Don't be a night owl (but your ideal bedtime may be later when you are young)
  3. Wake up to early morning light
  4. Get moving during the day
  5. Watch what you eat or drink - no caffeine after lunch and don't eat or drink for 3 hours before bed
  6. Mind your medicines (that may affect sleep)
  7. Cool, quiet and dark place to sleep
  8. Eliminate electronics (a few hours before bedtime)
  9. Establish bedtime rituals, such as reading
  10. Know the warning signs of poor sleep


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Discover and Learn

Discover and Learn

  • Learning will keep you working mentally and will directly stimulate your brain
  • Strengthens and creates new connections in the brain, making it more resistant to disease
  • Focus on "lifelong education." Getting a degree in your 20s won't protect you in your 70s
  • Crossword...


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6 Myths About the Brain

  1. The brain remains a complete mystery
  2. Older people are doomed to forget things
  3. Dementia is an inevitable consequence of old age
  4. Older people can't learn new things
  5. You must master one language before learning another
  6. A person who has memory training nev...


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Have an Active Life

Have an Active Life

  • Exercise prevents other diseases than ultimately affect your brain
  • Keeping your body in top shape is highly beneficial to any mental activity
  • Always find the time to exercise, don't treat it as something that can be skipped if your schedule gets crowded
  • At least 150 m...


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Rest and Relax

Rest and Relax

  • Sleep is when the body rejuvenates and memories are better cemented
  • Make sure you don't have sleep apnea. It causes tissues in the back of the throat to collapse, blocking the airway and preventing deep sleep, the most important phase
  • Sleep pills don't offer the same benefits...


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6 More Myths About the Brain

  1. We only use 10% of our brains
  2. Male and female brains differ in ways that dictate learning abilities and intelligence
  3. A crossword puzzle a day can keep the brain doctor away
  4. You are dominated by either your right or left brain
  5. You only have 5 senses (there are ...


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Connect with People

Connect with People

  • The Internet can bring people closer and be beneficial, particularly in these trying times
  • Consider adopting a pet if you're feeling lonely
  • Don't underestimate the power of touch


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How to Keep a Healthy Brain

How to Keep a Healthy Brain

Your brain is arguably your most important asset and what keeps you going every day. To be our best selves, we need to have it function at its full potential.

People tend to disregard brain health and often think that diseases affecting it such as dementia come naturally with old age. Howev...


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The S.H.A.R.P. Guide to Good Eating

  • Slash the sugar. Go for natural forms of sugar, not processed;
  • Hydrate smartly. If you are thirsty, it's already late;
  • Add more Omega-3 fatty acids from dietary sources (seafood, nuts, seeds, beef, lamb, venison), but not supplements! Their effects are not scientifically prov...


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Other Means of Rest and Relaxation

While sleep is the most important rest mechanism, there are other alternatives you can try during the day:

  • Meditation
  • Community volunteering
  • Express gratitude
  • Forgive
  • Look for things that make you laugh
  • Breaks from email and social media
  • ...


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Nourish Your Body

Nourish Your Body

  • What you eat has an effect on brain health
  • Mediterranean-style diets contain the right nutrients
  • Consume vegetables/fruit with thicker skins to avoid pesticides
  • Grass-fed animals are healthier
  • Use spices, but read the labels!
  • Gluten is not proven to af...


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The Pillars of Brain Health

The Pillars of Brain Health

There are 5 actions you should follow when it comes to taking care of your brain:

  1. Move - have an active life, exercise
  2. Discover - learn new things often
  3. Relax - take breaks and give your brain time to rest
  4. Nourish - as the saying goes, "Mens sana in corpore sano...


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  • Try to sleep for seven to nine hours a night.
  • Keep consistent wake-up and bedtimes.
  • Keep the bedroom cool, quiet and dark.
  • Avoid alcohol, caffeine, and exercise before bed.
  • Turn off your screens 30 to 60 minutes before you need to sleep.

Practice Good Sleep Hygiene

Practice Good Sleep Hygiene

Take steps to make it easier to sleep well.

  • Avoid caffeine, alcohol, or other drugs for several hours before bed
  • Set a regular bedtime
  • Drink some warm milk or herbal tea, or have a light snack
  • Try a screen-free activity like meditation or reading
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Sleep is the most productive thing you do all day

The quality of life decreases when we don't get enough sleep. To improve your quality of sleep:

  • Keep it cool, dark, and quiet. A temperature between 65 and 72 degrees Fahrenheit (18-22 degrees celsius) is recommended.
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