The Brain Fitness Book: Activities and puzzles to keep your mind active and healthy (Paperback)
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A balanced, scientific, and practical approach to monitoring and maintaining your brain's agility and mental health
Packed with expert advice, brain tests, and a range of exercises to stimulate your memory and mental agility, The Brain Fitness Book will equip you with everything you need to keep your brain working to its maximum potential.
Inside the pages of this scientifically based brain fitness program, you’ll find:
• Clear, easy-to-understand visual explanations on how the brain works, how it recalls memories, and how and why it forgets
• Practical advice on how to maintain and build a healthy brain
• Step-by-step mental exercises and activities to help train your brain - from sudoku to learning a language
Discover how to achieve a brain-healthy lifestyle! This empowering guide highlights the role of quality sleep, a healthy diet, and physical exercise to help you look after both your physical and mental well-being. It’s the perfect book for anyone concerned about their mental health, in terms of memory loss or stress, anxiety, and the risk of depression.
Packed with brain exercises, logic puzzles, and mind maps, this brain activity book offers a balanced, clear, colorful, and practical guide to keeping your brain fit. It also includes step-by-step introductions to activities varying from playing the guitar to beginning yoga and tai chi, all to aid you in keeping your brain fit, healthy, and young
About the Author
Rita Carter is a science and medical writer who contributes to many publications, including New Scientist and numerous newspapers. She has twice been awarded the Medical Journalists' Association prize for her outstanding contribution to medical journalism. She is the author of several books that have been published internationally, including Consciousness, Multiplicity: The New Science of Personality and Mapping the Mind, which was shortlisted for the Rhône-Poulenc Prize (now the Royal Society Prize for Science Books). Rita also lectures about the brain at seminars, conferences, and workshops around the world.