Did you know that we continue to create new brain cells well into our 70's, providing that we are living a healthy lifestyle? Unfortunately, many lifestyle factors actually accelerate your brain's decline and increase the chances of developing brain diseases like Dementia. It is incredibly important to keep blood flowing to the brain, and essentially anything that is bad for the heart is also bad for your brain. This includes obesity, high blood sugar, high cholesterol, low-quality sleep, not exercising regularly, and increased stress levels. Making better lifestyle decisions is definitely a key factor in maintaining your brain health. In the podcast below, Steven Howard shares his insights into how lifestyle choices are impacting the increase in Alzheimer's and Dementia.
Steven Howard is an award-winning author of 20 leadership, marketing, and management books, and the editor of nine professional and personal development books in the Project You series. He specializes in creating and delivering leadership development programs for frontline leaders, mid-level leaders, supervisors, and high-potential leaders. In the past 25 years, he has trained over 10,000 leaders in Asia, Australia, Africa, Europe, and North America. He is recognized for his international and multicultural perspective, having lived in the USA for nearly 30 years, in Singapore for 21 years, and in Australia for 12 years. He currently resides in Southern California.
Tired of feeling like you are in a perpetual brain fog? Click here for more info on our 14 Day Brain Health program.