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My family has a history of dementia and Alzheimer's, so my wife and I are always on the lookout for new and helpful information about keeping our brains strong as we age. We've read more than a few and I haven't written reviews of any of them. I wanted to share a bit about why I did like this book and what prompted me to take the time to write a review.

I found this book to be bursting with useful information. It is very easy to read and the information is presented beautifully for what I consider to be the intended audience - people like me without an advanced degree in brain-related science!

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At the same time, the content is very up-to-date so I am sure those in the field could learn quite a bit, too. The section of the book that I found most enlightening and interesting is about how exercise affects the brain. As a not-too-avid, but fairly consistent exerciser, I read this chapter hoping for it to rejuvenate my effort and it did because it presented the how and why of exercise's benefits for the brain.

This includes both the lifelong ability to create new neurons — neurogenesis — and to create new connections between neurons — synaptogenesis. Learning helps to increase the so-called brain reserve" - "By practicing a skill, one can repeatedly stimulate the same area of the brain, which strengthens existing neural connections and creates new ones.

Over time, the brain can become more efficient, requiring less effort to do the same job. Stage Two: We develop reflective observations and connections. This is how we learn.

Both require effort, and also, by definition, getting out of our comfort zones. We need to try new things, and to fail.

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The active testing phase is a critical one. Sometimes our hypothesis will be right, and sometimes it will be wrong. The fear of failing, the fear of looking not smart, is a key obstacle to learning that I see too often, especially with people who want to protect perceived reputations to such an extent that they do not let themselves try new learning cycles.

Read 3x Faster. Be More Productive. This mechanism is a change in the white matter that conducts" - "What are my priorities? There is such as thing as the science of behavior change.

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Prochaska, a major researcher in this domain, proposes that there are a several stages of change. It starts with precontemplation before people start thinking about a change , then moves to contemplation when people really think about it , to action when people are actually trying something to change and maintenance at least 6 months , and ends with termination when a new behavior is in place. Indeed, our brain not only makes us capable of interacting with the outside world but also monitors our internal world which impacts our health overall.Cognition tells us what to do about it.

Expo Day: One last note Deals and Shenanigans. Brett Steenbarger notes, "think of life as a gymnasium and the obstacles we encounter as the weights we must lift to get stronger. The Mind and the Brain: This book is very user friendly so if you are looking just for your own health or someone you know with ADHD, executive function disorder, dementia, or processing concerns this is the book for you. One day, while they are sorting things out, they uncover a mysterious machine.

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