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Delay Dementia Today (Pt. 2)

Posted: Monday, April 26, 2010
At : 12:48 PM

Neuroscience research shows that the connections between our billions
of neurons – the synapses – are damaged in dementia patients.

Billions of neurons transfer information in our brains using electro-chemical signals.

In Dementia, information transfer at the synapses deteriorates,
the number of synapses declines and eventually our brain cells die.

This is also clearly seen in autopsies as a significant reduction in brain size.

Whole Mind Success has workshops to help stave off the onset of Dementia - using methods shown to work by neuroscientists.

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Start Young and Delay Dementia

Posted: Monday, July 20, 2009
At : 10:46 AM

We have known for some time that adults who regularly challenge their brains succumb to dementia less often and at older ages than seniors who are intellectually lazy.

The brain can grow new neural connections and strengthen weak ones at ANY age - if exercised.

There is also a link between educational level and dementia which suggests that mental activity in young adulthood helps delay dementia later.

Psychologists at the University of Toronto found that older subjects who had the most education during their youth did the best on memory tests.

So if you want to forestall dementia in your golden years, get as much formal education as you can when you are young. Of course if you're already past that stage, then you should start challenging yourself right now.

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Delaying Dementia

Posted: Monday, June 15, 2009
At : 11:02 PM

CBS News Health reports:

Working a few years beyond retirement could help stave off Alzheimer's disease, according to a new British study published Monday.

Each extra year of work was associated with approximately a six-week delay in the onset of dementia.
The study was published in the International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry and was paid for by the Alzheimer's Research Trust and Britain's Medical Research Council.

"The intellectual stimulation that older people gain from the workplace may prevent a decline in mental abilities, thus keeping people above the threshold for dementia for longer," said Simon Lovestone, one of the paper's co-authors, in a press statement

Methods used by Whole MInd Success have been effective in Delaying the onset of Dementia.

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Wide-Ranging Applications for Whole Mind Methods

Posted: Monday, May 25, 2009
At : 11:06 AM

Enhancing creativity and innovation by using your whole mind (left & right brain, conscious & subconscious mind) and the power of Silence to enhance creativity and innovation – from the inside out.

Stress Reduction – not merely stress management, but stress reduction..

Alert at Any Age – seniors; delaying dementia

Study Skills for Teens & Adults – Math, Science, Standardized tests

Women in Technology – catering to right brain learners in a left brain system

Weight Loss program using stress reduction, correct nutrition and exercise

Balanced Living

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Previous Posts:

Delay Dementia Today (Pt. 2)

Delay Dementia Today

Dementia, CEOs, Whole Mind Success

Aging CEOs

CEO Innovation Strategy

CEOs and Innovation

Innovation, Creativity, Neuroscience

Creativity in Schools

Brain Power, Innovation

Creativity Online

 
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