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THI IS IT. PART-2 OF THE MINI SERIES IS HERE. SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 10:00am -12:30pm KEEPING OUR BRAIN YOUNG & HEALTHY IN AN OFF-BALANCED WORLD-PART 2 The moment has arrived for the world to embrace the fact that we are both a body and spirit and that mystery of our natural health must be realized. Because the Brain Matter—There has never a more pressing time, more urgent and more crucial than today's in our health conditions. We can feel it in the air we breathe, the waters we’re drinking, the foods we are eating, and most telling is in our treatment and relationship to each other as well as the environment... Do really understanding the time in which we are living.... we’ll address those issues in this seminar as well. Edy Pierre This is a must attend event. The world around us in not only changing, its changing its deep impact on our health as well...We must be proactive in safeguarding our brain...

before its too late. Keeping Our Gut Clean Is Key              to Having a Healthy Brain Description MJ’s COFFEEHOUSE IN ANNVILLE PRESENTS A MINI SERIES ON HEALTH & WELLNESS SEMINAR WHY WE MUST TAKE BETTER CARE OF OUR BRAIN: ATTEND THIS MINDBAGLING HEALTH SEMINAR TO FIND OUT… BEGIN THE JOURNEY OF HEALTH & HEALING What ‘Must’ I do to keep my brain Young and Healthy? The old belief that the brain declines with aging we know now is plain wrong. We now know that we can re-inventing our brain by engaging in lifestyles choices and activities that enhancing the health and strength of the brain, being more physically active and challenging ourselves mentally. Attitude and Lifestyle are important too. ▲ Are you Ready to Stop Resistance in its tracks? ▲ Learning how to clear up your Energy Leaks? ▲ Creating Empowered Beliefs? ▲ Reconnecting to your Spiritual Power & Connect with Higher Self? ▲ To Take the Wheel Back & get your health into Divine Alignment with your Desires to be happy? We know that the brain changes with age, and its mental function changes along with it.
Mental decline is common, and it's one of the most feared consequences of aging. However, cognitive impairment is not inevitable. Here are 12 ways you can help maintain brain function. Through research with mice and humans, scientists have found that brainy activities stimulate new connections between nerve cells and may even help the brain generate new cells, developing neurological "plasticity" and building up a functional reserve that provides a hedge against future cell loss. Any mentally stimulating activity should help to build up your brain. Read, take courses, try "mental gymnastics," such as Yoga, Meditation, Practice Mindfulness or math problems Experiment with things that require manual dexterity as well as mental effort, such as drawing, painting, and other crafts.
Research shows that using your muscles also helps your mind. Animals who exercise regularly increase the number of tiny blood vessels that bring oxygen-rich blood to the region of the brain that is responsible for thought. Exercise also spurs the development of new nerve cells and increases the connections between brain cells (synapses). This results in brains that are more efficient, plastic, and adaptive, which translates into better performance in aging animals. Exercise also lowers blood pressure, improves cholesterol levels, helps blood sugar balance and reduces mental stress, all of which can help your brain as well as your heart. Improve Our Relationship with Food Eating healthy is the most important thing we can for our brain and that alone, can help your mind as well as your body.
For example, people that eat a Mediterranean style diet that emphasizes fruits, vegetables, fish, nuts, unsaturated oils (olive oil) and plant sources of proteins are less likely to develop cognitive impairment and dementia. Take Very good Care of your emotions People who are anxious, depressed, sleep-deprived, or exhausted tend to score poorly on cognitive function tests. Poor scores don't necessarily predict an increased risk of cognitive decline in old age, but good mental health and restful sleep are certainly important goals. Avoid tobacco in all its forms at all cost. Avoid Excessive drinking is a major risk factor for dementia. If you choose to drink, limit yourself to two drinks a day. Build social networks Social ties have been associated with a lower risk of dementia, as well as lower blood pressure and longer life expectancy.
There is never going to be a magic pill through which to improves memory or brain health, so you get to get down and do the work of living healthy now. We can jump start the process of improvements ourselves by taking healthy steps today. From Regular exercise to a brisk walk and or physical activities like gardening that can nourish our brain and recharge its energy system and galvanizing its main power. Medical studies reveal that the fitter you are, the healthier your brain becomes. And if you flex your legs with a friend, all the better; staying socially active also polishes your thinking machine. Exercising 3 times a week has been linked with a reduced risk of developing terminal diseases like dementia. Yet another way to top up memory and all-round brain health is to put your mind in gear with mental stimulation. You don’t have to learn quantum physics though; everyday activities such healthy engagement in you work, playing games, and music count. Just make sure it’s a little difficult – you shouldn’t be able to do it on autopilot – yet still enjoyable. Finally, it is becoming clearer that foods that will save your heart also pay dividends upstairs, so you can eat your way to a better brain. Come to join us Saturday, April 20, 2019-From 10:00am -12:30pm Tickets: $25.00 for the Whole Package-Plus Free Gifts and incentives for the first 20 REGISTER TODAY OR CALL (717)304-1804 or write to us at FOR QUESTION AND DETAILS… .

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