Magazine article Work & Family Life

Make Your Memory as Good as It Can Possibly Be

Magazine article Work & Family Life

Make Your Memory as Good as It Can Possibly Be

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Make your memory as good as it can possibly be

Even people in their 40's and 50's who are in good health and functioning effectively in all areas of their lives are concerned about their memory. While they may start to experience some memory lapses, memory loss is not inevitable. In fact, as this book shows us, you can achieve optimal memory at any age.

Here's the latest research on memory and new findings about the brain from Aaron Nelson, Ph.D., a neuropsychologist and member of the Harvard Medical School faculty, and Susan Gilbert, a medical journalist who writes for the New York Times and other publications.

This book will tell you why you have more trouble remembering things as you age and describes simple things you can do to help prevent memory loss, whether due to aging or illness. The strategies and treatments the authors describe make use of what we know about how the brain processes information and makes new memories. …

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