A study, published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology of more than 33,000 Swedish women over the course of 10 years, found that those who ate the most chocolate had the lowest chance of stroke. WOMEN who eat a bar of chocolate a week could reduce their risk of stroke by 20%.Â [...]
Ron White memory training expert recommends this article: We all know that physical exercise builds muscle and improves our overall health and well being. Now it seems that it can also increase brain size leading to improvements in memory, especially in older adults. As adults age an area of the brain called the hippocampus shrinks [...]
Doctors are working to determine the benefits of exercise regiments benefits in improving cognition and reducing normal memory loss so that specific exercises can be assigned to improve memory. Adding to the long list of benefits that exercise provides to overall health and giving more reasons to get off of the couch and get active.
The worst enemy to your memory or one of the worst is stress. When you are stressed you will not be able to focus and a lack of focus will kill your memory. When I trained for the USA Memory Championship I hired a former US Navy SEAL, TC Cummings. TC taught me a quote he learned in the SEALs, â€˜the more you sweat in times of peace the less you bleed in times of war.'