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UCLA Study Proves That Brain-Training Can Significantly Improve Memory(October 28, 2013)
Rock Hill, SC (PRWEB) October 28, 2013
Approximately 40% of older adults experience age-related memory decline. While it has been shown that stimulating mental activities will help sharpen the brains of older adults, scant research has been conducted to determine if brain-fitness games and memory training programs are effective in improving memory. Dr. Sandeep Grewals newly published book entitled Dementia Express: 100 Ways To Lose Your Memory is right on target. This easy to read book uses humor as well as sound facts to get the readers attention, while at the same time challenging their minds.
Sandeep Grewal, M.D. offers insight into why ritualistic behavior is not good for brain health. Doing the same thing repeatedly in the same way does not challenge the human brain. The brain needs challenges to nourish itself. Dr. Grewal asserts that just changing ones routine and the method of completing activates challenges the thought process enough to create new brain cells, and fuel its own enrichment.
Dementia Express: 100 Ways To Lose Your Memory, is full of Brain Booster Tips that challenge the reader to learn how to process new thoughts, leading to increased mental-acuity. Dr. Grewal believes that our society breeds gradual memory loss, and the studies support this position.
This book has the power to make people of all ages realize that they need to alter their routines of performing even simple tasks in order to stimulate their brains. It is the reduction of mental-exercise that dulls the brain, and it is the addition of mental-exercise that will sharpen the brain, according to Dr. Grewal.
The author of Dementia Express, Sandeep Grewal, M.D., is on the forefront of utilizing brain-exercise techniques to improve brain health. Dr. Grewal is Board Certified in Internal Medicine, and is a Board Member of several renown Hospitals and High Tech companies. Interestingly, he is also an Inventor and was the recipient of The Charlotte Business Journals Innovation in Healthcare Award 2013 and the Business Journal also named him to the Top Forty Under Forty List.
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