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Brain Gym Exercises-Help with LD's and Stress by Rebbekah W. Patient Expert Posted Mon 21 Jul 2008 10:19am Dr. Paul Dennison is an international award-winning learning expert who received his doctorate in education in 1975 from the University of Southern California for his research on reading and cognitive developement and is the found of the Brain Gym Program. Brain Gym exercises assist with not only learning disabilities, but also aid in stress reduc ... Read on »
Brain Fitness, Brain Exercise and “Brain gyms”: why? how? by Alvaro F. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sat 30 Sep 2006 12:00am Brain Fitness and Brain Exercise: what it is, and why it is important I may be slightly biased, but I clearly see more and more talk and articles about “Brain Fitness”. Which is great news. We view Brain Fitness as the combination of science-based Brain Fitness Assessments, Brain Fitness Programs, Brain Fitness Coaches, and Brain F ... Read on »
Transcript: Online Q&A on the Future of Brain Health with Alvaro Fernandez by Alvaro F. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 16 Mar 2012 11:49am Below you can find the full tran­script of our engag­ing Q&A ses­sion today, Friday March 16th, on brain sustainability, retooling brain health, and applied neuroplasticity, with Alvaro Fernandez, SharpBrains’ Co-Founder who’s just been named a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum . You can learn more about the topic by r ... Read on »
vibrantBrains: San Francisco Brain Gym by Sheryle B. Patient Expert Posted Tue 12 Aug 2008 4:21pm vibrantBrains, a gym to exercise our brains, has recently opened in San Francisco. We all buy into the health club idea for our bodies so why not one to tone our brains, too? The vibrantBrains folks have created a pleasant, bright space on Sacramento Street, close to cafes, shops, and residential areas. They have the front of the club filled with ... Read on »
Can an Active Lifestyle Boost the Brain and Slow Alzheimer’s Disease ? by Bob DeMarco Patient Expert Posted Fri 30 Nov 2012 4:57pm UCLA researchers have found that an active lifestyle helps preserve gray matter in the brains of older adults and could reduce the burden of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Alzheimer's Reading Room In 2005, I decided the most important thing I could do to help my mother was to take her in the gym and work her out. At the age ... Read on »
Two hours physical exercise? Fine – but only for those who can! by Ron Patient Expert Posted Sat 11 Aug 2012 12:24pm All children to do two hours of physical exercise per week – Cameron’s latest wizard wheeze – is a dangerous idea – especially that “all” bit. Why? Simple, not all children are physically capable of exercise because of illness/ disability. Amend “all” to” all those who are capable” and it’ll save a lot of kids a lot of grief – I know, I was ... Read on »
Teach Yourself 8 Of The Best Ear Massages: by Carole F. Patient Expert Posted Sun 28 Mar 2010 7:06pm Post written by Carole Fogarty.   Follow on. Rejuvenate with touch: “Massage your ears daily and your organs and whole body will benefit” Rubbing your ears sends happy feelings into your body by triggering the release of brain endorphins.  The simple act of touch alone is very healing.  It b ... Read on »
Your body loves to exercise . . . and so does your mind by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted Mon 20 Dec 2010 9:09am Exercise is so much more than just burning calories. The calories burned during exercise, unless you’re a professional athlete, make up quite a small portion of our total calories burned for the day; what we eat has a much greater influence on our body weight. So why should we bother to exercise? Because burning a few calories is just the tip o ... Read on »
Exercise Your Brain Or Roll the Dice ? by Bob DeMarco Patient Expert Posted Sat 16 Jan 2010 6:48am Don't say, I am not going to live to 85. My mother said that all the time, over and over. She is now 93. Now she says, I want to die...... By Bob DeMarco Exercise increases blow flow to the brain. This is a scientific fact that cannot be disputed. It was this simple fact they lead me to conclude that one of the first ... Read on »
Exercise The Brain by John Fontana Patient Expert Posted Thu 28 May 2009 12:17am Have you ever taken a chance to look around at the people that exercise in your gym? Sure every gym plays better to certain demographics, but I have noticed that most gyms have pretty similar members across the country. Most gym goers are typically happy people and it seems that at least one of the members is one of the most successful people in ... Read on »