Friday, 20 February 2009

FREE Teleseminar: How to Keep Your Brain Fit and Health forLife

If you're like me then you will undoubtedly know of someone who suffers from some form of brain disease such as Alzheimer's, Parkinson's or schizophrenia. Alternatively, perhaps you know of someone who suffers from a brain disorder such as anxiety or depression.

The reality is that brain diseases and disorders are very prevalent in our society. Many doctors and scientists admit that we are experiencing an epidemic as hundreds of millions of people around the world are affected.

According to a WHO Study in 2002:

~ 154 million people globally suffer from depression,
~ 25 million from schizophrenia, and
~ 24 million from Alzheimer's and other dementias.

As Dr Dean Miller said it's time to change out thinking from cure to prevention.

"We must change our thinking from cure to prevention. "
BrainFit For Life" will not just demand your attention, it will give you the daily, all important game plan for change. This book is a must for kids from 1 to 100."
Dr. Dean Miller, Former NASA Director of Physiological Research

And there is indeed much that you can do to improve the health and well-being of your brain regardless of your age.

On Friday 27 February I will be interviewing Dr Simon Evans the co-author of "
BrainFit for Life: A User's Guide to Life-Long Brain Health and Fitness".

This interview will be ideal for anyone who wants to:

~ Discover how you can maintain a healthy and vibrant brain whether you're in your 20s, 30s, 40s or even 80s.

~ Learn how you can master the four cornerstones of brain fitness.

~ Discover how to improve the clarity of your thinking so you can make better decisions in life.

~ Learn how stress negatively affects your brain and how to reduce and manage stress.

~ Discover how to improve your memory, improve your problem-solving ability and keep your brain sharp.

~ Learn about the foods that will help to keep your brain healthy and those that will put your brain in a fog.

~ Discover how appropriate physical activity can help improve your attention.

Individuals registering for the event can also submit their questions for Dr Simon Evans.

For details on how to sign up for this FREE event simply click the button below:

Plus, for more information about the book itself and to order a digital version of the book which can be downloaded immediately please click the link below:

"BrainFit for Life"

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