How You Can Make Your Brain Healthier, Slow Potential Memory Loss
Individuals and families across America are invited to ask questions of a leading national expert on brain health on ways to increase cognitive fitness and delay the potential onset of memory loss. Emeritus Senior Living National Director of Brain Health Dr. Paul Nussbaum will hold a live Internet chat at 4 p.m. ET / 1 p.m. PT, Monday, Nov. 26. To participate, visit Emeritus.com and click on "Click to read more" on the event announcement at the top of the homepage.
Emeritus, the nation's largest assisted living and memory care provider, offers brain health programming designed by Dr. Nussbaum at its more than 470 senior living communities in 44 states. In addition to his position with Emeritus, Dr. Nussbaum is a clinical neuropsychologist and adjunct professor of neurological surgery at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. He is the author of Save Your Brain.
Brain health questions can be submitted online during the live chat or before the event to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Among the topics likely to be discussed are:
>>Lifestyle changes to promote brain health and slow the possible onset of memory loss.
>>The five fundamentals of the brain health lifestyle.
>>Foods that promote cognitive fitness.
>>The latest scientific research on brain health.
>>Signs and symptoms of memory loss and memory-impairing diseases.
"While researchers continue to search for a cure or preventive measure for Alzheimer's, the good news is that there are specific steps each of us can take right now to increase the health of our brain and slow the potential onset of memory loss," Dr. Nussbaum said.