Do You Want To Learn How To Prevent Memory Loss?
And Discover What You Can Do To Boost Your Brain Span To Match Your Lifespan.
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Memory Health needn’t be complicated, so let’s get clear on what you can do about it. Join in, subscribe to the show and discover what is good for brain health and what you can do to stop your risks, today. A serious topic but made fun. Be Inspired, Learn and Connect with experts and other people’s experiences to help you – so your brain span can match your lifespan.
Podcast Ep 019: How To Stay Sharp For Life: 11 Tips From Famous Rockstar’s Health Routine with David Norris
In today’s show, you will learn the 11 tips to stay sharp for life that we can learn from a famous rockstar.
Podcast Ep 018: Memory Loss Test: Why You Should Check Your Risks For Memory Loss [Yearly] with David Norris
In today’s show, you will find out the risks for memory loss and get a personalised view on where you stand through a memory health checkup.
Podcast Ep 017: How To Make Lifestyle Habit Changes Easier So You Can Help Prevent Memory Loss Later with David Norris
In today’s show, you will learn the 6 facets of how to build successful habits. Find out also what is the most often neglected element key to habit formation.
In today’s show, you will learn the causes of memory loss and the actions needed to reduce your risks and live a brain fit life. Plus, check out for the 8 signs of memory loss, and is it still reversible?
Podcast Ep 015: How To Deal With Life Crisis and Change: Powerful Lessons and Tips with Prof. George Jelinek
In today’s show, Prof. George shares with you his research on lifestyle factors and reducing risk on neurological conditions, of which he has first-hand experience. On top of that, we engage in a fabulous conversation on how being an observer and avoiding judgment is crucial at this time when the world is facing a massive crisis brought upon by Coronavirus. For everyone out there, you won’t want to miss this.
Vegan fitness coach, Kate Galli, shares with you her insights on how to make a strong mind and body as well as revealing her fierce love for the planet. Not only that we go deep into understanding how you can create more time, be more effective with building lasting habits that doesn’t mean sacrificing fun. Plus More. A great conversation not to be missed.
Podcast Ep 013: How To Take Care Of Yourself At Home During the Coronavirus Pandemic with The Merrymaker Sisters
In today’s show, you will get practical information on how you can take care of yourself amidst the coronavirus epidemic from the Merrymaker Sisters, Emma and Carla Papas. Learn about why self-care should be front and center of your life right now and how to take care of yourself physically, emotionally, mentally, cognitively, and socially.
Podcast Ep 012: The Surprising Impact Of Lifestyle Changes For Better Health That A Doctor Wished All His Colleagues Knew About with Dr Dexter Shurney
In today’s episode, I am joined by Dr Dexter Shurney. We’ll talk about what Lifestyle Medicine is and why does it matter. Also, we will dive into the valuable lessons Dr Shurney has learned and vast data that he has collated through clinical, workplace and national campaigns. Find out the power of simple daily actions and how they can have a huge impact and health benefit.
Podcast Ep 011: Your Body’s Wear and Tear and Memory Loss: The Biggest Things We Get Wrong with Prof. Zoltan Sarnyai
In this show, you will get a rich conversation with Prof. Zoltan Sarnyai and yours truly on stress, allostatic load, and how it affects our cognitive fitness. Moreover, find out how your environment is key to influencing our health and well-being throughout your lifespan, how your body’s wear and tear is associated with your mental health, and what you can do to achieve an optimal level of living.
In this show, we are joined by Matt Rutley, the owner and head coach of health and fitness center, Stage Six. You’ll learn about how we can squeeze more out of physical exercise by adding cognitive aspects to leverage neurogenesis, putting stress on the body through unique and challenging demands, and the phenomenon of movement poverty increasing our risks of sedentary dementia.