When scientists find something that can help people with cognitive impairment actually see their memory return to normal again, you’d think there would be a lot of interest in that.
Which is why I’m surprised that a new study hasn’t gotten more attention.
It involved 60 people with cognitive decline, and the results were quite encouraging. After six months of practicing a certain type of meditation or listening to classical music, on average they scored cognitively normal on memory tests. Watch today’s video to learn more.
Learn more about the Headspace meditation app by clicking here.
To learn more about other mindfulness techniques, check out Dr. Andrew Weil’s “Ten Ways to Reduce Stress” by clicking here.
You can find out more about the study I discuss in the video by reading this article from The Register-Herald: Researchers suggest meditation, music can improve memory, cognitive function
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