Anywhere from 7 million to 9 million Americans over the age of 65 have mild cognitive impairment.
If you’re one of them, the Pathway to Better Brain Health is dedicated to you.
There’s still so much we don’t know about the brain, and mild cognitive impairment, and dementia.
But when it comes to risk factors, and healthy behaviors that can improve brain health, we actually know a lot. If you educate yourself, learn what contributes to cognitive loss, and what can help delay it, you can potentially slow the decline of your mind, extend the quality of your life and perhaps even improve it.
To learn how, I welcome you to watch the introductory video below. And then let’s get started on Lesson 1.
Get the Brain Health Worksheet
As you prepare to start on the Pathway, you can use this Brain Health Worksheet to rate yourself on the risk factors and lifestyle changes we’ll be discussing. Click on the green box below to download the worksheet.
Are you ready to begin? Then let’s go right to Lesson 1, where we explore why better brain health begins with better heart health.
Or you can navigate to anywhere on the Pathway by using the links below.
The Go Cogno Pathway to Better Brain Health
Go to Lesson 1 — To Save Your Brain, Start With Your Heart
Go to Lesson 2 — Exercise can be a wonder drug for the mind
Go to Lesson 3 — Eat your way to better brain health
Go to Lesson 4 — Sleep well or your brain will suffer
Go to Lesson 5 — The brain-boosting power of cognitive and social stimulation