Boost Your Brain: The New Art and Science Behind Enhanced Brain Performance

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Harper Collins, Oct 1, 2013 - Self-Help - 304 pages

Based on cutting-edge science, Boost Your Brain is internationally recognized neurologist Majid Fotuhi's complete program for increasing brain size and enhancing brain function, including memory, creativity, comprehension, and concentration.

Our brains don't have to decline as we get older, argues Dr. Fotuhi. Depending on the things we do or neglect to do, we can actually get smarter and measurably improve our brain speed. In Boost Your Brain, the founder of the NeurExpand Brain Center and host of the PBS series Fight Alzheimer’s Early offers a three-month brain-optimization program—with noticeable results in just a few weeks.

Boost Your Brain explores the very latest neuroscience research and offers actionable, authoritative advice on how readers of every age can experience the benefits of a bigger, better brain. Featuring more than two dozen black-and-white illustrations, Boost Your Brain: The New Art and Science Behind Enhanced Brain Performance includes a foreword by Michael Roizen, M.D., coauthor of the bestselling YOU series and author of the Real Age books.

 

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Contents

Dedication
A Growing Machine
Chapter4The
Chapter 7Building
YourPlanin Action Chapter 8Ready Set Go Part IV BrainShrinkers YouShould Live Without Chapter 9Shrinking theBrain One Night ataTime Chapte...
On theHorizon Chapter 15Is It Alzheimers? Chapter 16Back to theFuture Acknowledgments
Index
About the Author Bonus Material Copyright

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Majid Fotuhi, M.D., Ph.D., has created the NeurExpand Brain Center (www.neurexpand.com) and serves as its chief medical off cer. He has more than twenty-f ve years of clinical, research, and teaching experience at Johns Hopkins and Harvard Medical School, is the recipient of the distinguished teaching award from the American Academy of Neurology, and has appeared on CNN, ABC, Discovery Channel, and The Dr. Oz Show.

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