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7. Living Brain-Healthy

The Benefits of Activity
We’ve seen how smart dietary choices can help protect your brain against age-related decline. But the truth is that the most important lifestyle changes you make for your brain happen between meals: To maximize your chances of maintaining peak brain power as you age, increase your level

7. Living Heart-Brain Healthy

As important as it is to eat right to protect your heart and brain, diet is only part of the equation: Getting plenty of physical activity sleeping well, and keeping your stress level down are also essential.
Get Up, Get Moving
How important is regular physical activity to your heart? One 2015

1. What is Sleep, and Why Do We Need It?

When we’re asleep, our conscious mind is closed to the outside world. Sounds, smells, and physical sensations have limited access to our central nervous system. In the lightest stages of sleep, those aspects of the real world can intrude and awaken us briefly, but in deep sleep we’re not easily

2. Types of Depression

Depression is a complex condition that comes in many forms. In order to help tease apart the different ways depression can manifest and help clinicians choose the right treatments, the condition is classified into several different types. The two main types are known as major depressive disorder (also called clinical

Depression Definition: More Than Just “Down in the Dumps”?

Depression Definition: More Than Just “Down in the Dumps”?

It’s not always easy for us to determine whether we’re simply down in the dumps or suffering from a form of depression. If you’ve struggled with that question, consider the depression symptoms that are most common. The list includes:

Persistent sadness or low mood (some people feel more numb than sad)
Appetite

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