Think Better. Feel Better.
Love & Live Better
With Better Brain Health
Understanding brain health
We need a healthy brain to think better, feel better, solve problems, make decisions and enjoy life.
Brain health or brain wellness focuses on mental health, emotional well-being and cognitive health.
Memorabilty®’s brain health solutions include:
Improving brain skills for healthier living
Reducing the risk of brain illnesses
such as Alzheimer’s disease, depression, anxiety and stroke.
Keeping the brain tissue healthy
by promoting healthy habits such as better sleep, regular exercise and healthier food choices.
TRANSFORMING NEUROSCIENCE INTO PRACTICAL EFFECTIVE TOOLS FOR BETTER BRAIN HEALTH
Learn more about brain health solutions for
Neuroscience-based wellness solutions
Practical tools to cope, heal and thrive
‘Content has been carefully designed to motivate behaviour change and self-development by encouraging self-awareness, self-efficacy and self-acceptance.’
Dr Kirti Ranchod
Neurologist; Senior Atlantic Fellow
Founder of Memorability®
On the blog
Can Yoko Ono’s Art give your Brain a Boost?
Yoko Ono’s art may not be easy to understand, appreciate or even accept. This is where the beauty and power of art lies- in that it challenges, provokes and delights.Normal thought processes will not help you to understand, and so, in trying to solve this, different brain pathways are activated.
Memorability’s Book Club: Mindsight By D Siegel
Learn about the brain, and emotions, and what you can change. Whether you’re seventeen or ninety two, you have the potential to live well, increase resilience and thrive. While you are not in control of the experience, you are in control of your response to the experience.
5 Practical Ways to Increase Plasticity & Help your Memory
Plasticity is the ability of the brain to grow, to change, to repair and to respond to new information. Plasticity occurs in the brain at any age.
There is no ‘magic bullet’ for dementia, and ‘the promise of a magic bullet detracts from the best evidence to date, which is that cognitive health in old age reflects the long-term effects of healthy, engaged lifestyles’
Consensus statement on Brain Training from the Scientific Community
Dr Kirti Ranchod
Senior Atlantic Fellow for Equity in Brain Health
MBBCh (Wits); FC Neurology (SA)
Dr Kirti Ranchod’s interest in brain health developed while exploring ways to prevent dementia and protect memory. In doing this, Dr Kirti Ranchod began to appreciate that a healthy memory needs a healthy brain.
Her goal is to make the latest research practical to reduce the risk of illnesses such as depression, anxiety, stroke or dementia Her approach emphasises improving or maintaining core brain skills including memory, critical thinking, creativity and calm.
Interests include the role of traditional practices in promoting health, neuroaesthetics, and understanding the different perceptions of memory. Kirti enjoys writing, drawing and visiting art galleries.
PROJECTS & PUBLICATIONS
Healthy Ageing and the Brain: Tapping into our Cultural Capital
The focus of this series of talks is what we have within our cultures and traditions which support health. Sponsored by The DANA Foundation
Responsive Mental Health Support Initiative
Initiated by REMI East Africa in Uganda to provide healthcare workers with tools to support better mental health.
Transcending Global Health Dogma
Global (and local) health-care systems must embrace people who are often ignored, their words, and their thought systems, in theory, method, and intervention.
Sleep & Brain Health
Sleep may be one of the simplest measures we can use to improve health. This is becoming more important as insomnia and other sleep disorders are increasing globally.