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Falling in love makes you irrational, obsessive and fearless. And yet love is good for your brain.
Can you imagine not remembering the people you love? This is the reality of Alzheimer’s disease.
When I listen to music, remember Solsbury Hill and where I was, which parts of the brain are working? What we need to remember determines the part of the brain used.
In the same way exercise keeps your heart healthy, stimulating your brain, keeps your brain healthy
Do you love stories and thrive on the journeys books take you? Learn how reading helps your brain to stay healthy.
Activities such as visiting galleries, listening to music, dancing with friends, learning a new skill, meditating, and many other activities, promote brain health. Essentially, having fun and living well, keep your brain healthy.
Celebrations are reminders of what’s really important. We celebrate events, people, or achievements. When we celebrate, we spend time with people we care about, and spending time with them, keeps the brain healthy.
Jonathan Fineberg in his book Modern Art at the Border of Mind and Brain illustrates the value of art for both individuals and society.
Art has been used in traditional practices throughout the world. Traditional healers understood that art can be used to heal. Neuroscience is beginning to explain how.
Learn how excess sugar and fat affect brain function.