Trouble Getting Your ZZZZ’s? Try Sleep Coaching!

Source: https://totalbrainhealth.com/trouble-getting-your-zzzzs-try-sleep-coaching/

Science Update: Trouble Getting Your ZZZZ’s? Try Sleep Coaching!

What: Australian researchers recently reported that “Sleep Well, Think Well,” a coach-based sleep wellness program, significantly improved self-reported sleep quality in a group of individuals at risk for dementia. The pilot study, which included 35 older adults meeting criteria for mild cognitive impairment, were randomly assigned to the intervention or to a passive control group. The “Sleep Well, Think Well” training included 4 bimonthly in-person coaching sessions, phone calls, and written materials. Subjects in the intervention group reported significantly better quality of sleep and a modest reduction in daytime sleepiness compared to those in the con…

Source: https://totalbrainhealth.com/trouble-getting-your-zzzzs-try-sleep-coaching/

Science Update: Trouble Getting Your ZZZZ’s? Try Sleep Coaching!

What: Australian researchers recently reported that “Sleep Well, Think Well,” a coach-based sleep wellness program, significantly improved self-reported sleep quality in a group of individuals at risk for dementia. The pilot study, which included 35 older adults meeting criteria for mild cognitive impairment, were randomly assigned to the intervention or to a passive control group. The “Sleep Well, Think Well” training included 4 bimonthly in-person coaching sessions, phone calls, and written materials. Subjects in the intervention group reported significantly better quality of sleep and a modest reduction in daytime sleepiness compared to those in the con…

TBH FLEX 1.0 Featured in McKnights Market Buzz Newsletter

Source: https://totalbrainhealth.com/tbh-flex-1-0-featured-in-mcknights-market-buzz-newsletter/

Total Brain Health is thrilled that McKnight’s Long-Term Care News shared our latest TBH Toolkit in their Market Buzz Newsletter on “launch” day! Check out TBH FLEX 1.0, first in a series of social-based brain training group programs for those facing memory loss.

Source: https://totalbrainhealth.com/tbh-flex-1-0-featured-in-mcknights-market-buzz-newsletter/

Total Brain Health is thrilled that McKnight’s Long-Term Care News shared our latest TBH Toolkit in their Market Buzz Newsletter on “launch” day! Check out TBH FLEX 1.0, first in a series of social-based brain training group programs for those facing memory loss.

Building Community with Total Brain Health: An Indiana Center Signs On

Source: https://totalbrainhealth.com/building-community-with-total-brain-health-an-indiana-center-signs-on/

Building Community with Total Brain Health:

An Indiana Center Signs On

By Barbara Peck  

 

An Interview: Leah Boas of Mill Race Center speaks about how she helped to select Total Brain Health for the Indiana community center where she works.

Leah Boas is the Aging Well Director at Mill Race Center, a thriving community center for active adults over 50, located in Mill Race Park in Columbus, Indiana.Among other offerings, the center provides a range of health and fitness programs, including the <a style="color: #000000" href="https://tbhtoolki…

Source: https://totalbrainhealth.com/building-community-with-total-brain-health-an-indiana-center-signs-on/

Building Community with Total Brain Health:

An Indiana Center Signs On

By Barbara Peck  

 

An Interview: Leah Boas of Mill Race Center speaks about how she helped to select Total Brain Health for the Indiana community center where she works.

Leah Boas is the Aging Well Director at Mill Race Center, a thriving community center for active adults over 50, located in Mill Race Park in Columbus, Indiana.Among other offerings, the center provides a range of health and fitness programs, including the <a style="color: #000000" href="https://tbhtoolki…

Time to rethink how we diagnose Alzheimer’s

Source: https://womensbrainhealth.org/think-twice/time-to-rethink-how-we-diagnose-alzheimers

by NAMS: With all the focus on Alzheimer disease in recent years as a result of the aging population, what have we learned? A symposium at The North American Menopause Society (NAMS) Annual Meeting in San Diego, October 3-6, will……

Source: https://womensbrainhealth.org/think-twice/time-to-rethink-how-we-diagnose-alzheimers

by NAMS: With all the focus on Alzheimer disease in recent years as a result of the aging population, what have we learned? A symposium at The North American Menopause Society (NAMS) Annual Meeting in San Diego, October 3-6, will……

Life Advice from the Most Beautiful Minds in America

Source: https://blog.beautiful-minds.com/2018/10/10/life-advice-from-the-most-beautiful-minds-in-america/

In 2014, we sat down with some of the most beautiful minds in America to hear their tips for living a fulfilling life – especially in the second half of life. Four years later, their enthusiasm is still inspiring and their advice resonates even more. As we recognize World Mental Health Day in October, we are shining a spotlight on the words of wisdom from some of the most beautiful minds in America.

Follow Beautiful Minds on Facebook and share your own words of wisdom!

Source: https://blog.beautiful-minds.com/2018/10/10/life-advice-from-the-most-beautiful-minds-in-america/

In 2014, we sat down with some of the most beautiful minds in America to hear their tips for living a fulfilling life – especially in the second half of life. Four years later, their enthusiasm is still inspiring and their advice resonates even more. As we recognize World Mental Health Day in October, we are shining a spotlight on the words of wisdom from some of the most beautiful minds in America.

Follow Beautiful Minds on Facebook and share your own words of wisdom!

Making Brain Health a Wellness Priority

Source: https://totalbrainhealth.com/making-brain-health-a-wellness-priority/

Making Brain Health a Wellness Priority

An Interview with Vi’s Jolene Moore About Total Brain Health

By Barbara Peck

 

An Interview: Jolene Moore of Vi senior living communities details what she’s learned about implementing the Total Brain Health Toolkits, a series of “out of the box” courses on memory improvement and brain fitness.  

As Corporate Director of Lifestyles, Jolene Moore works with Lifestyle Directors at the 10 Vi senior living communities, all of which are using the Total Brain Health (TBH) Memory 1.0 Toolkit. Jolene is based in the Chicago corporate office; the…

Source: https://totalbrainhealth.com/making-brain-health-a-wellness-priority/

Making Brain Health a Wellness Priority

An Interview with Vi’s Jolene Moore About Total Brain Health

By Barbara Peck

 

An Interview: Jolene Moore of Vi senior living communities details what she’s learned about implementing the Total Brain Health Toolkits, a series of “out of the box” courses on memory improvement and brain fitness.  

As Corporate Director of Lifestyles, Jolene Moore works with Lifestyle Directors at the 10 Vi senior living communities, all of which are using the Total Brain Health (TBH) Memory 1.0 Toolkit. Jolene is based in the Chicago corporate office; the…

Study: Only 5% of US children ages 8–11 follow screen time, sleep and exercise guidelines recommended for brain development

Source: https://sharpbrains.com/blog/2018/10/09/study-only-5-of-us-children-ages-8-11-follow-screen-time-sleep-and-exercise-guidelines-recommended-for-brain-development/

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Limiting children’s screen time linked to better cognition, study says (CNN):

“Limiting kids’ recreational screen time to less than two hours a day, along with sufficient sleep and physical activity, is associated with improved cognition, according to a study published in The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health.

The study included about 4,500 US children ages 8 to 11 and measured their habits against the Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for Children and Youth. It found that 51% of the children got the recommended nine to 11 hours of uninterrupted sleep per night, 37% met the recreational screen …

Source: https://sharpbrains.com/blog/2018/10/09/study-only-5-of-us-children-ages-8-11-follow-screen-time-sleep-and-exercise-guidelines-recommended-for-brain-development/

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Limiting children’s screen time linked to better cognition, study says (CNN):

“Limiting kids’ recreational screen time to less than two hours a day, along with sufficient sleep and physical activity, is associated with improved cognition, according to a study published in The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health.

The study included about 4,500 US children ages 8 to 11 and measured their habits against the Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for Children and Youth. It found that 51% of the children got the recommended nine to 11 hours of uninterrupted sleep per night, 37% met the recreational screen …

Omega-3’s benefits include lower mortality rates for many diseases

Source: http://www.brainhealtheducation.org/omega-3s-benefits-include-lower-mortality-rates-for-many-diseases/

In a recent study published in the Journal of Internal Medicine, researchers investigated the involvement of fish rich in omega-3 fats in total and all-cause-specific mortality. For the study, the researchers analyzed a total of 421,309 (participants from the National Institutes of Health (NIH)-AARP Diet and Health Study, which had 16 years of follow-up data. They categorized the type and

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Source: http://www.brainhealtheducation.org/omega-3s-benefits-include-lower-mortality-rates-for-many-diseases/

In a recent study published in the Journal of Internal Medicine, researchers investigated the involvement of fish rich in omega-3 fats in total and all-cause-specific mortality. For the study, the researchers analyzed a total of 421,309 (participants from the National Institutes of Health (NIH)-AARP Diet and Health Study, which had 16 years of follow-up data. They categorized the type and

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Study: Some 'Gluten-Free' Restaurants Fall Short

Source: https://www.webmd.com/digestive-disorders/celiac-disease/news/20181008/study-some-gluten-free-restaurants-fall-short?src=RSS_PUBLIC

One-third of foods labeled “gluten free” in U.S. restaurants actually contain trace amounts of the protein that can cause digestive upset for people with celiac disease, according to a new study.

Source: https://www.webmd.com/digestive-disorders/celiac-disease/news/20181008/study-some-gluten-free-restaurants-fall-short?src=RSS_PUBLIC

One-third of foods labeled “gluten free” in U.S. restaurants actually contain trace amounts of the protein that can cause digestive upset for people with celiac disease, according to a new study.

Women and Heart Health Risk Factors

Source: https://www.niddk.nih.gov/health-information/healthy-moments/episodes/women-heart-health-risk-factors

The legendary Barbra Streisand joins Dr. Rodgers to discuss the lifestyle changes that can prevent 80 percent of women’s heart disease and stroke.

Source: https://www.niddk.nih.gov/health-information/healthy-moments/episodes/women-heart-health-risk-factors

The legendary Barbra Streisand joins Dr. Rodgers to discuss the lifestyle changes that can prevent 80 percent of women’s heart disease and stroke.