Sharpening the Aging Mind – Free from Amazon Kindle Store

Sharpening the Aging Mind – Methods, Tips, & Tricks to Keep Your Mind Super Sharp by Jane L. Bilett, Ph.D. and Othniel J. Seldon, M.D. is free today from the Amazon Kindle store, and has received a perfect 5 out of 5 stars based on 8 customer reviews.  You can pick up your free copy by clicking here or typing in into your computer’s web browser.

Category: Health / Advice & How-To

Here is the book’s description from the Amazon website:

We folks over 40 begin to noticing our memories are going to hell in a hurry. Scary!

We think we’re getting Alzheimer’s, senility, Dementia, etc. We all have heard that, “Old dogs can’t learn new tricks!” Sharpening the Aging Mind will dispel these fears and myths and give you real tools to keep your mind in tact, in shape and sharp as a tack!

The mind is much like a muscle in that disuse causes atrophy while with exercise the mind can grow and develop in people more than 100 years of age…

Written by a doctor and a psychologist, Sharpening the Aging Mind is a familiar prescription for their patients and now they are releasing it to the Boomer Generation, who number more than their individual practices can handle!
Enjoy the read – and relax and enjoy your life and the memories you already have and the ones you’re going to create!

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