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Lose Your Mind, Not Your Memory

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Even at a time when feeling scattered, stressed and isolated is more common than ever, the occasional feeling that “I’m losing my mind!" doesn’t have to lead to loss of memory or brain function. Scientific research has shown strategies that help you create a healthier brain. We may take pride in the idea that more is better, but longer to-do lists that lead to multitasking generally fails to make us more efficient. According to brain health expert Dr. Sandra Bond Chapman, chief director of Center for Brain Health at The University of Texas at Dallas, this thinking is actually a disservice to mental and physical health.

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“Science discoveries over the last two decades reveal that our brain is the most modifiable part of our body and easiest to strengthen, more than our heart or teeth,” Dr. Chapman says in a Dallas Morning News interview
Interested in One of Dr. Chapman's many Brain Power strategies? Try The Brain Power of ONEFocus on ONE in the moment activity with no other distractions. Really, nothing else. “Doing one thing for a concerted period of time will not only strengthen the brain but increase energy tremendously,” preaches Dr. Chapman.Read full story on PRiMEWOMEN

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Sandra Bond Chapman, PhD

Chief Director Dee Wyly Distinguished Professor, School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences Co-Leader, The BrainHealth Project


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