The human brain is faster and more powerful than a supercomputer and it comes with virtually infinite storage capability ! Learn how your lifestyle and habits will affect your brain power and health, get a better understanding of how your brain functions, and what you can do to make your brain function optimally.
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Free information seminary to improve your own health and wellbeing!
Healthy Brain Function & Memory
March 18, 2023
4 to 6 PM
Radha Krishna Temple
1450 N. Watters Rd.
Allen, TX 75013
Brain health should be on your radar no matter regardless of your age. That means the choices you make while you are young will have a huge impact on your future. if you haven’t thought much about brain health and you are reaching your 60’s and 70’s, it’s still not too late to do something to improve your brain function.
The brain is fascinating --- if you can imagine it, your brain consists of 100 billion cells, each one of which connects to 1000 other brain cells making a total of 100,000 billion connections. There are more cell connection points in the human brain than there are stars in our galaxy. As Norman Cousins put it, “Not even the universe with all its countless billions of galaxies represents greater wonder or complexity than the human brain.”
While the brain does shrink with age already starting from your 30’s to 40’s, it is important to note that the brain does regenerate cells all the way till the end of your life. Therefore,we whether you are old or young, you can always do something to improve your brain health
As we age our brains shrink in volume, particularly in the frontal cortex. As our vasculature ages and our blood pressure rises the possibility of stroke and ischaemia increases and our white matter develops lesions. Memory decline also occurs with aging and brain activation becomes more bilateral for memory tasks.
Therefore, it is important to be aware of things in your every day life that can be damaging to your brain health and how you can prevent diseases related to brain function as well as decline of memory.
The seminar is being conducted by Dr. Jai Kumar, MD, FACP, FAAN who has spent over 40 years as a practicing board certified neurologist.
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