Tag Archive for: brain health

The pros and cons of teleneuropsychology

Remote neuropsychological testing has benefits and drawbacks. It also likely is the way of the future.

NAN education paper reviews lifestyle factor science and neuropsychology

A recent paper co-authored by NAN experts reviews the many connections between lifestyle choices and brain health.

The psychology of New Year’s resolutions

There’s a reason New Year’s resolutions are hard to keep. There’s also a better, scientifically proven way to establish goals for the future.

The science of experiencing more than one sense simultaneously

Most of us experience one sense at a time. Those who experience multiple senses simultaneously have a very different reality.

5 ways to improve your sleep, and your brain health

Good sleep is an important part of overall health. Here are five quick tips for improving sleep habits on the road to better brain health.

Former Justice O’Connor: A leader in dementia awareness

Sandra Day O’Connor was more than just the first woman to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court. She was a fierce advocate for dementia awareness.

The connection between intellectual activity and brain health

Being intellectually engaged may benefit the brain, which means it’s important to learn and practice new skills.

Newest BrainBeat podcast offers tips for dementia caregivers

The latest BrainBeat podcast features Dr. Maureen O’Connor and spotlights the difficult journeys of dementia caregivers.

Lifestyle changes for better brain health

In this rousing Q&A, Dr. Gary Small shares how small lifestyle changes over time can lead to better brain health.

When age is really just a number

SuperAgers are people who are over 80 years old with the cognition of a 50- or 60-year-old. How did they get that way?