Relax your mind + Boost your memory

Volume 4

“It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see.”
– Henry David Thoreau

 

Staying relaxed and keeping your mind active

As we get older, many fund it difficult to relax. This is a natural development of breaking away from the daily work-life routine where stress, deadlines, and reporting to management has become ingrained from spending most of our adult life working. This is why it’s important to make a conscious effort to understand the dynamics of how to relax your mind and body, and to leave any stress behind. This volume offers a range of helpful resources and insights to help you break away from the cycle of work-life subconsciousness. You will discover activities to stay relaxed after 60, how to reduce stress and anxiety and develop activities to keep you on the right path to a healthy retirement. One detriment of retirement is neglecting cognitive parts of your brain. Volume Four also looks at techniques to keeping your memory active, certain external links that can cause deterioration of memory, and some activities to help keep your brain in check.

Volume four will help you identify any underlying stresses or anxiety levels dormant from working life, and provide remedies to improve peace, relaxation, healthy habits as well as offer alternatives to the normal. Improving or maintaining an active memory is an important part of aging, which is why we uncover some key causes, quick tips and techniques to engage healthy cognitive brain.

 

 

4.1 | Staying relaxed after 60

  • How to relax your mind
  • Meditation
    • Stress-caused illness and meditation
    • 5-minute meditation exercise
  • Healthy habits
  • Relaxing activities
  • Avoiding stress
  • If it doesn’t feel good, then don’t do it
  • How to relax
  • Accepting stress
  • Relaxing your body
  • Relaxing your mind
  • Staying relaxed around stressful people
  • Spend time with people who radiate warmth and with whom you can truly connect
  • Mind-body relaxation techniques to overcome stress and anxiety
  • Case Studies
    • Case study: Yoga helps older adults battle depression and anxiety
  • Learn how to meditate with these helpful videos
  • Adult colouring books are good for your health
    • The science behind adult colouring books
    • 10 reasons adult colouring books will make your life a whole lot brighter
    • The health benefits of adult colouring books

4.2 | Techniques to keeping your memory active

  • 6 tricks to improve your memory
  • 3 quick tips for added brainpower
  • 9 Foods that may help save your memory
  • Reduce your stress levels to improve memory
  • Being overweight linked to poorer memory
  • Continuous Learning As An Adult
    • Keep learning!
    • Facts on continuous learning as an adult:
    • The benefits of lifelong learning for adults 50-plus
    • The more powerful benefits to continuous learning as an adult
    • Education in your third ‘age’ of life
  • Case Studies
    • Case Study: Promoting active aging through university programs for older adults: An evaluation study
  • Solving the brain fitness puzzle is the key to self-empowered aging
  • Brain fitness tips to improve concentration and memory
  • Tips to improving concentration and memory
  • Learning a musical instrument
    • Powerful benefits of learning a musical instrument after 50
    • How playing an instrument benefits the brain
    • 5 reasons learning an instrument as an adult is easier than you think
    • 12 good reasons to start learning a musical instrument over 50

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