Top 10 Tips to Keep Your Brain Young

Do you fear there’s no way to protect yourself from Alzheimer’s? Good news: There’s a host of things you can do to reduce the risk of early memory loss, including brain stimulation games from Anti-AgingGames.com.

• First of all, watch this free video at http://bit.ly/BrainTips: “Top 10 Tips to Keep Your Brain Young: Findings from a Review of Over 17,000 Medical Studies” (recently selected as an Editor’s Pick on TEDxTalks)

• See the 10 tips plus 2 more at http://www.anti-aginggames.com/braintips.html

• Special offer to GRAND readers: Visit Anti‑AgingGames.com and try the games FREE for one month and renew at a special discounted friends and family rate. VIP code: GrandVIP. For details, see below.

Many people are afraid of getting Alzheimer’s. People who have parents or other relatives with Alzheimer’s often assume that they are doomed to getting it too and that there’s nothing they can do. This is incorrect. There are many lifestyle habits that can reduce your risk of getting early memory loss.

The science team at Anti‑AgingGames.com reviewed over 17,000 medical studies to find out how to reduce the risk of early memory loss. Here is what we found:

Please share these links with your friends and family so they can learn how to protect themselves. The good news is that most of the tips involve activities that are free, easy-to-implement and fun.

About AntiAgingGames.com

Anti‑AgingGames.com features fun and easy memory, focus, and relaxation games designed by Nolan Bushnell, the founder of Atari, and a team of world-class neurobehavioral scientists.

 

Anti‑AgingGames.com is the only brain stimulation game site optimized for cognitively healthy people over 35 years of age and includes tips that teach how to potentially reduce the risk of early memory loss through lifestyle changes.

 

To play our brain stimulation games, click here. At http://www.Anti‑AgingGames.com you can use the VIP code GrandVIP (no spaces) to get a FREE month of game play and our special VIP friends and family renewal rate ($9.95/mo instead of the $12.99/mo rate that the general public gets). You’ll still need to use a credit card to start the free trial, but you can cancel at any time.

 

Changing the World for the Better…

We are a socially responsible company: 20 percent of our pre-tax profits are directed at improving lives around the world by sponsoring innovative research (including Alzheimer’s prevention and cure research) and also helping people in disaster zones and poverty-stricken areas.

 

Please note: our games are not designed for people with Alzheimer’s, dementia, stroke, epilepsy, brain injuries, headaches, carpal tunnel or other medical conditions. Ask your doctor before making any changes to your exercise routine, diet or lifestyle.

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