Losing track of small things can be worrying at any age. Fortunately, there are simple steps you can take to help minimize memory loss and stay mentally sharp, and they’re easy enough to begin today.
Stay Physically Active
Exercise increases blood flow to the brain, promoting the growth of new neurons and enhancing overall brain health. Most healthcare providers recommend at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic exercise per week, such as brisk walking, swimming or cycling, so check with your physician for a personalized recommendation.
Maintain a Healthy Diet
Your brain needs a balanced and nutritious diet to work best. Include foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids such as fish, flaxseeds, and walnuts. Focus on fruits and vegetables for antioxidants, and ask your doctor about taking vitamins like B and E. Drink enough water, as dehydration can impair concentration and memory. Limit processed foods and refined sugars, too.
Prioritize Restorative Sleep
During sleep, the brain consolidates memories and forms new connections. Aim for 7-9 hours of sleep per night. Establish a regular sleep routine, create a comfortable sleep environment, and avoid electronic devices before bedtime to achieve good sleep quality.
Attend Cereset® Sessions
By giving your brain a little TLC using Cereset®, you may enjoy clearer thinking and feel like your memory is better able to meet your daily needs. This innovative and non-invasive treatment harnesses the brain’s own healing abilities to rebalance and restore its optimal functioning.
Concerned About Memory Loss in Billings?
Crossroads Therapeutic Services’ team of licensed clinical social workers (LCSW) and Cereset® technicians are committed to helping clients feel better. Whether your concerns are related to memory loss, sleep, mood, thinking, depression and anxiety, stress or focus, we’re ready to assist you with a customized approach to compassionate and understanding care, including traditional counseling services and cutting-edge Cereset®. We encourage you to visit our helpful FAQs page, and contact us for a convenient appointment to discuss how we can help you feel your best.
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