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Thu, 17 Mar


Stanford Continuing Studies

Late-Life Brain Workshop | March 17, 2022

Many people don’t realize that we actually have some control over our cognitive aging process. In fact, several scientific studies demonstrate that everyday habits in middle age will affect brain health and cognitive function in our seventies and eighties.

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Late-Life Brain Workshop | March 17, 2022
Late-Life Brain Workshop | March 17, 2022

Time & Location

17 Mar 2022, 7:00 pm

Stanford Continuing Studies

About The Event

Planning for your late-life brain: Habits you can build now to maintain cognitive function later.

In this workshop, you will learn about evidence-based approaches to maintaining good cognitive function as you age, the importance of regular physical exercise, social connection, diet, and good sleep for your brain, and how to be a savvy consumer of brain training products as well as ‘brain boosting’ supplements. You will learn methods for keeping new habits and will make an individualized plan for incorporating cognitive boosting activities into your everyday life. By the end of the workshop, you will acquire the tools to create and execute a retirement plan for your late life brain.

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