Brain health Overview

Women have already been change-makers for the key health issues of our time, from heart disease to breast cancer. We need to add Alzheimer’s to that list, and the way we do it is through proactive brain health. Taking steps to keep our brains healthy and resilient early on can have lasting effects later in life. Because women are twice as likely as men to have Alzheimer’s, we need to do whatever we can to possibly prevent or delay the disease. Brain health IS women’s health. That’s why we are pleased to join WomenAgainstAlzheimer’s on their exciting Be Brain Powerful™ campaign to promote brain health and empower women to take control of their brains. Join us in the 30-Day Brain Health Challenge to learn more.

 
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The Brain Health Challenge is easy to incorporate and delivered right to your inbox daily, for 30 days. Every day you’ll get a new tip for taking control of your brain health – ideas for nutrition, exercise, reducing stress, and getting enough sleep. Anyone can join me and sign up today – just visit BeBrainPowerful.org.

By joining me in the Be Brain Powerful™ 30-day challenge, you’ll take an important step toward making brain health top of mind for all of us.

I’m proud to join WomenAgainstAlzheimer’s and their Be Brain Powerful campaign – because behind every woman is a great brain.

 

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