Getting a good night’s sleep at a fire station is like trying to do homework at a rock concert. Dream on! For most of us, sleep can be elusive, interrupted, and hard to come by in our tech-heavy, fast-paced world. But good sleep is crucial for brain health, allowing our main operating system to repair and reboot.
This week, Rip introduces Joe to husband-wife neurologists Dean and Ayesha Sherzai, leading physicians and researchers on brain health and the prevention of Alzheimer’s.
“Assume you have bad genes and then live in a way that reduces your vascular risk”, says Dr. Dean Sherzai before sharing how plant-based nutrition, exercise, sleep, mental activity and stress reduction all play pivotal roles in our ability to thrive.
Learn tips for getting a good night’s sleep even if your life circumstances are working against you. Be inspired by some positive news about Alzheimer’s and dementia - and hear simple actionable steps we can all take today to avoid this kind of demise.