GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOTV)- As we grow older, we grow increasingly interested in maintaining our well being, especially when it comes to our brain health. During Tuesday’s (Dec. 22) episode of AARP Real Possibilities, we learn about ways to improve our cognitive memory, causes of cognitive decline and ways to prevent illnesses that can damage our health.
Sarah Lock, J.D., SVP Policy & Brain Health, AARP Executive Director, Global Council on Brain Health joins Paula D. Cunningham, AARP State Director, to share essential tips.
Tips for improving brain health:
- Stay socially connected with friends and family
- Get plenty of sleep every night
- Eat healthy
See more tips in the video player above!
During Today’s Take, Jennifer Feuerstein, AARP Associate State Director, is joined by special guests:
- Christina Turkewycz, Life Enrichment and Dementia Services Manager from Clark Retirement
- Dr. Mark Jesin of Advanced Oral Surgery & Dental Implant Studio
- Michael Markey from Legacy Financial Network
About AARP Real Possibilities
Real Possibilities by AARP Michigan is a weekly TV show which airs every Tuesday on WOTV 4 Women in West Michigan at 12pm. Real Possibilities strives to improve the quality of life for older adults with advice and insights to show life’s real possibilities from partner businesses in Michigan.
All episodes are archived here for you to stream 24/7/365, so enjoy the shows and discover all the real possibilities for you!