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Omega-3 Fatty Acids - The Health Miracle

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Omega-3 Fatty Acids - The Health Miracle

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There are several fac
accelerated mental decline. Our stressful lives are filled with fast food which is devoid of nutritional value. Further, the blood vessels which supply oxygen to
In addition, stress and alcohol kill brai cells, and we have no shortage of either. Our sedentary jobs often expose us to chemicals or fumes which further damage brain cells, and statistics show few of us get regular exercise or fresh air. Another common cause of accelerated mental decline is side effects from medications such as cholesterol lowering drugs (statins) which have now been shown to cause memory loss. (Graveline MD, Lipitor: Thief of Memory). Living in today's world causes our brains to age more rapidly than normal.
To take an analogy from the world of physical fitness, it makes sense to stay fit by playing pickup soccer games and also by training specific muscle groups and capacities such as cardio
This is the million dollar question. Evidence is growing that brain training can work. The question remains, however, how to maximize the likelihood of transfer from training to daily life.
Because of the different understandings of what "brain training" and "work" mean. A machine to train abdominal muscles probably won't "work" if what we measure is blood pressure. A "plane" won't fly if it wasn't a plane to start with, but a donkey.The most critical factor in determining whether a brain training method or program works is the extent to which the training effects "transfer" to benefits in daily life. We know from common experience that practice usually triggers improvement in the practiced task.

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