Thursday, July 25, 2013
Brain Stimulation for Retired People? You gotta be kidding!
When do we need our brain stimulated?
Is it better after breakfast or before?
Is later in the evening more effective?
Should we stimulate the brain while reading our emails or during chat moments, or after our bike rides? Before swimming or after yoga?
While taking our morning shower or after we finish the gardening?
Should we go on our dementia prevention program after taking the grandkids to the park or before?
Is it better to stimulate our brains during our volunteer work at the hospital with or without coffee?
How many months of alzheimers can I prevent if I walk five miles rather than three on a daily basis?
What stimulates the brain?
Cooking meals and mopping floors?
Caring for grandchildren?
Thinking out loud?
And does it matter whether I am doing brain stimulation alone or with a friend?
This is just too difficult to figure out.
Excuse me, but gotta go.
I'm too busy to bother with it anymore.
Posted by Mary Chamie at 11:00 AM