When we don’t challenge our minds,” Grewal explains, “we condemn them to atrophy. Keeping the brain alert and in shape, however, is the clearest means for maintaining mental clarity as we age.
Rock Hill, SC (PRWEB) July 15, 2014
From overgeneralizing to “catastrophizing,” they pinpoint common thinking behaviors that can slow progress, even happiness.
Dr. Sandeep Grewal, a board certified Internal medicine physician, has been encouraging his patients to change the way they think for years. As author of Dementia Express, he promotes even tricking the brain in order to improve how we process and retain data. He also considers it a brain healthy exercise.
“Like any other muscle, we know we have to exercise the brain to keep it in top condition,” said Dr. Grewal. “Just as you switch methods up at the gym, you have to give your brain a real challenge to see real results.”
Readers of Dementia Express must circumvent the book’s message to dull your brain and forget what you know, continually evaluating what’s said, while forced to process it all correctly. Some passages defy logic and reason, something Dr. Grewal says is all part of the fun.
“When we don’t challenge our minds,” Grewal explains, “we condemn them to atrophy. Keeping the brain alert and in shape, however, is the clearest means for maintaining mental clarity as we age.”
Dementia Express is a reading experience built around controlling how we interpret data and how our brain processes and retains it. The book is written as almost a puzzle, continually challenging what the reader expects to hear.
Dementia Express is available at Amazon by visiting http://www.amazon.com/Dementia-Express-Memory-Boosters-Included/dp/1467904287, or at Dr. Grewal’s website http://aceinnovationgroup.com/new-book-reveal_-memory-boosters/