A Neurosurgeon’s Secrets for Best Brain Health
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A Neurosurgeon’s Secrets for Best Brain Health

October 4, 2017

Dr. Brett Osborn is a West Palm Beach trauma room neurosurgeon, as well as an expert in anti-aging medicine. Considering he performed literally 1000s of brain operations, we fired he would be perfect person to ask tips to promote brain fitness. Here is what he told us:

Strength train 2 or 3 times per week

Strength-training exerts its effect through a range of mechanisms. It brings the synthesis of BDNF, a mind-derived chemical messenger, which rises cerebral blood flow, better insulin sensitivity and better affects ones lipid profile. Stick with general exercise such as overhead press, deadlift, squat, pull-ups/chin-ups and bench press.

Learn new skills

Brain simulation can holdup the onset of the neurodegenerative diseases such as dementia Alzheimer. The acquisition of a fresh skill, either physical or mental, promotes neurogenesis that is the formation of fresh neurons and makes new intra-neuronal links.

Fuel a better brain and body

A fit balance of food and activity is best for the full body: the brain, muscles, skeleton, and heart. Eat an anti-inflammatory diet with an emphasis on omega-3 fatty acids, as well as fresh vegetables, lean protein, and fruits, and as little processed food as easy.

Supplement with omega-3 fatty acids

Perfectly, you will be consuming 3,000 to 5000 milligrams per day, so eating nuts and salmond alone would not do it. Omega-3 give both anti-inflammatory and antioxidant protection, which address two of the underpinning of Alzheimer’s – free inflammation and radical damage.

Reject becoming insulin resistant

Pre-diabetes or insulin resistance is significantly linked with Alzheimer’s. High circulating levels of insulin are toxic to the vascular system. Actually, this is why Alzheimer’s is often referred to by physicians as “Type 3 diabetes.” Diet of low-glycemic carbohydrates and exercise betters insulin sensitivity and decrease the incidence of all age-related disease.

Get enough sleep

Best sleep hygiene also lowers blood cortisol levels. Chronic elevations in cortisol are linked with accelerated development of age-linked disease. Sleep is a paramount to the fitness of your full body.

Optimize your hormones

Age-related problem is interrelated with hormonal decrease. Estrogens exert rejuvenative, testosterone and progesterone effects on the brain. Unluckily, as we age, bodily production reduces and the incidence of Alzheimer’s disease rises. There are data advising that Alzheimer’s disease of progesterone deficiency. Actually, head-injured patients are being given progesterone to decrease restaurant brain damage. Have your hormones checked to declare that they are at optimal levels.

Originally posted 2016-08-03 06:18:45.

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