How to Improve Your Brain Health
About This Course
In this course from Life Reimagined, renowned neuroscientist, Dr. Wendy Suzuki, shares her groundbreaking research on the power of the mind-body connection and how simple things like intentional aerobic exercise and meditation have the potential to not only lift your mood, but may actually make your brain stronger. Through a mix of personal stories and solid brain science, she’ll teach you how the brain works, how memory works, and she’ll show you simple, specific activities you can do that may make your brain stronger and potentially even make your life better.
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What You Can Expect from this Course
The first part of the course is about better understanding the brain and how it works. Dr. Suzuki takes participants on a quick tour of the brain, identifying the major structures and their functions. She then teaches about the brain’s plasticity, how memories are formed, as well as what happens when memory decline begins to take hold.
With the foundational understanding of the brain and its function, the second part of the course helps participants understand the mind- body connection and how developing specific practices such as intentional aerobic exercise and meditation can promote brain health along with a host of other benefits.
Wendy Suzuki, PhD
About Your Instructor
Dr. Wendy Suzuki is a Professor of Neural Science and Psychology in the Center for Neural Science at New York University. She is best known for her extensive work studying areas in the brain critical for our ability to form and retain new long-term memories. More recently her work has focused on understanding how aerobic exercise may be used to help improve learning, memory, and higher cognitive abilities in humans.
Dr. Suzuki is a multiple-time TEDx speaker, a presenter at The Moth, and is regularly interviewed on television and in print about her work on the effects of exercise on brain function. She recently published her first book, Happy Brain, Happy Life.