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|October 2007 Issue #107|
Memory loss is the focus for this month’s eNewsletter. Memory loss is a state of unusual forgetfulness. It can be caused by brain damage resulting from diseases, such as Alzheimer’s and Huntington’s. It may result from an injury or severe emotional trauma. The normal aging process may lead to slower recall of information and greater difficulty in learning new material. In itself, however, aging will not dramatically affect one’s memory.
As always, our goal for this eNewsletter is to provide you with information that you and your family can use to live a healthier life! We are interested, so please let us know what you think
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Here’s to your health!
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|How Time Flies! (Time Management/Calendar Info)|
in the holiday season...the joys, the family time, and all of those
great recipes and
all of that good food!
However, it also brings on much colder weather...and the cold and
flu season. Doctors have found the
strength of our immune system determines the state of our health.
When it's compromised we become susceptible to catching a cold, or
the flu. Therefore, maintaining a strong immune system is crucial for
helping us reduce the risk of coming down with a cold or the
Next month we dedicate our e-newsletter to insomnia and other sleep disorders.
Welcome to Cindy’s Corner. Cindy Price is the Manager of our Wellness Trader business. She runs our operation and knows many of you through phone conversations. She is interested in her family’s health and yours!
We all know that exercise is good for your body to keep in shape. But did you know that exercising your brain can help you retain good memory and help prevent memory loss?
Mental gymnastics is as important as physical ones in preserving brainpower. Try taking up crossword puzzles, memorizing poems, read challenging books or articles that encourage you to expand your interests. Try using your other hand in doing simple things like brushing your teeth, or writing out a grocery list. Any activity that requires concentration, from keeping a journal, learning a new language or learning a new instrument, will challenge your brain. Your brain thrives on new challenges!
Here’s to your health!
|Just for Fun---Daily “Keep Fit At Work” Schedule...|
A fitness plan for your mind
Clearly there is a payoff for both employees and employers who encourage and support fitness and health. There’s plenty of evidence to prove healthy people are more productive. But amid all the body building, it’s just as important to exercise and work your mind.
To keep your brain, as well as your body, in shape you should:
Remember what Coach Vince Lombardi said: “The harder I work, the harder it is to surrender!”
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