5 Tips to Keep Your Brain Healthy

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5 things to help slow any decline in memory and lower risk of developing dementia – recommended by Donn Dexter, M.D., a neurologist in Eau Claire, Wisconsin.

6 Pillars of Brain Health

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The Cleveland Clinic Six Pillars of Brain Health will help people navigate their journey to brain health. Lifestyle has a profound impact on brain health. What to eat and drink, how much to exercise, sleep, the way to socialize, and how to manage stress are all critically important to brain health.

A Guide to Maintaining a Healthy Memory

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This article discusses what can be done to ensure the brain to age healthily and to reduce risk of developing dementia in later life.

Brain Food: GCBH Recommendations on Nourishing Your Brain Health

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This paper summarizes the consensus reached by the experts and describes the major points of discussion that led to their recommendations for men and women age 50 and older. It also identifies gaps in our knowledge about diet and brain health, provides a glossary of terms used in the document, and lists resources for additional information

Brain Health: You Can Make A Difference

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A brochure that provides some information and guidance to help make smart choices about brain health with each passing year.

Brain Health Guide (USU)

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This 20-page resource was created to help become an informed consumer when considering dietary supplements to boost brain health or cognitive performance.

Brain Health and Mental Well-Being: GCBH Recommendations on Feeling Good and Functioning Well

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This report aims to provide greater understanding of the relationship between mental well-being and brain health. Also, they provide practical recommendations and tips on feeling and functioning better in order to promote brain health as people age.

Brain Health and Quality of Life in Aging: Tips on Staying Sharp and Active

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This booklet lists some of the reasons for problems with memory and thinking, and what people can do about them.

Imagine: Your Brain Health Guide

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This guide will help people take small steps to support brain health. This guide contains answers to frequently asked questions about Alzheimer’s, tips to help caregivers, information about their life-changing research and community outreach programs.

Engage Your Brain: GCBH Recommendations on Cognitively Stimulating Activities

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The GCBH provides recommendations based on its own experts’ research as well as the wider body of evidence across various fields of expertise in the areas of cognitive aging and neuroscience. It also identifies gaps in their knowledge about these activities and cognition, provides a glossary defining terms used in the document, and lists resources for additional information.

Guide for Healthy Brain

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A guide for brain health by experts at the Ray Dolby Brain Health Center and the Institute for Health and Healing at Sutter Health’s California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco.

Your Guide to Optimal Brain Health

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This covers six domains that contribute to brain health, with practical advice on what to do—today and every day—to keep the brain working well.

How to Sustain Healthy Behaviors: Applying Lessons of Public Health and Science to Drive Change

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This covers six domains that contribute to brain health, with practical advice on what to do—today and every day—to keep the brain working well.

Improve brain health with the MIND diet

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University researchers developed the MIND diet to emphasize foods that impact brain health.

Nutrition and Brain Health

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Nutrition strategies to maximize brain health in older adults by Chrissy Carroll, MPH, RD is registered dietitian.

Nutrition and Cognitive Function

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An infographic about good nutrition to support its high metabolic activity and neural functions.

Simple Steps for Brain Health

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Here are simple steps to keep the brain healthy. This guide has the pillar overview sections and also contains relevant source material listed.

The Brain and Social Connectedness: GCBH Recommendations on Social Engagement and Brain Health

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The Global Council on Brain Health issued twelve recommendations for adults aged 50+ to maintain and build social connections in order to help support their cognitive health over their lifespan. They also provide practical tips for those looking to expand their social engagement.

The Brain–Sleep Connection: GCBH Recommendations on Sleep and Brain Health

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The GCBH provides recommendations to help people maintain healthy sleep as they age, to help people who have trouble falling and staying asleep, to help those who may have possible sleep disorders, o help people with dementia who have trouble sleeping and their caregivers.

Working Out Boosts Brain Health

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A growing body of research suggests physical fitness is one way to boost brain health — and that a regular exercise routine can decrease the effects of stress on the body, improve mental health and mood, and even enhance memory and cognition.