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Simple Rules for Better Brain Health – Interview with John Medina (Video)

In this episode of the Sixty and Me Show I speak with the amazing brain scientist and best-selling author of Brain Rules, Dr. John Medina. He is the Director of the Brain Centre for Research at Seattle Pacific University and on the faculty at the University of Washington. His passion for the human brain is infectious and stimulating!

We discuss myths about the brain, how it really works, the brain rules that are especially applicable to people over 60, and all of the specific things we can do to keep our aging brain energized and healthy. Enjoy the show!

We talk about the importance of exercise, managing stress, sleep, visual learning and how to use tricks and tips to address and reduce memory loss. He explains how understanding the brain can be applied to education and business.

We discuss how the brain changes after 60. Dr. Medina explains the difference between simple forgetfulness and more serious brain disease and also surprises us with a 13 ‘rule’ that he would add if he was updating his best-selling book – power of nostalgia to improve brain function.

What are you doing to keep your brain healthy as you get a little older? Which of the brain rules that Dr. Medina talked about did you find most interesting? Please join the conversation.

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Margaret Manning is the founder of Sixty and Me. She is an entrepreneur, author and speaker. Margaret is passionate about building dynamic and engaged communities that improve lives and change perceptions. Margaret can be contacted at

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