Healthy Brain Aging: Normal VS. Not Normal Aging

Healthy Brain Aging: Normal VS. Not Normal Aging – Understanding Your Risk & Aging Optimally with Holly Glover, MA, LPC, NCC.

If we enter old age with better developed, healthier brains, we are likely to live longer, happier and more independent lives with a much reduced chance of developing dementia. Discover the difference in normal vs. abnormal aging and learn 6 key influencers of brain health.


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