Brain Awareness Week is part of a global campaign that aims to increase education about, and support for, brain science. The brain is the most complex part of the human body and is at the centre of our nervous system, controlling everything from movement to our intelligence. When we think of our overall health, many people think of the physical components, however healthy aging involves supporting both the body and the brain. Your lifestyle can influence the cognitive changes that come with age – giving you the power to keep your mind healthy! Read more on how to boost your brain health by reading through our resources below.
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