Most of us fear aging itself less than the deterioration that is an inevitable accompaniment. Recent research, however, indicates that we can actively stave off much of this by properly attending to diet, exercise, and mental and social stimulation. Here at the Library there many books and materials that can help us . Some of the examples are as follow:
Keep your brain young : the complete guide to physical and emotional health and longevity / Guy McKhann, Marilyn Albert.
An examination of how the human brain ages discusses the normal changes that can affect the brain and what readers can do to minimize changes, boost mental and physical functioning, and reduce the risk of serious diseases.
Grow younger, live longer : 10 steps to reverse aging / Deepak Chopra and David Simon
A mind-body, consciousness-based approach to coping with aging offers a ten-step, easy-to-follow program designed to reverse the effects of aging that incorporates nutritional supplements, exercises, and meditation techniques to help eliminate toxins, nourish the body, promote restful sleep, and more. 200,000 first printing.
Fifty & fabulous: Zia’s definitive guide to anti-aging, naturally! / Zia Wesley-Hosford with Mary Earle Chase.
The founder of Zia Cosmetics presents her non-surgical secrets for reversing the aging process, offering information on herbal remedies, acupuncture, nutrition, meditation, facial exercises, and the effectiveness of commercial products.
Longevity made simple: how to add 20 good years to your life: lessons from decades of research / Richard J. Flanigan, Kate Flanigan Sawyer; foreword by William Clifford Robert
Discusses strategies to prevent the ten deadliest diseases in America, while offering tips on reducing the threats to health and extending life span.