First things first,

Here’s some­thing to think about: ear­lier this year, it was an­nounced that one mil­lion peo­ple in the UK will be di­ag­nosed with Alzheimer’s dis­ease by 2025. 01

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In fact, the number of peo­ple al­ready liv­ing with the con­di­tion is greater than the pop­u­la­tion of Liver­pool, cost­ing the coun­try about £26bn a year. Those sta­tis­tics needn’t weigh heav­ily on your mind, how­ever. Be­cause while some amount of cog­ni­tive de­cline is an in­escapable truth of the age­ing process, it is in no way the ver­tig­i­nous slope it once was. The lat­est re­search proves that, with the right ap­pli­ca­tion, a few in­no­va­tive and seem­ingly in­con­se­quen­tial life­style hacks can have a vi­tal, ben­e­fi­cial ef­fect on your cere­bral func­tions. And you won’t have to meditate or prac­tise a sin­gle mo­ment of mind­ful­ness.

So, in col­lab­o­ra­tion with Deb­bie Hamp­ton, au­thor and founder of thebest­brain­pos­si­ble.com, we present the most in­stantly ac­tion­able tools that will have a last­ing im­pact on your brain health, pro­tect­ing your neu­ro­log­i­cal pow­ers and boost­ing in­tel­lect, dura­bil­ity and mem­ory. Have we got your at­ten­tion? Then let’s begin.

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