While brain aging is generally related to general body aging, new findings tell us the brain can stay young even as the body is aging. True Brain Fitness explores why some people stay alert and mentally sharp even at a very advanced age, while other younger people lose their memory and have poor mental powers.
Dr. Aihan Kuhn has a lifetime of experience with natural medicine and healing. She clearly describes how maintaining an open mind, in conjunction with practicing Tai Chi and Qi Gong, among other exercises, can help to prevent brain aging, improve memory, promote emotional balance, and create overall better health. She explains the importance of preventing brain aging and describes methods to prevent brain aging, by making the best use of the brain and mind, as we learn, heal, work, relax, do leisure activities, and go about our daily lives. She includes a practical guide for how to build a better-balanced life.
Dr. Kuhn includes extensive descriptions of the exercise for total body movement, as well as some simple and unique Qi Gong that can be used daily to boost brain power, improve mental health, balance emotions, enhance the immune system, have better circulation, and harmonize organs. The exercises are easy to understand, easy to do, and easy to fit into a fast-paced lifestyle.
Dr. Aihan Kuhn, a graduate of Human Medical University, Changsha, China, is the owner of Chinese Medicine for Health, with offices in Holliston, Massachusetts and Boston, Massachusetts. She is author of Natural Healing with Qi Gong and the award winning work, Simple Chinese Medicine. She lives in Milford, Massachusetts, with her husband.