Keep Your Mind Sharp at Every Age

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“I Don’t Remember”

You know it’s important to keep your mind sharp as you age, but how much time do you actually spend on activities to support healthy memory and brain function? Have you had those moments where you lose track of what you’re doing? Maybe you forget why you walked outside, or what you were looking for: It’s not unusual, and it can happen at any age. But it can get to a point when it’s very frustrating and you want to do something about it.

As we age, there are many reasons a person’s mind becomes dull, or the forgetfulness increases.

  • Insufficient sleep
  • Lack of exercise
  • Unhealthy diet
  • Mental inactivity
  • Health conditions
  • Hormone imbalances

There are many other factors that contribute to a dull, forgetful mind, and each one is correctable. Use the tips below to keep your mind sharp through every decade.


The brain and the mind need many things to stay sharp. Plenty of sleep, mental stimulation, a healthy body, good nutrition and physical exercise are just a few of them.

  • Get seven to eight hours of sleep. While you sleep, your brain is recharging. It’s also flushing out the toxins that build up while you are awake. These toxins are a known factor in Alzheimer’s disease. Getting a good night’s sleep restores mental function, problem solving abilities and aids in restoring memories.
  • Keeping your mind active is critical. Challenge yourself with puzzles, card and board games. Enroll in educational courses. Take up a hobby. Do volunteer work. Learn a new activity or skill. All this contributes to a sharp mind.
  • Address any existing health conditions. A healthy body goes hand-in-hand with a healthy, keen mind. Conditions like hypothyroidism, diabetes and high blood pressure have a direct effect on brain function.
  • Start a healthy, brain-boosting diet. Your brain feeds off of the nutritious food you eat. Eating whole grains, veggies and fruit, fish and nuts all lead to building new, healthy brain cells
  • Physical exercise is essential for strong brain function. Moderate to vigorous exercise pumps nutrient- and oxygen-rich blood directly into the brain, specifically into the areas responsible for memory and learning. Thirty to sixty minutes of blood-pumping exercise several days a week will work wonders to brighten your mind.
  • Keep your hormones in good balance. There are high levels of hormones in the brain. They control many functions in the body. When the levels drop, it can affect, among other things, mental clarity.

Shifting to a healthier lifestyle can improve brain function at any age. A little research goes a long way to incorporate better choices in our lives. 

Hormones to Keep A Sharp Mind

Fear not. “Brain fog” isn’t a milestone to live with. It is a condition that can be corrected.

Hormone balance is a critical part of good brain function and keeping your mind sharp. Bio-identical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) is a safe, natural way to keep those levels where they belong. We’re here to help, so download our free e-book and then call us to set up your free consultation. Together, let’s get you on the path to mental sharpness. Within no time you won’t find yourself wandering around and wondering why.

Have Questions?

Choosing a hormone replacement provider AND the right products for you can be overwhelming.

We help men and women every day on their journey to regaining their health, energy and zest for life. We recommend starting by downloading our free e-book below to learn more about BHRT


Our consultations consist of 3 elements:

  1. Draw a blood panel to asses your current hormone levels. (These blood panels may be reimbursable by your insurance company.)
  2. A free 1-on-1 private meeting with one of our hormone experts to review your hormone levels and how that correlates to your current well-being.
  3. Customized plan to provide the exact hormones and dosage to get you back to loving your life.

Grab your e-book below and take your next step to better hormone health.

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