I recently contributed a chapter to a book called How to Stay Healthy, Active, & Sharp in Retirement. The book offers advice from 15 medical experts–including yours truly–about how to make the most of retirement age and how to stay sharp in retirement. It offers strategies to address the physical and mental issues that commonly confront us in our 50s, 60s, and 70s.
The book, edited and compiled by Paul and Julianne McKeon from popular Australian website My Life Change, covers a range of topics, from meditation to anxiety to sleep to food. It’s full of practical, actionable advice from leaders in the fields of medicine, fitness, nutrition, and psychology. In my chapter, I explain how you can use the power of your plastic brain to stay sharp and active as you age. This is a useful book for anyone in their 50s, 60s, and beyond.
To learn more about this book or buy it online, you can visit the My Life Change website.