The 10-minute tip to keeping your mind sharp

It’s ridiculously easy and it outsmarts dementia

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Hey Matt Cook here, and I know we all like to joke about having “senior moments” when we misplace our keys or forget why we walked into a room.

But losing your memory and mental sharpness can be scary, both for you and your loved ones.

I’ve seen it in my own family, and it’s heartbreaking.

And a lot of men think this kind of cognitive decline is just inevitable as we age.

But I’m here to tell you, that’s simply not true.

In fact, there’s a ridiculously easy thing you can do right now to keep your mind in top shape…

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The 10-minute tip to keeping your mind sharp

“I’m having a senior moment” is a popular saying when folks leave their keys in the wrong place or forget why they went into a room.

But even though we joke about it, losing memory function can be seriously debilitating and devastating for the people experiencing it…

…as well as their families.

I’ve dealt with this in my own family, and it’s not a good time.

To make the problem of memory loss worse, there are also no good medical interventions for it. At least not yet.Some people even view brain deterioration and the loss of cognitive function as something that’s inevitable.

But it’s not.There are simple things you can do to improve your memory and cognitive ability.

You have more control over how well your brain works than you probably realize.

And most of the interventions that work are simple.

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In a study from the University of California, researchers found that a small amount of physical activity can have a huge impact on brain function.

In a study of 36 healthy young adults, the researchers discovered that a single 10-minute period of mild exertion can yield considerable cognitive benefits.

This study used an MRI to look at the brains of the folks in the trial right after a short exercise session.

The team examined subjects’ brains shortly after exercise sessions and saw better connectivity between the hippocampal dentate gyrus and cortical areas linked to detailed memory processing.

When the subjects did a bit of mild exercise they found an immediate positive impact on the physical brain structures that are involved in memory.

It didn’t take a lot of exercise either.

The researchers found that even 10 minutes of exercise resulted in better cognition, and the results happened RIGHT AWAY.

I find this interesting, because I like interventions that give you good results immediately. It motivates people to keep going.

What we observed is that these 10-minute periods of exercise showed results immediately afterward.

The scientists strongly encouraged folks to take small breaks to get up and move around…

…because even short and mild exercise breaks can have a huge impact on cognition.

A little bit of physical activity can go a long way, Yassa stressed. “It’s encouraging to see more people keeping track of their exercise habits — by monitoring the number of steps they’re taking, for example,” he said. “Even short walking breaks throughout the day may have considerable effects on improving memory and cognition.”

When it comes to physical activity, this short and easy way is the approach that I think works best for most people as well.

I’ve found in my coaching that for many men to have better health and killer sexual function…

…doing physical activity that they enjoy, and building physical activity into their lifestyle, is the best bet.

My colleague, Heather, even went so far as to locate her office on the third floor of her house so steps would be built into her daily routine.

This is a pretty smart approach.

Ultimately, being thoughtful about incorporating physical activity into your daily routine can be very helpful in having better health…

…including improving your memory and cognitive function.So while these short exercise breaks are a great start, there’s so much more you can do to protect your brain health and keep dementia at bay.

And that’s exactly what I’m showing you in my special Dementia Prevention Workshop.

In this interactive experience, I’m working together with you through all the latest research on what really works to keep your mind sharp as a tack, no matter your age.

We’re covering everything from the best brain-boosting foods, to the most effective mental exercises you can do anywhere.

I’m also talking about some supplements that can make a huge difference in your cognitive function.

And the best part is, none of it is complicated or time-consuming.

These are all simple, practical strategies you can start using right away to see real results.

Imagine how great it will feel to have a razor-sharp memory, unshakable focus…

…and the peace of mind that comes with knowing you’re doing everything you can to avoid dementia down the road.

To claim your spot in this one-of-a-kind Dementia Workshop with personalized coaching, just click here.

I think you’ll LOVE it, and there’s no obligation whatsoever. You do it on your own schedule, from your own home.

I just want to make sure you have all the tools you need to keep your mind in peak condition for years to come.

You’ve got nothing to lose and so much to gain.


Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.