We want our brains to remain fully functioning until we’re 100.
But will that happen? What makes the difference in whether our brains stay healthy or not?
Daniel Amen, MD has conducted over 70,000 brain scans and thus has some hard-won insight into what the pre-cursors might be to a less-than-optimally-functioning brain.
Based on patterns found in these scans, he has formulated a number of theories relating to the brain and ADD, depression, and overeating, among other things.
What is the single most important thing he has learned from looking at these 70,000 scans?
Watch the short video below to hear his answer.
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