MSU professor authors new book, '101 Brain Boosters'
Terry Eckmann, Minot State University professor of physical education and international speaker, has authored her first book, "101 Brain Boosters." Published by Healthy Learning and released this month, the book combines brain-based research with practical tips for anyone interested in living a brain-healthy lifestyle. "101 Brain Boosters" highlights 101 different ways in which individuals can take action and achieve optimal brain functioning at all ages and stages of life.
The average life expectancy is approximately 78.7 years, and research indicates that longevity is based on two major factors, genetics and lifestyle choices. Genetics are beyond one's control; but individuals have options, and it is the choices they make that become determinants of their lifestyle. People are living longer, and "101 Brain Boosters" shares key strategies to enhance learning throughout the lifespan. Touching on critical domains, the book includes research-based, brain-healthy choices related to exercise, nutrition, stress management, mental stimulation, socialization and spirituality.
"'101 Brain Boosters' embraces my passion for lifelong learning and a healthy brain and body," Eckmann said. "It is my hope that this book serves as a resource for all lifelong learners who embrace a brain-healthy lifestyle. May everyone live longer and better."
For questions, contact Eckmann at (701)240-1945 or email@example.com.