Sun, 11 April 2021

6:30 pm - 7:30 pm BST

Zoom

How to Maintain a Healthy Brain Throughout Your Life

Dr James Goodwin in conversation with Matthew Stadlen

Discover how simple strategies concerning exercise, diet, social life and sleep can transform your brain health paradigm, helping to optimise brain performance and halt cognitive decline.

The brain is our most vital and complex organ. It controls and coordinates our actions, thoughts and interactions with the world around us. It is the source of personality, of our sense of self, and it shapes every aspect of our human experience.

Yet most of us know precious little about how our brains actually work, or what we can do to optimise their performance. Whilst cognitive decline is the biggest long-term health worry for many of us, practical knowledge of how to look after our brain is thin on the ground.

Combining the latest scientific research with insightful storytelling and practical advice, this talk by health scientist Dr James Goodwin will reveal everything you need to know about how your brain functions, and what you can do to keep it in peak condition.

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Dr James Goodwin

Special Advisory to the Global Council on Brain Health

Dr James Goodwin is Special Advisor to the Global Council on Brain Health. He holds a Chair at Exeter University Medical School and is a Professor of Physiology at Loughborough University. Dr Goodwin was previously Chief Scientist at Age UK, Britain’s foremost non-profit dedicated to improving the lives of older people and delivering the benefits of research into ageing.

Matthew Stadlen

Broadcaster, writer and regular How To Academy host.

Matthew Stadlen is a broadcaster, writer and regular How To Academy host. Previously he was an LBC presenter, wrote The Matthew Stadlen Interview for the Telegraph and presented the TV series Five Minutes With and On The Road With for the BBC. He is a birdwatcher and photographer, and his book How To See Birds is out now. Twitter: @matthewstadlen