What you can do: Protect your kids by knowing the symptoms of concussion, and if they're injured, bring them back to the doc for a follow-up visit.
What you can do: Be diligent about follow-up visits with your child’s doctor after a concussion.
What you can do: Socialize, read, spend time with friends, and try hobbies that challenge your brain.
What you can do: Sleep in if you can and don’t feel guilty.
What you can do: Avoid mentally strenuous activities before a workout or competition; try to give your mind a rest if you want your body to perform at its peak.
What you can do: Retired? Sign up for a continuing education course and eat salad every day.
What you can do: Add pleasant, natural odors to your bedroom.
What you can do: Keep challenging your memory throughout life; take notes if you become a little forgetful.
What you can do: Ask your doctor for a simple blood test to determine if your body has vitamin D.
What you can do: Keep your brain active with daily challenges and a rich social life.