Did you know that your brain continues to make new cells for your entire life? The cultural belief that we lose brain function as we age is just that – a cultural belief. In this video I share my one tip for keeping your brain sharp no matter how many years you have been on the planet. Learn how to stop seeing your age as a limitation so that your brain – and the rest of your body – can continue to thrive for your lifetime.
Keep Your Brain Sharp With This One Tip!
by Christiane Northrup, M.D.
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I love this inspiration!! And I SO agree with you! Half of what makes us feel old (especially women, perhaps?) is those around us constantly reminding us that we are now old, and we are “invisible” to the world! Good grief— THAT is depressing! Your message is so Right On. THANK YOU.
I hope too that we can have more clothing designers who honor the beauty of being this age. It is BEAUTIFUL and there are many cultures in the world that honor this with beautiful garments that Fit and Flatter! 🙂
Thank you for what YOU do for women!
Many thanks for this inspiring video, I stand by it 100% but it’s some of my friends really believe the ageism myths
and I am happy to be verified and uplifted by you!
As the years have gone by, I find that my friends all people of ALL ages. It’s important to associate with people who have stepped out of the age portal. I actually do NOT want to know anyone’s age anymore. Try it. You’ll find it very liberating. I no longer associate with those who are ageist. Why? Cause they bore me. Unless they too would like to learn how to be out of the cage too.
Well Christian this video. reminds me of my Mom…and me!!…we were like sisters…were inseparable. .after NY divorce. Thank God I inherited her genes. …Now single. 73 back in the work force…and having the best years of my life..
Wow! Dr. Northrup, what a needed boost! I just watched 3 videos. Fantastic way to start the day. I’m feeling so much better already. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
Right on sister goddess. You are my inspiration. Letting go of chronological age without a role model in my social circle has been tough but I finally found Phyliss. God bless you!!
“I’m 38 with 150 years of wisdom”. Thank you Dr. Northrop!!!
Thank you for all you do for us I have learn more about us women Iam so thank full for you in my life and all your teachings God Bless You always ✨✨
Dr Northrup, YOU ARE GREAT! It is Always such a Pleasure to listen to Your videos and read about Your Life Experience, expertise, wisdom, suggestions. So sorry there is an Ocean between us …I live in Italy…Thank God/Goddess internet exists! Thank you for caring. Thank you for Sharing! A hug! Rita
As a woman of a certain age, I absolutely agree with you Dr. Northrup. I recently broke my right ankle and am experiencing sciatic nerve pain in the left leg, jeez. I get tired of people saying “that’s what happens when you get old.” These injuries have nothing to do with age! Please keep spreading the news. Thank you!
I never hide my age and proudly tell people I just turned 60 but I always feel like I’m about 35 years young and my grown kids all say their friends never believe my age as I don’t look it and I think it’s because I always feel 35 inside so this is great advice as I’ve done this for years!
YES! And again I say, YES!! One question I have pondered with friends is “How old would you be if you didn’t know how old you are?” In other words, how old are you in your head, not in the mirror, not on your driver’s license, but in your head? In my head, I’m in my early 40s. And the other part of the equation is whatever falsehoods we’ve bought into about what we expect our longevity to be. I’ve been saying for years that I’m going to live to be at least 106 and remains, healthy, vital, and mentally sharp. That’s what I intend, so that’s what I expect. And I think I’m changing my biology with my beliefs. Good for you, Dr. Northrup – keep up the good work! (And I love what your daughter Kate is doing, too.)
You are so right…. I very seldom think of my age or share with anyone. However, there are always people who will remind you that you are such and such age. To bad, doesn’t work for me, age is only a number. Thank you. Joyce
Thank You! I just turned #%& and actually got “carded” asking for the senior discount in a restaurant that offers one. The waiter was very suspicious looking at my ID.
I told him about my vitamins, exercise program, healthy diet, (except for Saturday Champagne and Sunday night Ice Cream) and NEVER dressing my age.
Thank You Dr. Northrup for all of this priceless information!
You are such an inspiration to all, Yes I now know why I feel so young, my brain does not accept old age.
I will continue allowing my brain and soul to live the life as if I have not age.
Your topics are all up my alley, Thank you for sharing with us your wisdom.
This is so wonderful. And yes, it is crappy that society constantly tries to *remind* us of how old we are and should act. That was a beautiful story. In my own mind I feel 35, not almost upper 40’s. It’s no one’s business really. Good advice Dr. Northrup!!!
Thank you!!! I agree! I am a healthcare practicioner who treats older adults. There is something to be said for “not acting your age.”
This is my ageless year 🙂
Share who is your stylist – you look awesome