Short Term Memory and Help

I just finished reading a new study showing the use of ultrasound vibration in very specific areas of the brain for people with Alzheimer’s and possibly helping them. Below is the specific article.

I’m always thinking of easy and natural hacks to the complex technology and expensive world.

Watch the video as I share with you what Tellington-TTOUCH Heart Hugs can do for you and your better brain health. And please continue to read below, too.

When we use Heart Hugs, with the addition of smiling and gratitude we can stimulate our healthy neurotransmitters like dopamine, endorphins and serotonin. Smiling relaxes your body and it can lower your hear rate and blood pressure, too.

It is even an extra good one when you add in what you are actually grateful for. This makes it more meaningful to your whole wellness activation cues. You might be grateful to be alive. Or that your dog loves you. Even be grateful for food on your plate and that you have the ability to bring good food to your mouth. I know I always am. Remember, it’s the simple things in life that can make the difference for all of us.

What does natural sound and vibration to for our health and well-being? How has mankind used sound, humming, singing, bells, drums and more for thousands of years? Purring kitties give us good feelings, as does singing to ourselves and with others. When we talk to another person and they respond with “uh hum,” or “hmm,” we know we are heard. We resonate with it in all languages across the globe.

In the video we talk about how we can take good care of ourselves and add our sound to vibrate in our brain on a nice and healthy frequency. Try it, it can feel so nice.

Here’s to letting your Amygdala do its job and not be over-worked. And activating your Hippocampus and keeping it alive and well. Now, that’s some living and affordable, too!

Here is the link to the study:

In good health– Elinor Silverstein