Magnificent Mind At Any Age with Dr. Daniel Amen
Rights: Unlimited, 11/26/08 to 12/31/14 (Live Linear Streaming available)
Core 1 x 60
Pledge Event 1 x 90
In this powerful follow-up to his highly successful pledge special Change Your Brain, Change Your Life, Dr. Daniel Amen, in an all new pledge program, Magnificent Mind at Any Age, explores the many natural ways that we can not only keep our brains healthy as we age, but improve and enhance our brain power. An improved brain will allow us to be more effective, more successful, and happier in our personal and professional lives.
In this 3-part special, Dr. Amen covers a wide range of topics including:
· How the brain helps us become wiser with age.
· Normal is a myth. From time to time most of us will need a little help.
· Natural treatments for the brain. (the pros and cons)
· Natural ways to help ADD, anxiety and depression.
· Four questions that have the potential to change your life.
· Five practical ways to boost willpower.
· Twelve prescriptions to help you develop a brain healthy life.
· Natural ways to boost your memory, sleep and help with pain.
· A very simple prescription that can add as many as 14 years to your life.
Change Your Brain, Change Your Life was one of the smash hits of pledge this past March and June – and is still going strong! The program has already helped tens of thousands of PBS viewers to embrace a brain healthy life. Magnificent Mind at Any Age is the anticipated sequel that will inspire audiences to explore the many natural ways they, plus their family and friends, can boost their brainpower, attack common brain illnesses like ADD and depression, and increase their chances for long-term brain health.
Act One: 20:58
Act Two: 17:12
Act Three: 20:11
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