Fabric of Ingenuity in Global Business Acceleration
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As a scientist, I know that the consensus of my tribe is that the self is created through the electrochemical activity of the brain. For most neurosurgeons, and most doctors generally, the body produces the mind, and when the body stops functioning, the mind stops, just like a picture projected on a screen does if the projector is unplugged. So when I announced to the world that during my seven days of coma I not only remained fully conscious but journeyed to a stunning world of beauty and peace and unconditional love, I knew I was stirring up a very volatile pot. Critics have maintained that my near-death experience, like similar experiences others before me have claimed, was a brain-based delusion cobbled together by my synapses only after they had somehow recovered from the blistering weeklong attack. This is certainly the assessment I would have made myself—before my experience.
-- Eben Alexander, MD, Proof of Heaven, 2012
Jan. 13, 2014: The results of the Advanced Cognitive Training for Independent and Vital Elderly (ACTIVE) study, released today, show that as little as 10 hours per month of training in memory, reasoning, or speed-of-processing improves cognitive function in older adults. It has the potential to reduce the number of people with functional impairment by 38 percent by 2050. The study followed nearly 3,000 people age 65 and older for 10 years. The study, funded by the National Institutes of Health, shows that a modest investment in these sorts of mind training exercises reduces the incidence of dementia and Alzheimer's disease.