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Where Did I Leave My Glasses?

by Martha Lear

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Published by Grand Central Publishing in New York .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL24274111M
ISBN 109780446511414

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Where Did I Leave My Glasses? by Martha Lear Download PDF EPUB FB2

When I read the title of this book, I thought "I need this." As so many of my age group (60+) know, the memory "ain't what it used to be." Reading this book has given me some relief in that I am not the only one who has has those "tip of the tongue" moments.

It's well written and informative. I would recommend it to anyone of any age/5(40). When I read the title of this book, I thought "I need this." As so many of my age group (60+) know, the memory "ain't what it used to be." Reading this book has given me some relief in that I am not the only one who has has those "tip of the tongue" moments.

It's well written and informative. I would recommend it to anyone of any age/5(48). The humor found in "Where Did I Leave My Glasses?" was the only part I enjoyed in this book; and believe me there are a LOT of laughs to be had. All of the explanations, bits of research and new brain studies covered by the author lead me to believe that we really don't know very much about the brain and memory/5.

Where did I put my glasses. you frantically ask. We’ve all been there: bleary-eyed and rushing around in the morning, searching for that elusive pair of glasses that are never in the same spot twice. Reading the text in front of you isn’t the hardest part —.

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Where DId I Leave My Glasses is a valuable book for anyone over the age of fifty or anyone dealing with family or friends who may have memory issues. The brain research is presented in a most readable manner/5(40). Where Did I Leave My Glasses. The What, When, and Why of Normal Memory Loss (Book): Lear, Martha Weinman: So your memory's not what it used to be.

You forget people's names, or what you were just about to say, or why you went into the kitchen. Often you forget where you left your keys (your wallet, your glasses, your list of Things to Do Tomorrow). I found “Where Did I Leave My Glasses?” enormously comforting and reassuring in the face of the spectre that haunts our increasingly long-lived Western populations – Altzheimer’s.

Lear’s book’s central message is that most memory lapses beginning in middle age are universal: a normal part of the inevitable process of aging. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Where Did I Leave My Glasses?: The What, When, and Why of Normal Memory Loss by Martha Lear at Barnes & Noble.

FREE. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your patience. Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help/5(4). Martha Weinman Lear is the author of Where Did I Leave My Glasses. as well as the bestsellers The Child Worshipers and Heartsounds, which became a Peabody Award-winning film/5.

Oh gosh, if you’re like me they could be anywhere. Check these places first: Car glasses compartment Nightstand drawer Kitchen counter Under or between couch cushions Let’s hope not. Under the bed Behind you on the ground If you have not found the.

Where Did I Leave My Glasses. (Hardcover) The What, When, and Why of Normal Memory Loss. By Martha Lear. Wellness Central,pp. Publication Date: February 1, Other Editions of This Title: Paperback (3/25/) Hardcover, Large Print, Large Print (3/1/).

Where Did I Leave My Glasses, by Martha Lear was nestled among many books on the “new book” shelf at my local library and caught my attention immediately for. Where Did I Leave My Glasses. - eBook. Average rating: 0 out of 5 stars, based on 0 reviews Write a review. Martha Lear. $ $ 3.

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[Martha Weinman Lear] -- According to Martha Weinman Lear and the memory experts she taps in the book, the memory lapses that begin in middle age are typically no cause for alarm. In other words: You're normal. In fact. Get this from a library.

Where did I leave my glasses?: the what, when, and why of normal memory loss. [Martha Weinman Lear] -- According to author Lear and the memory experts she taps in the book, the memory lapses that begin in middle age are typically no cause for alarm.

In fact, remembering less in later years is rarely a. Get this from a library. Where did I leave my glasses?: the what, when, and why of normal memory loss. [Martha Weinman Lear] -- Interweaving new findings from brain-scan studies with anecdotes, author Martha Lear explores the upside of memory loss, the differences between his and her memories, why we are actually wired to.

Where Did I Leave My Glasses. The What, When, and Why of Normal Memory Loss. ("Beyond the Botox Generation"). The book is organized to read straight through, though readers can jump ahead to read a particular memory issue chapter.

Readers will find answers to normal memory loss, memory disorders, and memory strategies. My mum is so ditzy and she is always losing her glasses. She will hunt for them for ages only to realize they are on her head and once she even found them in the fridge.

– Michelle Ellis.So your memory's not what it used to be? You forget people's names, or what you were just about to say, or why you went into the kitchen. Often you forget where you left your keys (your wallet, your glasses, your list of Things to Do Tomorrow).Perhaps the greatest source of anxiety for America's aging boomers is what's happening to their memory.

Lear provides reassurance (a certain amount of forgetfulness in the middle-aged and young elderly is normal) along with the holy quartet of memory aids: eat healthily, avoid stress, get lots of sleep, and exercise both body and mind regularly.

For those who fear early-onset .