Use Thumb Stimulation to Rejuvenate Your Brain!

by Yoshiya Hasegawa

ISBN978-4-7631-3506-3 C0036

160 pages / December 2015 / 1,300 yen (w/o tax)

A powerful health method approved by top doctors that takes only one minute a day!


“I no longer forget things!” “My head’s clear!” “I’m no longer jittery!”

This book thoroughly discusses “thumb stimulation,” which has been causing quite a stir all over the country. Your fingers are thought to act as a “second brain,” and it’s long been said that people who keep their fingers busy stay sharp through old age. But how exactly should we be using our fingers? This book introduces a way to improve your brain’s health that cognitive impairment prevention experts stand behind. It improves blood flow, revitalizes, and rejuvenates. Try this miraculous health method right away!

From the table of contents

Prologue              The fingers are your “second brain”
Chapter 1            The thumb’s miraculous power to revive memory and bodily strength
Chapter 2            Rejuvenate your brain with “thumb stimulation”

Chapter 3            Rejuvenate your brain with the “thumb stimulation lifestyle”
Chapter 4            11 things to avoid for a healthy brain

From the editor

When it comes to grasping, holding, tying, shutting, turning, and other important daily actions, our thumbs are extremely important. This book contains the fruits of Hasegawa’s research about the brain and fingers that you’ll find especially interesting and helpful. This is a must-read!


Yoshiya Hasegawa

Yoshiya Hasegawa was born in Nagoya, Japan. He graduated from the Nagoya City University Graduate School of Medical Sciences and Medical School as a doctor of medicine. As one of Japan’s leading cognitive impairment medical specialists, he treats up to 1,000 patients per month. His research on the relationship between the brain and fingers allowed him to develop “thumb stimulation,” which is a method proven to be the answer to cognitive impairment prevention and brain injury rehabilitation. This has gained him nationwide recognition, with requests for lectures and writing coming in regularly. He established a cognitive repair clinic that provides a house-call service in Gifu, Japan, in 2000. The clinic has served numerous patients within a 100-kilometer radius. Of the more than 30,000 house calls the clinic has performed since its opening, over 400 have involved providing end-of-life care.