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Brain Health For Optimal Aging




Do you experience?

  • Memory slips

  • Brain fog

  • Scrambled thinking

  • Brain burnout


Are these changes forever?

  • Increased risk for Alzheimer’s disease

  • Decreased cognitive function

  • Lethargy

  • Anxiety, depression


Don’t let fear hold you back:

  • Time to retrain your brain

  • Learn and live a brain healthy lifestyle

  • Reduce your risk for dementia

  • Learn tools and strategies to improve your memory skills

  • Increase your cognitive skills

  • Discover your life purpose


We are all capable of reclaiming and retraining our brain and build cognitive reserve to protect our brain.


My purpose and passion is to bring Brain Health to you.

I will show you how to reclaim your brain and your life.


Coaching spots are open for 3-month, 6-month or 12-month sessions.


Contact me at patricia@myboomerbrain.com to set up a free brain health evaluation.


It is never too early or too late to reclaim your brain!


What's Happening?

     November 22, 2022


November in the United States is a unique month.  Every other year we have elections for local, regional, and national candidates and issues.  The process is quite interesting and highly charged.  But by the end of the month, we are celebrating Thanksgiving.  For some people, it can cause whiplash trying to put the realities of their lives aside for a chance to be grateful for the lives they have.  It doesn’t come naturally for many people.  My blogs this month focus on being grateful when times are tough.  This is the third Thanksgiving I am posting this blog.  The advice is valuable, and I believe that many people need reminding about gratitude – if even for a day.


Brain aging and brain health have been my focus for at least sixteen years.  Finally, it is getting the attention it deserves.  I assume you all know that I am a boomer! (lol) There is one aspect of brain aging and health that is mentioned consistently but specific risk factors and effects of chronic disease are not discussed in specific terms.  Since I am a leading-edge boomer and I understand chronic disease, I am going to write and speak on how chronic diseases impact our brains.  The boomers have not entered their older years in the healthiest of conditions.  Most boomers have at least two chronic diseases they are dealing with.  I want to emphasize what is happening to our brains and how we can decrease our risks for dementia. 


Thank you to all my Boomer Brain friends.  I am grateful for your interest and encouragement.  To those in the U.S. enjoy your Thanksgiving and to all of those in other areas of the world, have your own personal Thanksgiving Day. 


With gratitude,


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    Patricia Faust MGS. CAt 


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