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The Brain Health Website for Optimal Aging

Pat Faust, MGS, CAt

Welcome and thanks for visiting my site! Optimal aging doesn't need to be wishful thinking - it is remarkably attainable - if you know the path to ultimate brain health.  And I can help you. That's

why I'm here.  Hopefully you are here for the same reason. See for yourself!

Finally, Your Personal Coach for an Ageless Brain


       While it is true that:

·       Our brain can change;

·       We can recover aging losses;

·       We can prevent Alzheimer’s disease;

        It requires dedication and consistency in living a healthy

        brain lifestyle to actually change your brain.

Ta Da!

    What I have found is that even though most people want these positive brain changes – it is an                      overwhelming process that is beyond their reach.

    That is why I am personally going to be Your Brain Fitness Coach.

    And because everyone’s brain is different, I will customize these steps to maximize your

    brain outcomes.

    Along the way, we will work on habits and changes; goal setting; memory strategies; organization;                    emotions and their role in chronic disease.

     Since Alzheimer's disease is epidemic, experts around the world are touting the benefit of living a brain

     healthy lifestyle.  1 in 6 of us are going to get Alzheimer's disease. Do you want to take the chance that 

     you will be the one?  I can cut that risk.   Contact Me!

What's Happening?

I am taking on new coaching clients at this time.  My focus is to help clients clarify how coaching with the brain in mind is different from traditional coaching practices.  When we work on the core practices hardwired in the brain, we can actually facilitate change by creating new connections.  Brain cells that fire together, wire together.  Instead of depending on will power to create behavioral change, we work together to create new brain connections that will define behavior.  

Activity is starting to rev up for the events that are coming this year to support Brain Health and Alzheimer’s Research.


Brain Awareness Week is March 16-22, 2020.  Brain Awareness Week is the global campaign to increase public awareness of the programs and benefits of brain research.  It unites the efforts of partner organizations from around the world in a week-long celebration of the brain.  I will be ordering literature to pass out for Brain Awareness Week.  If you should want any literature to pass out during Brain Awareness Week please let me know and I will order it for you.  There is information for kids and older adults alike and it is very high quality.


The Alzheimer’s Association International Conference for 2020 will run from July 26-30 in the host city of Amsterdam.  This conference always releases cutting edge research findings and provides the latest statistics on the global Alzheimer’s epidemic.  They are taking reservations for this year’s conference – now.


Finally, I have a good friend who is an Atlantic Fellow through the Global Brain Health Institute.  GBHI is a leader in the global community dedicated to protecting the world’s aging populations from threats to brain health.  Sometimes we become so isolated from what is happening around the world with the dementia epidemic.  Dr. Krystal Culler, my friend, has been mentioned as a contributor on brain health issues in various international publications.  I learn so much when we talk and I hope that I can pass her information to you in a timely manner.  You will be in on the latest research and emerging programs to support brain health.


March 11:  I will be speaking at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute through the University of Cincinnati.  This is a “Wednesday WOW”.  That simply means that I will be presenting for 2.5 hours – 9:30 am – 12 pm.  The presentation is divided into three parts:  The Aging Brain; The Brain Healthy Lifestyle; Memory and Aging. 


Remember: We can change our brains.  WOW!!


Check out the Aromatherapy page.  This week I am highlighting the oils – Peppermint, Sweet Fennel and Ginger.  Can you guess what they are especially good for?  Nausea!

You can also find the url for Amrita Aromatherapy – the oil house where I have always gotten my oils.  They have a retail site and you can order the oils and other products that you want.





Train your brain to stay on the positive side of life.

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    Patricia Faust MGS. CAt