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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
I HELP PEOPLE LEARN HOW TO PREVENT ALZHEIMER'S IN THEIR LIFE
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.
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
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!
I am taking on new coaching clients at this time. My focus is to help people learn how to prevent Alzheimer’s in their lives. If you are interested please send me an email – firstname.lastname@example.org. We will set up a time to talk about what the program is all about and what your expectations are. Since there is no cure for Alzheimer’s at this time I believe this information is critical to maintaining a high functioning brain until you die.
Wow – we are finishing up the year!! After Halloween ends, Christmas is here. Thanksgiving is such a pleasant break. I have one more newsletter before Thanksgiving, so I will do the gratitude blog next newsletter.
Besides Thanksgiving, there are a few other causes that draw attention this month. National Family Caregiver Month is celebrated in November. Caregivers are so far below anyone’s radar that having one month to honor them just isn’t nearly enough. These people are heroes for the sacrifices they make in their own lives to care for those they love.
Now it also happens to be Alzheimer’s Awareness Month. Ironically, President Ronald Reagan made this designation in 1983. Alzheimer’s Disease is the sixth leading cause of death and the only disease in the top ten that has no cure. I repeatedly get questions about what makes Alzheimer’s different from memory issues due to aging. I found a simple explanation of Alzheimer’s Disease Symptoms:
Alzheimer’s Disease Symptoms
Part of Alzheimer’s disease awareness is knowing the symptoms so you can know whether a loved one may be developing it. The symptoms include:
Memory Loss – People may forget things they’ve learned as well as dates and events. They may also ask for the same information over and over again.
Trouble Planning or Solving Problems – You may notice a loved one taking longer to complete tasks they used to be able to do much quicker. You may also notice they have trouble following directions, even a simple recipe becomes complex.
Confusion with Time or Place – People with Alzheimer’s often lose track of time. They also forget where they are and even how they got there.
Misplacing Things & Unable to Retrace Steps – As people forget dates and events they may also start to misplace objects. Although they would be able to retrace their steps in the past and find what they were looking for, that is no longer the case. This may lead them to accuse others of stealing because they can no longer find what’s theirs.
Mood & Personality Changes – Because of the changes that are going on in their mind, you may notice major shifts in mood and personality. They may become confused, suspicious and even depressed.
I promise to give you the most current information on how to prevent Alzheimer’s disease. And, remember that I coach on helping you have a healthy, ageless brain until the end of your time. Just click on ‘Contact Pat’.
" Life is really simple, but we insist on making it complicated. "- Confucius
Enjoy your day,