Brain Health For Optimal Aging
Do you experience?
Are these changes forever?
Increased risk for Alzheimer’s disease
Decreased cognitive function
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 email@example.com to set up a free brain health evaluation.
It is never too early or too late to reclaim your brain!
May is Older Americans Month, a time designated by President Gerald Ford to honor and celebrate Older Americans. Since I now fall into this category, I intend on making the most of whatever this month has to offer! Of course, there are some notable dates:
May 7 The Kentucky Derby: This is the first leg of the Triple Crown of horseracing.
May 8 Mother’s Day: Remember your mom and if you are the mom – remind your kids!
May 30 Memorial Day: This is a holiday in the U.S. to honor those brave men and women who laid down their life for their country.
May is also the celebration of the full return of spring. In most parts of the country, the temperature is finally getting warm enough to plant flowers. Color is back!
My blog this month was on volunteering. You will find that volunteering brings major benefits to your brain. There is a need for volunteers across the board. The numbers of volunteers have not risen to pre-pandemic levels and the need is great. I encourage you to look at the blog and discover all the personal benefits you will receive from committing to helping out!
With that said, I am going to launch my campaign to enlist volunteers and donations to the Walk to End Alzheimer’s. There is so much research going on surrounding all the phases of Alzheimer’s and much has been learned about the disease. But there is no treatment or cure discovered yet and the push continues to enable treatment to find the first survivor. We boomers are at a very vulnerable age now. Our risks increase and the number of us who might develop the disease can cause a crush on caregivers and strain the medical system. We need to take this seriously. I am teaching all the time about how we can prevent Alzheimer’s by the lifestyle that we live. If you can’t figure out how to start and keep that brain healthy lifestyle going, I would be happy to set up coaching sessions with you. This is now the rest of our future. How do you want to live your senior years?
One more food for thought: the world is struggling now. The continued stress of the 24/7 news cycle can cause physical and mental harm. I have written many articles about the impact of stress on our brains. Revisit some of those blogs because our brain is in survival mode right now and that can create chronic stress. Cortisol is released in the chronic stress mode, and it kills brain cells. You need to be mindful of how you are handling all this information. Personally, I avoid watching the news all the time because I get too depressed. I joined a feel-good Facebook group – Golden Retriever Rescue, and a Cincinnati Zoo twitter feed. That is what I look at first thing in the morning because they make me smile and pull me out of the tension of current events. Find your own feel-good place and use it. It is an important thing to do!
Stay Well Everyone,