Imagine a closet in the back corner of your brain. It’s packed full of worries, stressors, and struggles that are unique to your life. As you move through your day-to-day tasks, it’s very common to take any negative feelings and lock them in your mind’s closet, willing them to go away. This is what most of us have been taught to do; push negative and harmful thoughts to the back of our minds.
It turns out you CAN teach an old dog new tricks. Not only that, but it’s good for your brain. Remember those piano lessons you took as a kid? Memorizing verb conjugations in Spanish? Volunteering at a food pantry? Believe it or not, revisiting some of those long-lost interests or finding similar ones later in life can actually rewire your brain to become healthier and prevent diseases like Alzheimer’s.
As we age, neuroinflammation and changes to blood flow impact our ability to concentrate, remember details, and process information. However, scientists have learned that older adults can build neuronal connections just like younger people and minimize the aging process of the brain. What can you do to optimize your brain performance as you age? In this webinar, Dr. Sita Kedia will address the best ways to improve your cognitive function, reduce your risk for dementia, and maintain mental acuity as you get older.
Stress and emotions impact the heart, but the reverse is also true. Your body has the inherent power to calm down your mind when you are tense. In this webinar, cardiologist Dr. Lauren Munsch Dal Farra discusses stress and the connection between the heart and mind. She will also address how you can tap into the heart-mind connection when you are in a state of stress.
Ready to reset, work on your longevity, or lose weight? We invite you to participate in our ProLon® Challenge, a group wellness tournament to help boost metabolism and improve cellular health. To help monitor your level of fast and fat-burning, we have added the Biosense™ Breath Ketone Monitor to your kit. This tool will help you stay true to your fast and understand what is happening in your body as you move into ketosis and autophagy. Being in periods of ketosis helps protect the brain, improves cardiometabolic markers such as cholesterol and glucose resistance, and promotes longevity. The challenge includes a 5-day Fasting Mimicking Diet meal kit ($250 value), a Biosense™ Breath Ketone Monitor ($299 value), email encouragement throughout the week for motivation and accountability, and the chance to win a 75-minute Lymphatic Restorative Massage ($160 value). We encourage you to complete an optional Body Composition Analysis before and after the challenge to measure your results, for an additional $20 each.
Ready to reset, work on your longevity, or lose weight? We invite you to participate in our ProLon® Challenge, a group wellness tournament to help boost metabolism and improve cellular health. To help monitor your level of fast and fat-burning, we have added the Biosense™ Breath Ketone Monitor to your kit. This tool will help you stay true to your fast and understand what is happening in your body as you move into ketosis and autophagy. Being in periods of ketosis helps protect the brain, improves cardiometabolic markers such as cholesterol and glucose resistance, and promotes longevity.
Is your child having problems with focus, attention, stress, anxiety, or school performance? PALM Health has a neurofeedback package specially designed to help children and families address these symptoms. Neurofeedback, or “brain training,” is a learning therapy that measures brainwaves, then provides performance-based feedback to improve various brain functions such as attention. The virtual package includes your choice of all-virtual sessions or a combination of in-person and virtual sessions, as well as two months of remote neurofeedback software and equipment rental.
All of us have probably experienced episodes of brain fog at some point in our lives. It’s not uncommon to forget someone’s name or where you parked the car. However, if you find these incidents happening frequently or on a daily basis, you may be suffering from persistent brain fog.
Students seeking to improve academic performance or students with ADHD can benefit from neurofeedback sessions, which help to improve focus, memory, and mental clarity. In this seminar, neurotherapist Ashley Wiegand will address how neurofeedback can help students reduce performance and test anxiety. Ashley will also elaborate on the Neurofeedback Student Package offered at PALM Health, for students seeking to improve their performance in school or manage their ADHD symptoms.
The human brain is the most complex organ in the body; naturally, it makes sense that the brain requires a range of specific vitamins and minerals in order to function properly. In this seminar, registered dietitian Katheryn Scauzzo will take a deeper look at brain-boosting nutrients such as antioxidants, B vitamins, healthy fats, and omega-3 fatty acids to help you choose the best foods to fuel your body’s most intricate organ.