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Don’t Neglect Your Mental Fitness

Mental fitness is a concept used to help us enhance our thought patterns and overall mental and cognitive well-being. Just as the body can be strengthened through physical exercise, our minds too can be made more resilient through conscious training and healthy lifestyle practices. By developing an awareness of our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, we…

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Build a Solid Foundation with Healthy Habits for a Healthy Brain

We tend not to think very much about our brain when we’re young. That might be a bit of a philosophical conundrum (can a brain think about itself?), but it also can carry unfortunate repercussions down the road. It’s important to build a strong foundation of brain health for better aging, both physically and mentally.…

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Cutting Through Brain Fog: How to Gain Clarity

Brain fog is one of the more common symptoms we see in practice, as well as being one of the most elusive and hard to pin down. A sudden onset of poor concentration, mental fatigue, inability to focus, confusion, and memory issues make even the simplest tasks seem overwhelming and can negatively affect all aspects…

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What to Know About Alzheimer’s and Dementia

Elderly couple walking; what ot know about Azlheimer's and dementia.

Azheimer’s disease and dementia are conditions that more commonly affect people over age 65, but can occur earlier in life in the form of early-onset Alzheimer’s disease or early-onset dementia. The severity of these conditions can vary from person to person, and may worsen as they get older. These conditions are relatively common, and a…

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