Reverse Brain Fog

How will you enhance your cognitive function as you age?

Brain fog and cognitive decline can occur at any age, and it’s a common concern for Women Over 50. Natural remedies such as exercise, diet and targeted supplementation can resolve Brain Fog.  Certain foods can reduce brain inflammation. Dr. Perry will share specific strategies to enhance memory and improve brain fitness.

Explore the health disciplines of Acupuncture and Functional Medicine and discover how they can prove useful for solving forgetfulness and difficulty concentrating.  Discover how to recognize the signs of early Alzheimer’s, and much more. Learn in-depth and practical tips for managing stress, anxiety, foggy thinking, brain fatigue and prevention of cognitive decline.

Cognitive decline is avoidable. Whether you are experiencing brain fog, feeling like your memory is not what it used to be, or just concerned about what your genetics may be telling you about your brain health, you can take steps today to strengthen and maintain your mental clarity and cognitive health.

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