Strategies to Boost Brain Health
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- Does the average person take good care of their brain?
- How much brain health results from genetics versus lifestyle choices?
- Can we take steps toward improving brain health at any age?
- How do we prioritize brain health focus even while managing chronic health conditions?
- What are 10 top-recommended tips for achieving optimal brain health?
- What is the connection between sleep and brain health?
- How do movement and exercise help rejuvenate the brain and what are realistic ways to obtain these benefits even while managing migraine?
- What impact does stress have on us and what simple strategies can we use to limit its effects on our health?
- How can we eat in ways that support optimal brain health?
- How does dehydration affect cognitive performance?
- What considerations do those living with migraine need to have regarding caffeine and alcohol?
- How is social connection relevant to health and well-being?
- What does the pursuit of lifelong learning do for brain health?
- Why is engaging the brain daily in new ways important?
- What are some strategies we can use to effectively “work out” our brains daily?
- Is meditation an effective tool in optimizing brain health?
- What impact does chronic pain have on the brain?
- Is migraine a risk factor for the development of dementia?
- Do migraine medications carry risks of short- or long-term cognitive impairment?
- Is cognitive decline inevitable with aging? How can a decline be avoided through the development of a “cognitive reserve”?
- How can people access screening for memory impairments?
Find more about Krystal L. Culler, DBH, MA and her work here:
- Effects of Walnuts (Juglans regia) on Learning and Memory Functions
- Recent research study on omega-6 and omega-3 fats and migraine
- The Potential Public Health Relevance of Social Isolation and Loneliness: Prevalence, Epidemiology, and Risk Factors
- Migraine and the Risk of All-Cause Dementia, Alzheimer’s Disease, and Vascular Dementia: A Prospective Cohort Study in Community-dwelling Older Adults
- 12 Modifiable Risk Factors to Reduce Dementia Risk
- Virtual Brain Health Center
- Online Brain Health Check-Up Tools and Other Resources
- Virtual Brain Health Center Handouts
- Brain “workouts”
- Lifelong learning
- Social connection
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Krystal L. Culler, DBH, MA
Founder & Creative Director
Virtual Brain Health Center
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