Current keynotes include:
Prevention is Possible
for health-practitioner audiences
Utilizing a strong scientific foundation both through their own research and the research of others, Dr. Dean and Dr. Ayesha Sherzai present a solid case for the reduction of Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia through prevention. Looking at the current rates of diagnosis, the Sherzais pinpoint specific lifestyle choices that have a direct impact on the reduction in an individual’s risk for an Alzheimer’s or dementia diagnosis. Perfect for health and wellness audiences, the Sherzais teach:
- The challenges that come with a rapidly increasing Alzheimer’s and dementia diagnosis rate and the physical, mental and financial burden it carries for the loved one and their caregivers
- The methods and importance of imaging as it relates to diagnosis, prediction and progression tracking as well as assessing treatment response.
- Alzheimer’s risk factors, both preventable (environmental and lifestyle) and non-preventable (genetic and bodily trauma)
- The best ways to reduce Alzheimer’s risk through changes in preventable risk factors through diet, exercise, social interaction, healthy sleep patterns, etc and the current scientific findings
The N-E-U-R-O Plan:
A Simple Framework
for Optimal Brain Health
for consumer audiences
Searching for practical, proven ways to optimize your brain? This keynote presentation focuses on the Sherzai’s N-E-U-R-O plan. In it, Dr. Dean and Dr. Ayesha teach audiences the five most important pieces to a healthy brain. With the diagnosis rate of brain-related diseases skyrocketing, it is heartening to learn that prevention lies not in complicated lifestyle detours, but in simple changes that can be made all at once or adopted a little at a time. This practical framework is rooted in science yet easy enough to work into everyday life. In this presentation, audiences learn:
- The importance of nutrition and the best way to nourish your body for optimal brain health
- How to build healthy, sustainable levels of exercise into your daily routine
- The art of mindfulness and how this practice of unwinding plays a big role in long-term health
- How to best prioritize and achieve restful sleep in a society that doesn’t value or make time for it
- The role of mental and social activity with our families and community, and how engaging your brain on these levels help preserve clarity and sharpness
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Please note: at this time we are booked to capacity through early 2019. If you have sent a speaking request we will consider it and respond ONLY if we think we can fit it into our schedule. Please feel free to try us for your next event even if you don’t hear from us this time.