- Global research shows brain health is 90% lifestyle and 10% genetics.
- Small lifestyle changes such as nutrition, hydration, physical activity, cognitive engagement, lifelong learning, social connections—even circadian rhythms, have been proven to delay dementia while improving quality of life.
- Global reports indicate a brain-healthy lifestyle could decrease Alzheimer’s disease cases worldwide by up to 40%.
- Centers for Brain Health are relatively new initiatives for senior living communities.
- The Virtual Health Center’s online brain health assessment is an excellent tool to get a baseline of brain health and wellness, as well as tools and tips to make small daily changes.
About Dr. Culler
Dr. Krystal L. Culler, DBH, M.A. is the Founder of the Virtual Brain Health Center. She is a Doctor of Behavioral Health, a social gerontologist, and a Senior Atlantic Fellow for Equity in Brain Health with Global Brain Health Institute at Trinity College Dublin, Ireland, where she completed her residency training on dementia prevention and social determinants of brain health. Krystal has spent nearly 5 years in executive-level positions with health non-profit organizations and has 15 years of experience working with individuals with brain health concerns, their families, and advocacy organizations.
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