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How Chocolate Affects Your Brain, According To Experts

Read on for ways chocolate impacts the brain .”The best chocolate to consume is dark chocolate for its health benefits,”  Dr. Krystal L. Culler, DBH, M.A. the Founder of Your Brain Health Matters. Having a bite of something chocolatey can really hit the spot when you’re feeling tired, stressed out, or in a bad mood. And that could …

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How to Stay Hydrated and Energized All Day

These expert-backed tips will help you drink more while you’re at work. If you struggle with reminding yourself to drink water, Krystal L. Culler, D.B.H., suggests creating “memory routines” around your water bottle. Read on for more details. You know that you should be drinking water, and that hydration helps improve productivity and alertness by combatting …

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5 Microsteps to Keep You Healthy if You Have a Desk Job

Your well-being doesn’t have to take a hit just because “sitting” is a job requirement. “Build in brain breaks throughout your day to optimize your brain performance and prevent fatigue,” Dr. Krystal L. Culler, D.B.H., M.A., founder of Your Brain Health Matters, LLC, tells Thrive. A lot of us with office jobs know: Living a healthy lifestyle can …

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13 Little Things You Can Do Every Day To Improve Your Brain Health

Brain health is 70 percent lifestyle and 30 percent genetics, Dr. Culler says, so you have a lot of control over how you feel. She also says it’s never too late to start a new habit, and improve the health of your brain. Read the article for 13 brain health tips. If you’re interested in improving your brain …

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Myths About Alzheimer’s Disease

Misconceptions about Alzheimer’s risk factors and ways to prevent Alzheimer’s can stand in the way of your health. “Alzheimer’s disease is NOT a normal part of aging,” says Dr. Krystal L. Culler, DBH. Understanding Alzheimer’s disease Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive brain disorder that typically causes memory loss and problems with thinking and behavior. Many …

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Brain Health and Dementia: Challenge or Opportunity?

Recent research findings present recommendations for lifestyle modifications aimed at dementia prevention. Providers can play a key role in promoting these protective modifications. Understanding the importance of prevention earlier in the disease progress (because it is known that changes occur for up to 20 years in the brain and body before an Alzheimer’s disease diagnosis) …

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How to Practice Mindful Meditation & Tools that Can Guide You

How meditation can make you happier and more successful than ever. From diet upgrades to mental exercises, scientists detail new ways to keep your mind fresh. “Meditation is personal, and it’s important for people to find a practice that is comfortable for them. Luckily, there are so many types,” says Krystal L. Culler, M.A., a …

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Today’s Geriatric Medicine

The Institute for Healthcare Improvement strives to achieve the “Triple Aim,” which concurrently addresses care, health, and cost.1 The Triple Aim is used as a care guideline to address comprehensive concerns for high-risk, complex, and costly patients to result in improved patient care experiences, better health outcomes, and lower overall health care expenditures.2 Advances in …

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