Brain fog? Concentration focus issues? Confusion? Memory trouble?

This month we are talking about brain health. Are you struggling with memory loss, brain fog, ADHD, PTSD, anxiety, or trying to move forward from past trauma or abuse? If you start to notice a decline in brain health, don’t just chalk it up to old age… work on it! The body is made to heal naturally with the right tools.

Not sure where to start? Below we provide some tips, links, and videos for more information on brain health. Get some personalized direction from Dr. Hutsell or Dr. Jordan at your next appointment. Your body and brain can begin to heal with the right tools.

What do you need more of for improved brain health?

  • Sleep & Relaxation
  • Food & Nutrition
  • Physical Exercise
  • Social Interaction
  • Meditation

Eating Healthy Fats for Your Brain

Fatty fish like salmon are very healthy because they contain omega-3 fatty acids. Research suggests that omega-3 fatty acids have many health benefits including memory and mood enhancement. Other great sources of good fats that are beneficial to the brain and blood sugar include MCT oil, coconut oil, grass-fed butter, ghee, avocados, olive oil, almonds, and more! Try to include a good fat at each meal.

Supplements for Brain Health

Dr. Mark Hutsell talks about some lifestyle and nutrition choices that can make a big difference in your brain health. Check out this video of Dr. Mark Hutsell talking about one of our favorite supplements for brain fog and memory issues.

OPC Synergyopc synergy.

You can purchase this supplement online or contact our office to discuss.


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The Cross Crawl

Cross Crawl is being used in many rehabilitation programs. It is easy but can be challenging when it’s needed. Your nervous system is able to change and form new cells, connections, and improve balance and agility. Watch the video to lear the Cross Crawl.

Set up an appointment to discuss how to keep your brain healthy!