Mental Health and Dementia

Heather Sandison, ND


  • The importance of caring for the caregiver.
  • Managing stress to prevent dementia.
  • Practices for mental and cognitive health.
Heather Sandison, N.D.

What a wonderful second day of the Reverse Alzheimer’s Summit. Thank you so much for joining me. I am going to dive into a little bit more detail about what I do personally at the clinic here at Solcere and also what we’ve learned at Marama about the impacts of stress on the brain, on our cognitive function, and on our risk for developing dementia. So I wanted to go through a little bit more of the science. You heard us refer to some of this today and I know many of you are caregivers who are so dedicated. You’ve shown up here. You are listening to these interviews all day, maybe even all night. And I want you to fully understand your risk here because we cannot serve from an empty vessel, right? We’ve all heard this. We hear this over and over again and I think we get this. Many of you are moms as well as caregivers for maybe an elderly parent and I certainly get this from a mom perspective is we wanna take care of everyone else. Maybe it’s a female perspective, right? We’re always looking to take care of others. 

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