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Many of us often forget the importance of having a healthy brain. Unless we start to experience memory loss, concentration problems, or have trouble sleeping, we overlook the symptoms and signs of cognitive decline. For healthy individuals, age-related cognitive decline can begin long before retirement. Over 50% of the population will develop dementia by age 85 and the brain changes of dementia start to develop years before clinical symptoms become evident. How do we reduce the risk of cognitive decline, improve brain health and optimize brain fitness in an aging population?
Research has shown that optimizing sleep, physical activity, diet, and targeting specific cognitive skills with custom-designed software interventions can drastically reduce the risk of later dementia and significantly improve brain health. Synaptitude Brain Health has created a unique, comprehensive, evidence-based brain health and wellness program designed to identify modifiable risks to brain health and reduce these risks through personalized interventions that improve brain health over time. The Synaptitude program combines rigorous brain health assessments with preventative strategies to objectively measure brain health, identify and reduce risk factors for cognitive decline and optimize brain fitness through lifestyle interventions.
In this webinar, Dr. Max Cynader will examine key factors that impact brain health and discuss how technology is being used to reduce risks for cognitive impairment, optimize brain fitness and improve brain health.
To register, visit https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_u5xIZLQfSIqhIsnur7j7FQ.
Assessments: Learn how validated cognitive tests are used to evaluate memory, focus, and attention and how sophisticated neuroimaging techniques evaluate brain structure and function.
Brain Fitness Program: Learn how the Synaptitude brain fitness program promotes sleep, physical health and cognitive abilities through evidence-based lifestyle interventions.
Sleep Matters: Learn about the important role that sleep plays in learning, memory and restorative processes in the brain as well as the long-term effects of poor sleep on brain health.
Case Studies: Review case studies that demonstrate the effects of the Synaptitude brain fitness program on cognitive performance.
Dr. Cynader is a renowned researcher at UBC's Djavad Mowafaghian Centre for Brain Health & Canadian Medical Hall of Fame laureate. His achievements include Order of Canada, Order of British Columbia, Researcher of the Year from Life Sciences BC, Science & Technology Champion by Innovation BC, Canada Research Chair, Gold Medal in Health Sciences, Killam Research Prize & E.W.R. Steacie Fellowship.Read More
Dr. Cynader is a renowned researcher at the University of British Columbia’s Djavad Mowafaghian Centre for Brain Health and Canadian Medical Hall of Fame laureate. His many achievements include the Order of Canada, Order of British Columbia, Researcher of the Year from Life Sciences BC, Science and Technology Champion award by Innovation BC, Canada Research Chair, Gold Medal in Health Sciences, Killam Research Prize and E.W.R. Steacie Fellowship. He is a Fellow of The Royal Society of Canada and The Canadian Academy for Health Sciences and a Principal Investigator in Canada’s Network of Excellence in Stroke.
About the Company:
Synaptitude Brain Health Inc. is a healthcare technology company based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Founded by University of British Columbia neuroscientists and researchers, Synaptitude Brain Health aims to bring revolutionary advances in brain research to the general public. Our mission is to improve the quality of life of seniors by applying scientifically rigorous, evidence-based approaches in identifying risks to brain health, optimizing brain fitness and reducing the risk of cognitive decline.
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