ARPF Set to Host Brain Longevity Therapy Training and Symposium

ARPF Set to Host Brain Longevity Therapy Training and Symposium
With the goal of warding off Alzheimer’s disease through integrative medicine, the Alzheimer’s Research and Prevention Foundation (ARPF) will host its third Brain Longevity Therapy Training and Symposium Oct. 24-27 in Scottsdale, Arizona. The Brain Longevity Specialist certification program, which includes yoga training and other techniques, is a gathering of nurses, psychotherapists, integrative medicine practitioners, and other wellness and healthcare professionals who aim to help aging individuals maintain healthy brain function. “The science behind this course has shown in our research at UCLA that yoga and Kirtan Kriya helped reduce depression, improve mental health and cognitive functioning, as well as reverse cellular aging and inflammation, and provide brain fitness effects in stressed dementia caregivers when compared to relaxation while listening to music,” Helen Lavretsky, MD, psychiatry professor at the University of California, Los Angeles, said in a press release. ”Research also found positive effects of Kundalini yoga practice on mood, memory, and executive function, and brain connectivity in older adults with mild cognitive impairment, compared to mem
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