The Digital Dementia Summit : Online for FREE from May 20-26, 2019 from HealthTalks Online

The Digital Dementia Summit :  Online for FREE from May 20-26, 2019 from HealthTalks Online 4 The Digital Dementia Summit :  Online for FREE from May 20-26, 2019 from HealthTalks Online

Have you ever noticed someone in a “tech trance?”

Maybe seen  children in a “computer coma” as they sit and walk around hunched over their devices? Human posture is devolving at the speed of technology, and posture is significantly linked to active brain health.

“Digital dementia” is very real — over-consumption of screen time can lead to a breakdown of cognitive abilities and deteriorated posture, developmental delays, degraded short-term memory, seclusion and lack of motivation… especially for our children!

Learn more about digital dementia when you attend this free, online event!

WHY ATTEND?
Your host, Dr. Krista Burns, is a highly-sought expert, author and speaker who has been educating practitioners about the dangers of digital dementia for over 5 years — it’s now time to reach parents directly for their health and that of their children.

Through this event, you’ll learn the methods, protocols and tactics doctors are using to help your children prevent digital dementia.

If you, your child or someone you know is exhibiting these symptoms, it could be digital dementia:

  • Confusion
  • Brain fog
  • Poor memory recall
  • Developmental delays
  • Poor coordination
  • Behavioral disorders

The over-stimulation of technology and a sedentary lifestyle are such problems that adolescents now show non-Alzheimer’s, dementia-like symptoms.

Fortunately, the solution isn’t to get rid of technology, but learn healthier habits while engaging with it — and that’s why our experts are here.

I’ll see you online at this educational summit when you register today!!!

Paul  at ChangeThatMind.com

( Note that ChangeThatMind is an affiliate of HealthMeans.com)

P.S. Over-consumption of screen time can lead to a breakdown of cognitive abilities and deteriorated posture, developmental delays, degraded short-term memory, seclusion and lack of motivation — you can  learn  more when you register today!


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