New Insights Into Women’s Brain Health and Protecting The Female Brain (Part 1)
November 18, 2020 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm PST
Women’s brain health is one of the most under-researched fields, yet women account for two-thirds of all cases of Alzheimer’s disease. This startling difference is not explained by women on average living longer than men.
Critical emerging insights are uncovering the important differences in the male and female brain which suggests why women are at a higher risk.
To protect the female brain we cannot take a one size fits all approach.
In this talk you will learn:
- Key insights and often over looked actionable tips to optimize women’s brain health.
- The impact of the hormonal shifts on Alzheimer’s and dementia risk in women.
- The epidemic of misdiagnosed underlying conditions specifically in females and how they fuel dementia. Which specific conditions to be aware of and how symptoms can differ in men vs women.
- What’s real and critical and what’s just hype and marketing in women’s brain health.
You will learn the science-based differences and, most importantly, what they mean in terms of the key step’s women can and should take to protect their brain health.
*Please note we will be covering a lot of information in this session but this important subject covers more information than can be covered in just one session. We will be scheduling a second session (part 2) that covers more aspects of this critically important topic.