Brain Longevity

Fundamental Psychology’s own Diane Clukey-Chenard, LCSW, RYT recently became certified as a Brain Longevity Specialist through the Alzheimers Research and Prevention Foundation. Her training is focused on preventative measures and is geared more towards younger ages to increase longevity and overall health. Diane loves working with therapy clients ages 18-70 years old. This certification aims to help prevent people of all ages from developing Alzheimer’s. It is not geared towards individuals who are already struggling with Alzheimers. 

Diane’s video focuses on important aspects of life to achieve balance and health including:

*Daily routines that include hydration, meditation, balanced nutrition, and exercise (walking, biking, yoga). 

*Socializing and being active with friends and family. 

*Mental exercise to challenge your brain with new and unique tasks. 

*Noticing the beauty in nature and being active to improve attention, concentration, focus and memory. 

If you’d like to connect with Diane please reach out to our main office at 941-275-9183 to schedule a consult. 

The 4 Pillars of Alzheimer’s Prevention®

  1. Diet and Supplements—Just like the rest of your body, your brain needs proper nutrition, blood flow, energy, and care. Discover how simple it can be to supercharge your brain health with the right Alzheimer’s diet and supplements. Diet and nutrition can prevent and help treat memory loss. 

  2. Stress Management—The effects of the daily grind on your body are well known, but did you know your brain also suffers when you’re stressed out? Find out how you can benefit from easy stress-relieving techniques that can dramatically reduce your risk for developing Alzheimer’s. 

  3. Exercise—It’s simple: if you want to maintain a healthy body and mind, you must exercise. But, in addition to physical exercises, it’s time for you to discover how mental exercises are essential for your health and well-being. 

  4. Spiritual Fitness— Increased consciousness and cognition is the final frontier of Alzheimer’s prevention. Developing your Spiritual Fitness, or psycho-spiritual well-being, may very well help reduce your risk of Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) and even Alzheimer’s. 

More information from the Alzheimers Research and Prevention Foundation can be found at

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