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Mind What Matters is a podcast about memory disease such as Alzheimer's and Dementia and how we can best care for the longterm health of our minds. Hosted by public speaker and advocate Elizabeth Humphreys.

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    • Health & Fitness

Mind What Matters is a podcast about memory disease such as Alzheimer's and Dementia and how we can best care for the longterm health of our minds. Hosted by public speaker and advocate Elizabeth Humphreys.

    “You Can Do Hard Things” with Lara MacGregor (Stage 4 Cancer Fighter)

    “You Can Do Hard Things” with Lara MacGregor (Stage 4 Cancer Fighter)

    “You Can Do ThiFighting Cancer and Standing for a Cause with Lara MacGregor 
    At 30 years old and 7 months pregnant, @lara_macgregor was diagnosed with breast cancer. 
    After being gifted headscarves accompanied by a note that said “You can do this” during her treatment, she founded @hopescarves, bringing hope and community to thousands of people. 
    Then, after  7 years in remission, she was diagnosed again - this time with Stage IV Metastatic Breast Cancer. With her new reality, Lara had to redefine hope for herself and for her organization: to live life over cancer. 

    • 59 min
    How to Deal with Anxiety and Depression (ft. Nicole Barille)

    How to Deal with Anxiety and Depression (ft. Nicole Barille)

    • 54 min
    How Digital Addiction Affects Our Brains (with Austin Pearlmutter)

    How Digital Addiction Affects Our Brains (with Austin Pearlmutter)

    We sit down with Austin Perlmutter to discuss how toxic social media and mindless internet scrolling has become something that our brains have been hardwired to do. 
    While it isn't currently coined "addiction" in our country, the ways that our brains are stimulated based on social media is directly correlated with dopamine rush. It very closely mimics addictive behavior. We have become trained to depend on it for stimulation. 
    How can we break these trends and what can we do to offset the symptoms setting in across the U.S. such as anxiety and depression as a result of overuse?
    #alzheimers #caregivers #endalzheimers #dementia #alzheimersawareness #endalz #brainhealth #mindwhatmatters #caregiver #alzcaregivers #reneeharmon #itsgonnabealzright

    • 58 min
    The Frustration of Caring for Alzheimer’s Disease (Pt. 1) 🧠💜

    The Frustration of Caring for Alzheimer’s Disease (Pt. 1) 🧠💜

    Host Liz Humphreys sits down with author Lauren Dykovitz to talk about dealing with the frustration of caring for a family member with a memory disease like Alzheimer’s. 
    Lauren’s book “When Only Love Remains” is out now. Get more info here: @lifeloveandalizheimers

    • 8 min
    Caregiving for Alzheimer's (with Dr. Renee Harmon)

    Caregiving for Alzheimer's (with Dr. Renee Harmon)

    Dr. Renee Harmon is a doctor and speaker. She joins us to talk about her experience in caring for her husband Harvey who developed early onset Alzheimer's.  

    • 47 min
    Closing the Gap Between What You’re Eating and What Your Brain Needs to be Healthy (ft. Dr. Ed Parks)

    Closing the Gap Between What You’re Eating and What Your Brain Needs to be Healthy (ft. Dr. Ed Parks)

    Today we talk with Dr. Ed Parks the founder of NeuroReserve, the company who makes the product Relevate which is a state of the art nutrition supplement for the brain designed to closed the gap between what you're eating and what your brain needs to be healthy. 

    Edward S. Park, Ph.D., is the Founder and President of NeuroReserve. Ed has over
    15 years of experience in the research and development (R&D) of
    biopharmaceuticals, medical devices, and nutritional therapeutics. Most
    importantly, his father struggled with Parkinson’s disease and dementia for almost
    two decades before passing away. The impact this experience on his family, which
    is similar to the experiences faced by so many others today, is the motivation for
    NeuroReserve.

    • 55 min

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