How to Stop Alzheimers Dementia & Depression in their tracks
The science behind preventing, stopping & reversing Mental Health Diseases & the 9 methods to cure via lifestyle changes
If you have a family member or have one of these illnesses or diseases in your family or if you have been diagnosed with any mental illness or disease this course offers you a holistic and proactive approach to changing the prognosis to something much more promising including a complete reversal.
Alzheimers, Dementia & Depression are scary mental diseases that often lead to death. Families are devastated and lifestyles are radically changed when these illnesses impact a loved one. How to Stop Alzheimers, Dementia & Depression in their tracks, is a science based, action oriented course loaded with resources to help shield you from these terrible diseases.
How to Stop Alzheimers, Dementia & Depression in their tracks, is a course designed to give you practical tools to help you navigate this difficult ordeal. Your instruction has first hand experience in dealing with depression and has family members who were stricken with Dementia & Alzheimers. He will share his stories and provide you with the latest research and methods to combat these devastating diseases.
In just a few hours you will have methods & information to deal with the following issues:
- Memory loss
- Personality changes
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Family Members & how to information
- Where to get the most up to date data.
- Diet, Exercise & Social Life etc…
The primary objective of this course is to help you become aware of you can do to stop these diseases from advancing. What you have control over and what you don’t.
Coach Hall, is a Life Mastery Practitioner Specializing in the Parenthood Journey. He has been helping all types of families since 1977. He has achieved certification in a variety of mind mastery disciplines and has been a mentor and coach to hundreds.
How to Stop Alzheimers, Dementia & Depression in their tracks. This is a value-packed course contains research from Harvard Health, NIH, Psychology Today, University of Buffalo, BBC news, and several human studies in the UK and the USA.