2023 is finally here! It’s time for new beginnings and a time to turn over a new leaf. No matter what turning over a new leaf looks like for you, we can all agree that there are things we can do better in the new year. How about making your BRAIN HEALTH a top priority? Procera Health exists to help you do that. Below is a short overview of the 4 keys that can improve your brain health in 2023.
1. Increase Blood Flow
Our research team has discovered that a lack of oxygen to the brain can affect memory. New findings suggest that cognitive performance can be improved by increasing the amount of oxygen and nutrients to the brain. Procera’s supplements contain clinically studied ingredients such as Ginkgo biloba and Vinpocetine that promote blood flow.
2. Repair & Protect
The health of your brain cells play a role in the rate at which you age and how well your brain functions. Unfortunately, normal aging and exposure to toxins can damage our cells. If not addressed, cell damage can result in memory issues, brain fog, fatigue, and a weakened immune system. The good news is the brain has a natural repair cycle and with the help of antioxidants, regular detoxification, and vital nutrients, cells can be repaired and restored.
3. Vital Nutrients
A healthy diet over a lifetime can make a meaningful difference in your memory, mental health, weight, and rate of aging. Unfortunately, for most of us, life circumstances make a healthy diet a dream rather than a reality. Nutrient gaps become larger as people age resulting in brain, heart, joint, and immune health issues. Procera’s research team understands aging and has developed key supplements to help fill these gaps so that you can live your best life.
4. Healthy Lifestyle
Lifestyle habits such as sleep, exercise, and brain exercises can also make a difference in the health of your brain. Sleep is a time for detoxification & recovery, both critical to brain health. When sleep is short-circuited, learning and cognitive function are negatively impacted. Daily exercise boosts blood flow and key neurotransmitters such as serotonin (mood benefits). Lastly, don't forget to exercise your brain - our clinical research shows that people who regularly play old-fashioned brain games such as crossword puzzles and sudoku score best on cognitive tests.