3 Ways To Boost Cognition – Therapist Wooster, OH

Angela Earley April 8, 2024

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Therapist Wooster, OH

  • Embrace a Nutrient-Rich Diet

    Nutrition plays a pivotal role in cognitive health. A diet abundant in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean proteins, and healthy fats can provide essential nutrients for brain function. Omega-3 fatty acids, found in fish, flaxseeds, and walnuts, are particularly beneficial for brain health, supporting memory and reducing cognitive decline. Antioxidant-rich foods like berries, nuts, and leafy greens combat oxidative stress, protecting the brain from damage.

  • Prioritize Restful Sleep

    Sleep is fundamental for cognitive processes, including memory consolidation, problem-solving, and emotional regulation. A restful night's sleep rejuvenates the mind, allowing for clearer thinking and better focus during the day. Establishing a regular sleep schedule, creating a calming bedtime routine, and minimizing exposure to screens before bed can enhance sleep quality.

  • Engage in Regular Physical Activity

    Exercise is as beneficial for the mind as it is for the body. Regular physical activity boosts blood flow to the brain, supporting the growth of new neural connections and improving cognitive functions. Activities like walking, yoga, and dancing not only enhance memory and attention but also reduce stress and improve mood.

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Since 2012, Angela has been assessing clients and successfully guiding trauma treatment in her private practice using the NeuroSequential Model of Therapeutics (NMT) developed by Dr. Bruce Perry of the Child Trauma Academy. In addition, Angela has been invited to consult on multiple regional cases involving highly challenging special needs children.