When your brain is troubled, for whatever reason, you are much more likely to make poor decisions, have low mood and poor memory, little mental focus and poor health.
Metabolic and Psychological Stress are the primary cause of all CardioMetabolic Disease (Alzheimer’s is now called Type III Diabetes).
We focus on the root-cause of the brain dysfunction. As you can see our INTEGRAL HEALTH model covers all Dr. Amen’s “BRIGHTMINDS Program” using our Simple 3 Step Program: –
Step 1 Measure
We use SPECT imaging and functional cognitive testing together with genetic and advanced cardio-metabolic blood test to assess your brain’s health.
Step 2 Mentor
We cover all 12 of the following root-causes of brain dysfunction focused on decreasing metabolic and psychological stress.
Step 3 Monitor
Using your Eternity APP you will be able to follow subjective and objective improvements on your program.
Enhancing Mental Performance FAQ’s
How can I improve my mental performance?
Any good Enhancing Mental Performance Program suggests the participants perform more brain and physical exercises to improve their mental performance. Brain-boosting diets, quality sleep, laughter therapy, and meditation also help improve mental performance.
How can I increase my brain processing speed?
An Enhancing Mental Performance Program can help you increase the brain processing speed. It involves certain exercises, such as aerobics, that improve the blood flow. Moreover, a balanced diet including fruits, vegetables, and nuts also helps improve the processing speed.
What is mental performance?
Mental performance means the psychological components of the brain that are responsible for an individual participating in athletics, sports, performance arts, and health-conscious exercises. A mental performance coach in an Enhancing Mental Performance Program can help individuals improve their mental performance.
What is the most mental sport?
While all types of sports require a certain amount of mental performance, some sports require it more. Some of the most mentally challenging sports include baseball, golf, tennis, gymnastics, and swimming. While chess is sometimes not considered a sport, it requires the most mental performance.
How do you stay mentally tough?
To stay tough mentally, we should learn to take control of our life by focusing more on our achievements/blessings instead of whining about the things that are not in our control. We should learn from our mistakes and own our actions.
How to get started
Call Euromed today at 04 394 5422 to make an appointment. You are always welcome to see one of our physicians who can answer any questions you may have or click on the button below to fill the form and we will contact you ASAP.