Who is the Brain Health Programme for?

Anyone who has a brain can benefit from the Brain Health Programme, and I’m not being funny or smart when I write that.
Many people suffer brain fog, mood swings, concentration issues, feel apathetic and unmotivated or are tired all the time.  These type of symptoms can be readily addressed with the Brain Health Programme.
If you or someone you care about has suffered with some form of mental health problems then you have an idea of how important your brain is and the problems that arise when it doesn’t work well.
  • About one in four of us will experience a mental health problem in any given year, but most don’t get professional help
  • Around one in three GP appointments involves a mental health component.
  • 57 million prescriptions for antidepressants were written in 2014, an increase of 46% since 2012
  • Dementia is now the leading cause of death in the UK (and it’s predicted that about one in three of us will develop it)

Balance, Co-ordination, Motor Function (Movement) all happen from the brain and this programme isn’t just about the mental aspects of the brain so get in touch if this is your issue

Who is running this programme?

Rosemary Tarrant has trained with Cytoplan Ltd (Cytoplan Education) to be a facilitator in the Brain Health Programme and is delighted to bring it to the Scottish Borders and North Northumbria.  As a longstanding health practitioner and also a tutor in therapies, she is well qualified to run groups and keep people motivated.  As she says: “I love running health programmes that help educate you to bring about health fulfilling changes.  You can improve your life with the choices you make going forwards“.

Why choose the Brain Health Programme?

For Rosemary, the answer to this is simple, she says:

“My dad died of a neurological disease that affected the part of the nervous system that operated his muscles and sensory operation (very similar to Motor Neurone Disease).  My mum died after a number years of progression on the road of dementia.  

The brain and the nervous system are tied together and when I find something that is creating health benefits  to these areas, I choose to learn as much as possible.  I do this both for myself and for the  people I know and am still to meet.  

When we learn more about how our bodies work, then we can make more informed choices in how to keep it healthy.  That is why the Brain Health Programme is so inspiring, the science behind it is fascinating.  Cytoplan have been working with world leaders in up-to-date research in this field and has been put together with care and attention.

The physical and mental affects of illnesses that affect the brain and nervous systems are numerous so you finding out as much as you can in creating the best environment for it to live in is going to be helpful”.

What Happens Now?

Rosemary is running Introductory Talks around the Scottish Borders from August 2018 and will be running Brain Health Programme both as 6 week workshops and as Weekend Courses in Selkirk during the Winter of 2018 and going into 2019

Click here for Introductory Talks, please book your place in advance as there are limited places available.

If you have missed the Introductory talks or just want to book your place in the Brain Health Programme then please book here.

 

 

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