Meridian Health Protocol

by Francene Frayer (22.10.2020)

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Variety stimulates the plasticity Meridian Health Protocol Review  switch in the brain, which wakes up brain cells. Turning it on is simple as brushing your teeth with your opposite hand, or counting backwards from 100 by 7. Sleep: Dave sleeps 11 hours at night (takes melatonin for a better quality sleep) and has a 1-2 hour nap in the day. Dave is most alert as soon as he wakes up. Dr. Amen recommends 6-8 hours/night. Less than 6 hours causes mood instability and decreased cognitive ability. Hobbies: Duck carving has been Dave's passion for over 30 years, but hand tremors are making it difficult to carve fine details. He is replacing carving with building jigsaw puzzles. He spends hours scanning the table for pieces, using his fine motor areas to pick them up and fit them in. Sometimes we work on it together, or play trionomos or dice games.Caregiver's health & attitude-physical, emotional, mental and spiritual: Just like in an airplane emergency, I have to put my oxygen mask on before I can help Dave. I make time to go out with friends, exercise, and meditate. When I feel sad or overwhelmed, I write in my journal. It helps to release my tears, and reminds me of what I am gaining from this journey--patience and ability to let go of things I can't control (dementia). Energy is contagious...happier and peaceful 'me' = easier and healthier care-giving. Holly Eburne, BPE, BScR (PT/OT), DipSportPhysio is a physiotherapist for 28 years, travelling the world with national and elite athletes. Holly, a Health & Wellness business owner/coach, is enthusiastic about helping other people live their best life.

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