Manage stress: Learn coping strategies to minimize the stress associated with an Alzheimer’s diagnosis and treatment.
Learn how to prevent Alzheimer’s: Our memories may slightly diminish as we age, but memory loss is not inevitable. Learn how to fortify your brain against an Alzheimer’s diagnosis.
Find hope: Hear from the world’s Alzheimer’s experts about cutting-edge technology, scientific advancements, and medical options to reverse the signs of Alzheimer’s.
Treat the whole person: Discover why many doctors consider Alzheimer’s to be an autoimmune disorder and learn how to heal your whole body to heal your brain.
Detox to heal: Learn how toxins in your home, food, and work may be contributing to memory loss and what you can do to create a healthy, clean oasis instead.
And much, much, more!
Find connections: Learn how Alzheimer’s disease may be connected to cancer, Lyme disease, autism, and more - and what you can do to protect yourself and your loved ones.
Eat to live: Hear from doctors and other experts about the latest in nutritional science to support a healthy brain. (And discover the potential healing power of fasting.)
Dr. Heather Sandison is the founder and medical director of North County Natural Medicine and the founder of Marama. She specializes in neurocognitive medicine and neurohacking and has been trained to address imbalances that affect the brain, including Autism, ADD/ADHD, depression, anxiety, and Alzheimer’s disease.
She has trained with Dr. Dale Bredesen, MD, Dr. Neil Nathan, MD, Dr. Bill Walsh, Ph.D., and Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker, MD, and regularly attends and presents at integrative medicine conferences throughout the year.
Her healing philosophy centers around treating the causes of imbalances in the body. She believes in the body’s power to heal itself. She is passionate about supporting her patients as they co-create solid foundations for optimal health through sustainable lifestyle changes and medical intervention.
Dr. Sandison is dedicated to learning all she can about brain health and considers her amazing patients at NCNM and residents at Marama some of her best teachers. Dr. Sandison has been awarded a research grant to study the effects of individualized interventions on patients struggling with cognitive decline at NCNM.
She earned her Naturopathic Doctorate at Bastyr University in Seattle, WA. She currently serves on the medical advisory board of Neurohacker Collective and is a regular host of the Collective Insights podcast.
Learn why it is important to treat the root cause of complex disease.
Reimagine what healthy aging can look like.
Explore the science and an art and most importantly a framework for understanding the root cause of dementia in anyone.
Secrets to improving your cognitive function in just 6 weeks
Learn to use light and sound to heal your brain
Understand how stress affects the brain and what to do about it
Learn to heal your brain at any age
Connect the dots between mouth bacteria to dementia
Find out how airway disease impact brain function
Learn the most important questions to ask your dentist to support your brain
Learn what you can start doing today to address this important root cause of Alzheimer’s disease.
Understand the unexpected risks of traumatic brain injuries even if they happened decades ago
Learn how physical and emotional trauma affect the brain
Know there is always hope for recovery from a TBI
Why oxygen contrast therapy is an important tool a comprehensive brain healing plan
Why blood flow and oxygen are essential to brain health
How Live O2 gets you the oxygen, circulation and repair you need to recover cognitive function
What are the 4 corners of health?
What is the best way to protect and even heal your brain at any age?
Why do some people consider AD an autoimmune disease?
What is the link between trauma and dementia?
Dementia is treatable, and should be addressed at root cause
Hemp oil Extract/CBD helps with a number of the underlying causes
CBD enhances nerve growth factor, immunity, and neurotransmitter function
Learn the best way to breathe for brain health, how your oral health is connected to your cognitive health, stealth infections that might be hiding in your mouth, start young to prevent demenita
Estrogen is essential to creating new neurons; Hormones are key to an aging brain; The brain makes estrogen in men and women because it needs it so much for neuronal function; why estrogen is necessary for energy production in every cell; living well, no just living long; the dynamic relationship between estrogen and progesterone; testosterone is neuroprotective in women AND men; natural hormones PREVENT cancers; InflamAGING and how to reverse it and what it means for your brain
How PEMF helps to facilitate making memories; How to entrain your brain for making and retrieving memories
All the ways PEMF support cellular health
Challenge your brain during this crash course in brain waves and how they support cognitive function
Why is sugar so bad for the body and brain
What is glycation and why is it AGING us prematurely
Friend or Killer
Top ways to neuroprotect your brain
Your best insurance policy – learn how to STRENGTH eat
How proteins work and why the matter so much
Why improving protein functions is especially importance in Alzheimer’s
Why protein folding is at the frontier of medical research
How to address oxidative stress damage by helping proteins fold
Why moving the chair you eat in everyday may change the trejectory of your health; How you can join the re-wilding movement and support your brain health today; how changing your environemnt, even subtly, can change your brain.
The importance of finding our joy; Understanding obstacles to healing in complex chronic illness; Supporting regeneration after overcoming your obstacles; the power of the story we tell ourselves
What do you need to know to prevent taking 15 years off of your life? The ABCs of optimal brain health.
Learn how stress contributes to brain health and disease
Learn how to increase your resilience to stress
How finding courage and creativity can help you move through a dementia diagnosis
Peggy bares her soul and moves me to tears multiple times as she describes
What it means to be a caregiver for someone with a neurodegenerative disease and why the unique demands put you at risk of developing dementia
Why Aduhelm’s approval was important for the Alzheimer’s community
A candid discussion of evidence for improving Alzheimer’s and cognitive impairment
What does a balanced approach start with for people with more advanced cognitive impairment
Where does the research need to go to support claims of reversal
DAY 8 - BONUS SPEAKERS