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Significant Cognition Improvement Reported for Roskamp Institute/ Sci-Brain's Brain Health Program Clients

Sci-Brain's Brain Health Program is a unique program that offers a validated, science-based action plan for improving your “brain reserve”. The program supports lifestyle choices that are scientifically associated with the preservation and improvement of memory and to reduce those factors associated with the development of Alzheimer's disease and related conditions. Sci-Brain program can be delivered anywhere in the United States and Canada through our network of qualified professional.

 
Brain Reserve Index
Brain Reserve Index
PRLog - Mar. 12, 2014 - SARASOTA, Fla. -- Dr. Michael Mullan, President/CEO of the Roskamp Institute, today announced a major development in the progress of Sci-Brain, its brain health program. 85% of clients, who have been re-evaluated thus far, have improved their Brain Reserve Index™ (BRI) score by an average of 50%. The BRI is Sci-Brain’s proprietary algorithm that measures “brain reserve” -- the number of neurons and connections that facilitate communication between neurons.

These links and their access to an abundance of neurons, provide the fundamental ability to preserve and improve cognitive functioning. The greater the reserve of these vital connections that individuals have, the better able they are to protect the brain from attacks such as stroke, head injuries and the clinical signs and symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease.

Significantly, more than 70% of the evaluated Sci-Brain clients now have BRI™ scores above 100, which is an indicator for reduced risk associated with Alzheimer's disease and related dementias.

Promising results in memory evaluation also were noted.  On average, there was a 15% improvement in the composite score for verbal and visual memory.

We have identified a formula of actions that is driving the ‘needle’ in the right direction,” stated Dr. Mullan. “When dealing with a disease like Alzheimer’s, coming up with an integrated program that produces actual positive cognitive results – that’s big.”

Sci-Brain is designed to reduce risk factors associated with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias by promoting and supporting lifestyle choices associated with improved cognitive functioning by building “brain reserve.”  Clients are able to objectively monitor their results using Sci-Brain’s unique BRI measure.

Check out video of presentation by Dr. Michael Mullan https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bEQsfewDXjE




The Sci-Brain program was under development for more than two years prior to its pilot phase, which was completed in March of 2013 when clients were officially admitted to the program. Please contact Sci-Brain for more information.


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Source:Sci-Brain
Location:Sarasota - Florida - United States
Industry:Health, Lifestyle, Science
Tags:brain health, brain reserve, dementia, Michael Mullan, Sci-Brain
Last Updated:Mar 12, 2014
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