Watching a loved one suffer from dementia/Alzheimer’s disease is one of the hardest things on the planet. I lost my maternal grandfather to the disease when I was a teen, and my grandmother a year and a half ago. It’s something I hope my family and I never have to endure again. Over the years I’ve done research on the importance of keeping your mind active, eating healthy and reducing stress. Dr. Mike Dow author of the book “The Brain Fog” says it’s never too early to protect “our most precious organ.”
Dr. Mike Dow joined me for an amazing interview yesterday to discuss the importance of brain health. He dished on different things we can do to improve our brain health, such as challenging ourselves, taking supplements from omega 3 to Natrol Cognium, the importance of sleep, relationships, eating blueberries, avocados, walnuts, consuming olive oil and much more. Dr. Dow also shared how stress, long commutes, lack of sleep and various other things can affect our brain.
Please watch the video below to see my interview with Dr. Mike Dow in its entirety, and to hear his great tips on how to improve brain health and prevent brain fog. For more information on Cognium, please visit Natrol.com. For more information on Dr. Mike Dow, please visit DrMikeDow.com. You can find his “NY Times Best Selling book “The Brain Fog” wherever books are sold.”
YouTube video: Watch Candace Rose interview “The Brain Fog Fix” author Dr. Mike Dow on how to improve your brain health!
Dr. Mike Dow Bio
Dr. Mike Dow is a psychotherapist, author, and television personality. His second book, “The Brain Fog Fix: Reclaim your Focus, Memory, and Joy in Just Three Weeks,” is a New York Times bestseller. Dr. Dow uses his background in psychotherapy, behavioral science and nutrition to craft a book and articles on how diet affects the brain. Dr. Dow has made numerous appearances on “The Dr. Oz Show,” “The Doctors,” “Dr. Drew On Call,” “Wendy Williams,” “Rachael Ray,” “Access Hollywood Live,” “Anderson Cooper Live,” “Nancy Grace,” “Nightline,” “Fox and Friends,” and the “TODAY” show.
Dr. Mike Dow holds a Master of Science (M.S.) degree in counseling, marriage and family therapy and a Doctorate (Psy.D) in psychology and is registered with the California Board of Psychology and the California Board of Behavioral Sciences Dr. Mike Dow is a member of the California Psychological Association and its neuropsychology & clinical psychopharmacology divisions, the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals, and the Society of the Advancement for Sexual Health. He has received post-doctoral education at the UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior, completed training in Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy MBCT, and completed the Betty Ford Center professionals in residence program. He resides in Los Angeles.
Sponsor: Natrol Cognium. Candace Rose was not compensated by the sponsor for this interview.