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The average adolescent spends 7.5 hours per day on a device, and it’s impacting brain function.

​​Staring at a screen is hyper-stimulating to parts of the brain that control visual processing and stress. And​​, parts of the brain that control decision-making, learning, memory, coordination, balance, and movement are under-stimulated.

Fortunately, you can strengthen a child’s brain with proper stimuli. Think of the brain as a muscle, with proper stimulation your child can strengthen their “brain muscle” for health and success.

Implementing these important steps into your child’s life is the foundation of a healthier tomorrow. The habits they create today can either increase or decrease the chances of digital dementia!

And, be sure to join us on May 20th for the start of the free, online Digital Dementia Summit — over 50 experts brain-savings steps to raise healthier children!

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You can truly get started on better health today!

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