Are you unknowingly supporting a zombie factory?

Alarming research shows that screens are shrinking our brains. Using one for just two hours per day can have an impact on brain function.

With children averaging 7 hours/day of screen use and checking their phone 85 times/day… they’re addicted.

“Digital dementia” is a viral epidemic destroying our children’s brains. If your child suffers from brain fog, poor concentration is hunched over a device or spends more than two hours/day on their screens, then you must join me for Digital Dementia Summit!

Krista Burns wants to help you raise healthy, thriving children in the digital age. She has teamed up with the world’s most renowned brain and health experts to bring you cutting-edge information about preventing digital dementia in your family. Continue reading “Are you unknowingly supporting a zombie factory?”

How much time do your kids spend on the screen each day?

Overall 1.8 billion people own smartphones and use their devices on a daily basis. Some studies estimate that an average person checks their screen 150 times a day.

And, data shows that nearly 70% of 11 to 12-year-old kids use a mobile phone; 90 percent by the age of 14 (Williams, 2016).

Developmental patterns due to technology utilization have drastically changed, and society is suffering from the epidemic of postural decline for it. To offset the ill health effects of sensory mismatch associated with digital dementia, it is of utmost importance to understand the brain-based presentation of these patients.

That’s why I invite you to join me at The Digital Dementia Summit!

Continue reading “How much time do your kids spend on the screen each day?”

Free report on digital dementia in kids!

Get Dr. Krista Burns’ Digital Dementia Prevention eGuide and 7 Steps to Save Your Child’s Brain eChecklist, and learn brain-saving steps to raise healthier children!

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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. Continue reading “Free report on digital dementia in kids!”