Digital Dementia Summit

Digital Dementia Summit Free Online, May 20-26, 2019

“Digital dementia” is very real.

Have you ever noticed someone in a “tech trance?”

Children in a “computer coma” as they sit or walk around hunched over their devices?

Over-consumption of screen time can lead to a breakdown of cognitive abilities, poor posture, and developmental delays.

It may lead to degraded short-term memory, seclusion and a lack of motivation.

Learn to help our children by attending the Digital Dementia Summit, May 20-26, 2019.

Attend this FREE event, online May 20-26 2019


Your host, Dr. Krista Burns, is a highly-sought expert, author, and speaker.

She has been educating practitioners about the dangers of digital dementia for over five years.

It’s now time to reach parents directly for their health and that of their children.

Through this event, you’ll learn the methods, protocols, and tactics doctors are using to help your children prevent digital dementia.

If you, your child or someone you know is exhibiting these symptoms, it could be digital dementia:

Brain fog
Poor memory recall
Developmental delays
Poor coordination
Behavioral disorders

The over-stimulation of technology and a sedentary lifestyle are such problems that adolescents now show non-Alzheimer’s, dementia-like symptoms.

However there is a solution and it’s not to get rid of technology but to teach our children healthier habits while using the technology they love.

Our summit experts will show us how.

Sign up for Dr. Burn’ free eGuide, you will be registered for the Digital Dementia Summit when you do.

Get Dr. Krista Burns’ Digital Dementia Prevention eGuide

The average adolescent spends 7.5 hours per day on their device; this is impacting their brain function.

Staring at a screen is hyper-stimulating to parts of the brain that controls visual processing and stress.

Part of the brain that controls decision making, learning, memory, coordination, balance, and movement are under-stimulated.

You can strengthen your 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.

The Digital Dementia Prevention Guide “7 STEPS TO SAVE YOUR CHILD’S BRAIN” will show you how to improve their “Brain Muscle”

And provide parents with practical brain-saving steps to raise healthier children.

Get your Free eGuide today, you’ll be registered to attend the Digital Dementia Summit.

P.S. Over consumption of screen time can lead to a breakdown of children’s cognitive abilities, poor posture, seclusion and a host of other developmental issues.

Join us for the summit, see you there!

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