Rest your brain

This past year has been a rollercoaster ride for most people both mentally and physically. From working at home, to being a part-time teacher, and all the other craziness in between, it should come as no shock that your brain has taken a beating. As we all plan to move forward towards the new normal remember to take a break and rest your brain. 

One of the best ways to rest your brain is to look at your diet. "How would looking at my diet help with my mental status?"

You may not realize but your brain needs energy just like your muscles do. And the type of calories you eat determine how your brain functions. If you are eating junk food your brain will most likely feel like your tummy (slow and possibly backed-up). 

Learn what kind of diet is best for your brain!

Contact our office @ 301-588-7888 

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