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An Engaging and Scientifically-Validated Cognitive Assessment Platform
Measure Your Cognitive Performance to Optimize Brain Health!
The population is living longer than ever, but cognitive health is often lost in the discussion around physical health. Conditions such as dementia are on the increase [insert additional statistics regarding your specialty], but many healthcare practitioners do not attempt to measure brain health.
By participating in annual CBS Health Cognitive Evaluations you can measure how your brain is doing over time, like taking your blood pressure but for your brain! The CBS Health Cognitive Evaluation offers a quick, fun series of tasks that objectively measure your memory, reasoning, verbal ability, and attention—all facets of cognition that are important in your everyday life.
“If you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it,” goes an old business saying, and it applies to health too. We all have a subjective idea of how our brains are doing—some days we feel “off” or have “brain fog,” while other days we feel like we can take on the world. But how much better are we on the good days? And are lifestyle or health changes making a difference?
That’s where cognitive assessment comes in. By putting a number to these subjective feelings, we can discover what is causing the good days in order to have more of them.
Improved cognitive performance has important effects on your everyday life. Whether you’re remembering where you parked your car, learning a new task at work, or trying to figure out your taxes, your brain health affects nearly every aspect of your life.
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An annual CBS Health Cognitive Evaluation is suggested based on the following factors:
- Baseline creation in the early 30s is ideal to see the brain at its best capacity
Age 50 is when many cognitive issues may be self-identified
2. Lifestyle factors
- Smoking history, sedentary lifestyle, or cardiovascular risk factors ( high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes)
3. Family history of dementia or Alzheimer's
- In women, menopause and the decreased estrogen may accelerate the cognitive decline
5. Concerns regarding brain function such as memory, decision making, following instructions or concentration.
A person may need a more extensive cognitive evaluation through the Health Aging Brain Program if they show signs of cognitive impairment. These include:
- Forgetting appointments and important events
- Losing things often
- Having trouble coming up with words that you usually know
- Losing your train of thought in conversations, movies, or books
- Increased irritability and/or anxiety
If this sounds like you, a loved one, or someone you know, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details of our 'Health Aging Brain' comprehensive evaluation.
Once purchased, all details will be delivered via email. A tablet, laptop or desktop computer is required to complete all CBS Health Cognitive Evaluations. Honsbeger Physio+ does not provide the above mentioned technology.