Oct 15: Brain Fatigue – Why It Happens And How To Fix It

Get the Most Out of Your Most Important Business Asset – Your Brain

When: Wednesday, October 15, 2014 from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Where: The Entrepreneur Center, 1800 Walt Whitman Rd, Melville, NY 11747
Cost: Members $15.00, PRPLI/SMPS Members $20.00, Non-Members $25.00
Register: Click Here

As communicators, we all want to be at the top of our game.  But sometimes it’s hard to maintain a razor focus when the stresses of life and work deadlines overwhelm us.  Let’s face it –brain fog may be disrupting your day and your career.

You can gain more control over your business and personal life! Register for IABC-LI’s next innovative meeting, and you will:

  • Learn why your brain may not be working optimally
  • Determine the root cause of your occasional “lack of focus”
  • Find out how minor changes in your life can jumpstart your brain and your work day

If you have experienced low energy, mental exhaustion, restless sleep, crashing at the end or middle of the day, this is the event for you!

Dr. Matthew Lewis will share his functional medical perspective to help you identify why your brain is not working and what you can do to restore your most important life and business asset – YOUR BRAIN.

With simple modifications to your lifestyle and diet, clinical research shows you can your improve brain health, which means you can stay at the top of your game as a communications business professional.

Dr. Matthew Lewis has been featured in The Long Island Business News, Channel News 12 Health Report and Newsweek’s Wellness Magazine.  He is a regular contributor to the Hauppauge Industrial Association’s periodical, sharing his expertise in corporate wellness. As a result of his 2011 appearance on News 12 Long Island, hundreds of people with symptoms of brain fog, fatigue and depression were able to identify the causes and obtain natural solutions for their symptoms.

Register for this unique event today.

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