Ari Magill, MD
American Board of Neurology and Psychiatry (ABPN) board-certified in Neurology, Certification as a functional medicine health coach through the functional medicine coaching academy (FMCA)
Work Experience: Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society, Member of the American Academy of Neurology (AAN).
My goal is to leverage wellness and functional medicine to prevent and reverse cognitive decline. The role of a nutrient dense diet, regular exercise (isometric and aerobic), novel cognitive stimulation and challenge, deep restorative sleep, and meaningful social connections combined with other stress-relieving measures, such as meditation and mindfulness, is foundational. Humans are not designed to thrive in a sedentary isolated environment that is so common in modern western societies. Supplements to support the maintenance and growth of neuronal networks and to stimulate neurogenesis are icing on the cake.
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