What to Do about Brain Fog
|Date:||Monday, March 6, 2017|
|Time:||3:30 pm – 5:00 pm|
|Location:||Highland Park Library, St. Paul|
|Category:||Classes & Seminars|
Brain fog, or feeling as if you’re in a fog and can’t think straight, is a common symptom of living with lupus and other autoimmune diseases. During this seminar, participants will learn underlying causes of brain fog and walk away with concrete strategies to re-balance the brain and optimize brain function, such as managing stress through relaxation and mindfulness, eating an anti-inflammatory diet, and using key supplements.
Free, but pre-registration is required by Thursday, March 2.
Contact Director of Education Sandy Parnell by email or phone at 952-746-5151/800-645-1131, ext. 105.
About the Presenter
Dr. Laura Sandquist is a board-certified adult and geriatric nurse practitioner specializing in functional medicine and integrative medicine. She has been a registered nurse for over 10 years and a nurse practitioner since 2012. Laura partners with people to help them safely navigate and use the best of what integrative and Western medicine both have to offer. At the Penny George Institute for Health and Healing at the Allina Health Woodbury Clinic, Laura provides integrative medicine consultations to help with many chronic health concerns including lupus and other autoimmune diseases.