Stress, depression and anxiety do more than deplete your energy and motivation. They can also change the way your brain functions. The potential cognitive changes from depression include decreased executive function, impaired learning and memory, reduced attention and concentration, and lower processing speed. The good news is that there are treatments that can improve your mood and cognitive abilities long-term.
Join Dr. Richard Carlton to learn how stress, depression and anxiety affect our cognition and how we can treat and reverse memory loss through nutritional-based treatment and lifestyle changes.
Dr. Richard Carlton is an integrative psychiatrist and pioneer in the rational use of nutrition-based treatment approaches when treating “mental” issues (such as depression, anxiety, ADHD), or “physical” problems (such as cognitive impairment/dementia, PMS, migraines, and IBS). He practices in Port Washington, NY and is a member of the Sharp Again Medical and Dental Advisory Board.