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August 6, 2018 - Homecoming 2019 January 3-6 Presenter Highlight Patrick K. Porter, PhD on BrainTap


Homecoming 2019 January 3-6 Presenter Highlight

Patrick K. Porter, PhD on BrainTap

August 6, 2018 Puzzle Piece

Dr Porter was at Homecoming 2018 and only had one hour at which time he changed our ability to function in this fast-paced world.  This year he has two hours because of the vast knowledge he commands and because you-all asked for it.  Our doctors, staff and significant others said they wanted more…

He brings an impressive staff and team teachers to the seminar, which gives all of you an opportunity to not only understand the technology, but to master its implication for your life, your family’s and your patients levels of stress, with its many detrimental effects.

If you have a stress free life and life-style, you maybe can skip Homecoming in 2019.  If not, it is best you register and put it on your schedule today.  That is called an action step, one of the habits and mind sets of Millionaires!

Dr John Brimhall is giving a complimentary presentation on the common denominator of almost all Chronic Dysfunction, the Adrenals and the General Adaptation Syndrome.  In the Six Steps, this is the compliment in the Structural and Chemical side of treatment, where Dr Porter will cover specific approaches, using the Brain Tap system, concentrating on the Emotional Step.


Today;s Highlight is Patrick K. Porter, PhD an award-winning author, educator, consultant, entrepreneur, and speaker. With 30 years of experience operating the largest self-help franchise, he has become a highly sought-after expert within the personal improvement industry, having sold over 3 million of his self-help products worldwide.
Dr. Porter has been on the cutting edge of brainwave entrainment technology for 26 years. He was a co-developer of the MC2, the first personal light & sound brain training machine, voted “Best New Gadget of the Year” at the 1989 Consumer Electronics Show. 


His newest brain-training platform, BrainTap is distinctively designed to activate the brain’s neuroplasticity. The BrainTap headset uses light & sound technology in combination with Dr. Porter’s proprietary guided visualization audio-sessions to help people achieve brain fitness, overcome stress, lose weight, stop smoking, manage pain, accelerate learning, enjoy superb sleep and make any number of lifestyle improvements. Additionally, he offers personal improvement providers a turnkey system for helping their clients achieve these same goals and more. Dr. Porter also is dean of mind-based studies at the International Quantum University of Integrative Medicine (IQUIM).

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As our population ages, scientists are scrambling to understand neurological diseases such as dementia as well as ways to prevent or even cure them. In the latest study on the subject, published in Neurology, researchers focused on one specific action people can take to lower their risk of cognitive and neurological decline.

In this study, which covered 1500 women in Sweden, researchers combed through 44 years of information on physical activity levels and cognitive tests. Scientists found that women with higher fitness levels were 88 percent less likely to develop dementia compared to women with average fitness. Women who were not fit had a 41 percent higher risk of developing dementia than women with average fitness.

While it’s been common knowledge for some time now that lack of physical fitness can lead to problems with the heart and brain, even the scientists were surprised by the strong correlation between physical fitness and mental health. “I was very surprised that high fitness was so protective and that so few developed dementia in the high fitness group.” says Helena Horder, a physiotherapist from the Center for Aging and Health at the University of Gothenburg in Sweden. 

Another study conducted at Goethe University in Frankfurt, Germany examined the effects of regular exercise on brain metabolism and memory of participants ages 65 to 85. They found that physical activity influenced brain metabolism in part by preventing an increase in choline, which is often found as a result of loss of nerve cells such as that found in Alzheimer’s. Regular physical exercise led to stable choline concentrations in the study group, but choline increased in the control group that was not physically active. They concluded that regular physical exercise not only enhances physical fitness but also has a positive impact on our brains and protects our cells.



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Yours in Health and Wellness,

John Brimhall, DC, BA, BS, DIBAK, FIAMA

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