About Brain Initiative
Healthy Brains, Limitless Potential
Brain Initiative is a customizable brain health program for both individuals and organizations. With the help of technology and credible, neurological research, users are empowered to improve their brain health by making better lifestyle choices and enhancing their cognitive capacity.
Backed by years of credible research, Team Sherzai works to illuminate the steps to long term brain health. Neuroscientists Dean and Ayesha Sherzai have created platforms to share their knowledge with those looking to build a healthier brain.
Nutrition, Exercise, Restorative Sleep, Unwinding, and Optimization (or N.E.U.R.O.) are five pivotal factors that can drastically affect your mind’s health. NEURO Academy is a program that can be utilized by individuals or groups enabling users to invest in themselves and their employees. Brain XQ is an engaging, free app that supports the core information delivered in NEURO Academy.
Dean and Ayesha take their mastery of the subject to give expert guidance and justify the reasoning behind their program. Using technology and a unique process, Team Sherzai aims to help others make positive changes in their health and lead better lives.
"Leading the way to better brains."
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Dr. Dean and Dr. Ayesha Sherzai are a unique husband and wife duo dedicated to educating people on the simple steps to long-term health. The Sherzai’s spark change with their influential tools through their work as Directors of the Alzheimer’s Prevention Program, at Loma Linda University Medical Center.
There are a multitude of diseases that affect the brain. Ailments such as Alzheimer's, Stokes, and Parkinson’s are permeating our culture. Our communities are strongly affected by at least one person suffering from these illnesses. There is no current treatment for these diseases, and the emotional, financial and social burdens are immense. The Sherzai’s are a powerful couple putting in countless hours into the already daunting task of solving the puzzle of the mind.
The Sherzai’s are Co Directors of the Alzheimer’s Prevention Program at Loma Linda University Medical Center. Through research and their extensive collective medical backgrounds, Team Sherzai is demystifying the steps to achieving long term brain health.
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