Speaker: Kenneth Proefrock, ND Learning and memory are two of the most magical capabilities of our mind. Learning is the biological process of acquiring new knowledge about the world, and memory is the process of retaining and reconstructing that knowledge over time. Most of our knowledge of the world and most of our skills are not innate but learned. Thus, we are who we are in large part because of what we have learned and what we remember and forget. In this discussion, we examine the molecular, cellular, and circuit mechanisms that underlie how memories are made, stored, retrieved, and lost and the myriad ways in which nutrition, exercise and botanical medicine are able to impact those processes.
Related product: The PowerPoint and lecture notes for this recording are available here: 2020 Southwest Conference on Botanical Medicine: Conference Book Download (PDF)
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Naturopathic Physicians: Approved for 1.5 general CME credits by
- California Naturopathic Doctor's Association (CNDA)
- Oregon Board of Naturopathic Medicine (OBNM)
- Arizona SCNM (Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine)
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Memory as Medicine: Botanicals Affecting Cognition, Memory and Sense of Self
- Event: 2020 Southwest Conference on Botanical Medicine
- Product Code: 20SW15
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