AN UNMISSABLE MUST-ATTEND EVENT
The Longevity Brain Festival
A ground-breaking 2 day transformative event
(Sydney late 2024)
Find out how lifestyle advancements, scientific interventions and emerging fields can enhance and optimise your brain health.
Learn the latest evidence-based medical science, therapies, technologies, and future possibilities, that offer the potential to keep your brain active and healthy as you age.
Gain insights from a diverse range of brilliant minds, including interdisciplinary experts, pioneering neuroscientists, dedicated educators, healthcare professional.
Experience TED-style presentations, captivating panel discussions, Q&A, and immersive experiences.
If you're looking to steer clear of a nursing home
in your older years, then this event is for you.
Topics to explore and uncover to equip you with the knowledge
and know-how to optimise your brain as you age.
Why does your brain age and the links to neurodegenerative conditions including genetics, environment, lifestyle, oxidative stress, inflammation, vascular changes.
Mood and food
How to support brain health through nutrition. It's essential to understand various aspects related to the connection between what you eat and drink and cognitive function. Learn about the best food for mood and brain function.
Exercise stimulates the release of endorphins and neurotransmitters, which can improve mood and reduce the risk of depression and anxiety. Why you should 'get off the couch' and how.
Crucial for cognitive function, memory, and overall well-being as you age. Explore the reasons behind sleep disturbances and effective strategies to address it.
Learn the psychological principles and effective strategies to integrate into your daily life to promote optimal well-being and enhance brain health. Mindfulness, resilience and forgiveness and making new habits stick.
What are the strategies to enhance cognitive sluggishness, mental agility, increase memory retention, and ease for word-finding difficulties. Rewiring and neuroplasticity.
Benefits of technology on personalisation, diagnosis and prognosis. From interconnected sensors, smartphone apps, artificial intelligence, wearable devices and more designed to gather data, encompassing genetic information and biomarkers.
Uncover pioneering advancements in scientific and technological research to understand the ageing brain and to combat its diseases and conditions. A promising outlook here and in the future.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
General public -
For anyone who wants to live better longer as they age and not end up in a nursing home.
Healthcare professionals including specialists, allied health practitioners, clinicians -
Gain valuable insights and takeaways for you and your patients.
Other stakeholders -
Educators, students, industry representatives, researchers, entrepreneurs and policymakers with a vested interest in longevity and brain health.