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Thank you for your interest in the Train Your Brain Podcast with Dr. Michael Trayford. This podcast is published every single day with the intent to teach you how to train your brain 365 days a year for a sharper mind. Specifically, the Train Your Brain Podcast is designed to deliver practical, everyday tips for building the best brain possible. Fear of a declining brain is one of the top issues of our time, and the choices you make determine how well your greatest asset will serve you at any stage of life.

If you have any concerns regarding the information and applications discussed in this podcast, please consult your physician and a doctor who is experienced in functional neurology. Dr. Michael Trayford DC, DACNB is available for consultation by calling (828) 708-5274. Thanks for listening.

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  1. Hey! Thanks for this wonderful podcast! I suffered left frontal lobe damage and developed epilepsy after falling down a flight of stairs in June last year. My memory, cognitive & motor skills have really improved but I’d love to learn more about my condition & what I can do to train my brain to improve further. Looking forward to hearing from you!

    • Judie:

      Thanks so much for the compliment, and for listening to the program. Sorry to hear of your situation, we’ve seen scores of folks that have developed seizures and so much more after head injuries. Your best bet would be to call our center at 828.708.5274 to discuss a bit and explore your options. We offer free 10-15 minute consultations to do just that. We look forward to hearing from you soon. We are not in the office this week (Thanksgiving), although someone will be in there Wed morning from 8-11 am (EST) or so. Take care.

  2. Hi Dr. Trayford! I recently discovered your podcast and love it. I have been listening to back episodes and have two questions:

    1. In one episode you discuss the benefits of intermittent fasting for the brain, but in another episode about blood sugar and the brain you say that skipping meals is bad for the brain. Which is best for the non-diabetic brain?
    2. Do you have any thoughts on the benefits of sleep time before midnight vs. sleep time after midnight for the brain? I have always heard that sleep before midnight is best, but am curious what you think.

    Thank you! Love the podcast and I’m so glad If ound it.

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