Memory Loss & Alzheimer's Disease
Alzheimer’s disease is a type of brain dementia that is usually terminal. Although rate of progression from person to person varies, the average survival is only 7 years. The main feature is memory loss, but the decline in the function of the body's systems leads to death over time. Alzheimer’s disease is the 6th leading cause of death in our society. Recently it has been discovered that after the age of 60 the brain shrinks 1%-2% per year. Also, 10% -20% of people over the age of 60 already have Mild Cognitive Impairment.
- Drugs for Alzheimer’s disease are inadequate and don't have a huge impact
- Mild Cognitive Impairment- no drugs exist to slow brain atrophy
Only 1-2% of AD is hereditary. The major risk and etiology are:
- Age-related changes to brain
- Brain damage induced by diet and lifestyle
Recent Research Shows Proactive Lifestyle Strategies Can:
- Slow down or stop the shrinkage of the brain
- Maintain the memory chemical: acetylcholine
- Maintain normal nerve transmission
- Help block the buildup of amyloid plaque
Diet and lifestyle can reverse, prevent or slow brain damage caused by:
To improve the chances of having a healthy brain as you age is done by having the right diet, supplementation and lifestyle plan. The problem is that most medical doctors have not studied nutrition and natural medicine to the extent that they can really help patients be proactive in preventing memory loss and Alzheimer’s disease. Brain function and memory are critical quality of life issues. Thus, you really have to maximum your defense against Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. To learn how exactly how to do this download the eBook provided on this page.