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How to Improve Your Memory

A smart choice for smart people

Those first signs of slipping memory or dementia can be a little alarming – especially if you know the dreariness of that route. You may first see it in your 40s, or even younger, with memory loss symptoms like slower facial recall or where you left your keys.

What groceries were you supposed to buy? Wait – you forgot your grocery list at home. Memory loss really hits home at times and it can be both sad and lonely – to say nothing of the decrease in productivity at work or the effects on family and friends.

While it’s normal to forget things on occasion, it’s a pattern to watch. The makers of Brain

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Fast Track to Dementia

The drug links

Opinion vary as always, but dementia is thought to be caused by gradual changes and damage in the brain is caused by a build-up of abnormal (amyloid beta) proteins in the brain which leads to a decline in a person’s mental, and sometimes physical abilities.

Much of the research on Alzheimer’s disease has focused on the amyloid beta protein which clumps together into sticky fibrils that form deposits in the brains of people with the disease. Australian researchers have come up with a sound frequency treatment that breaks up these plaques and is giving new hope to some dementia sufferers. However there is still no outcome of research into the cause.

Another avenue is that older people

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Alzheimer’s Disease

And memory loss

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Alzheimer’s is described as a progressive deterioration of mental function or a generalized degeneration of the brain that can occur in in middle or old age. It is the commonest cause of premature senility and is listed officially as America’s sixth leading cause of death, but that doesn’t take into account medical errors, drug misuse and environmental toxins of themselves may not be fatal, may in fact contribute to dementia.

Alzheimer’s is thought to be responsible for approximately 70% of all dementia cases, making it the most recognized trigger of dementia and a problem for + 36 million worldwide, but only 1-in-4 are diagnosed.

Alzheimer’s is not

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