Facts About Cognitive Decline
Brain injuries like concussion, medication side effects or a vitamin B12 deficiency can bring about cognitive issues that aren't always properly resolved with therapy after they are diagnosed.
Cognitive decline typically begins with mild memory loss, but can escalate to severe personality changes, poor judgement and choices, loss of motor function, deep confusion and inability to recognize even close family members.
Traditionally treatments for neurological problems include some form of medication which typically doesn't deal with the root cause of the illness that can be lessened or reversed by meaningful lifestyle changes like diet, exercise, using herbal remedies and balancing genetic factors.
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Cognitive decline is one of the scariest symptoms to witness in oneself and others. Often times we are either told by the medical community to take medication or to simply watch and wait. Fortunately there are things we can do to get to the reason for the cognitive decline and often reverse it.
Certainly Alzheimer's Disease is extreme example of cognitive decline. Many people however suffer from mild cognitive impairment, including loss of memory, for example the inability to quickly remember names and numbers, which doesn't hugely impact their ability to maintain necessary daily activities.
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Body and Mind Root Cause Influences
Top Reasons for Cognitive Decline
Insulin resistance and blood sugar issues
Lyme Disease and other infections
Adrenal Dysfunction and Stress
What do we do about it?
- 1Advanced Lab Testing beyond the scope of conventional medicine to determine the cause
- 2Unique dietary and supplement plans specific to your labs and health needs
- 3Photobiomodulation: Light therapy that has been shown to improve cognitive function
- 4Intranasal PRP which has also been shown to improve cognitive function: Click for Info
- 5Education and training on how to make stress your friend
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