Are Your Parents Displaying Symptoms of Alzheimer’s Disease or Memory Loss?
How do you know something is not right with mom or dad in terms of memory?
- If mom or dad happens to be asking the same questions over and over again,
- forgetting conversations,
- maybe forgetting the names of people they’ve known for years,
That could be the early signs of Alzheimer’s disease. We know now that the changes that take place in the brain that ultimately are diagnosed as Alzheimer’s disease may start as soon as 20 years before the diagnosis. But the good news is that if we can catch the problem early, there’s actually a lot that we can do to reverse the progress of cognitive decline.
Do you really look at the overall health when you say you can have a Brain Tune Up!?
We have a Brain Tune Up! program and we’ve helped numerous individuals. You can actually read about it on our website where we’ve demonstrated that it’s possible with early intervention to reverse the trajectory of cognitive decline. The thing is, they need to reach out to me.
Want to know more?
You can take a memory quiz, it’s completely complimentary, do it yourself or do it on behalf of an aging parent, read about my Brain Tune Up! program and find an opportunity to make an online consult with my coordinator so we can help you get the help you need.