You must have noticed it by now…
More and more women just like you are worried about “brain fog,” memory lapses and “senior moments” than ever before.
If so, it’s for good reason.
The cases of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease are skyrocketing. In fact, Alzheimer’s is one of the leading causes of death in the US – and it’s only getting worse.
Rates are expected to triple by 2050, which pretty much guarantees you or someone you love will get it.
Not a pretty picture.
And even if you NEVER get dementia, foggy thinking and searching for elusive words is no picnic.
Your entire life gets harder!
The strange thing is it seems like we think growing older HAS to come with blanking on names and frustration over what used to be simple.
We’ve been brainwashed (ironic, isn’t it) into thinking that losing our mental sharpness and quick recall is part of “normal” aging.
But that’s not right.
Sure, something that’s common in our very sick society is technically “normal,” but that doesn’t mean it’s what a brain-healthy lifestyle would bring.
And worse… we have been told if we have genetic markers indicating risk for Alzheimer’s disease, we’re pretty much doomed.
So no one wants to get tested.
No one wants to know.
“There’s no treatment; there’s no cure,” goes the mainstream, doom-and-gloom mantra.
But nothing could be further from the truth.
Modern-day neuroscientists are figuring out more about how to avoid brain degeneration, stay sharp and maintain clarity for the long term.
This is HUGE.
Maureen Garry has interviewed top health experts in living a brain-healthy lifestyle to create the Female Brain Summit. She explores how you can use lifestyle – not some expensive, miracle wonder drug – to be sharp every day of your life.
Of course, the summit is 100% free – and if you listen in you’ll probably know more than your family doctor about what steps you can take to avoid – and potentially even reverse – cognitive decline.
If you’re curious about how you can keep your brain functioning at top levels then make sure to register at the link below. You’ll be able to hear all the presentations, which will be available at no charge from April 23-30/
And as always, if you’re worried about your own clarity or someone you love losing their cognitive function, you always have the option to purchase all the replays to add them to your health library.
P.S. Learn how to beat back brain fog and help your brain perform well now and far into the future. To learn more, click here to register for the Female Brain Summit (it’s completely free), coming to your inbox April 23-30.
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