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The Truth about Memory Loss & What You can Do

Most of us notice occasional forgetfulness, sluggish thinking, fatigue, but how much is “normal?”

Brain Basics

 Your brain only weighs about three pounds, yet it is your most important organ. Its three main parts, the cerebrum, cerebellum and brain stem, are nourished with blood and oxygen with each heartbeat.

 Your brain contains more than 100 billion cells, and among these cells are neurons. These neurons specialize in transmitting information by sending out signals to thousands of other cells at the rate of 200 miles per hour. Some help us think, learn and remember, while others are involved in our senses – hearing, speaking, smelling – or in our ability to move our bodies.

 Neurons connect to one another at synapses where a tiny burst of chemicals called neurotransmitters is released. It’s at the neuron / neurotransmitter level that serious memory issues start to occur and you can see why. With so much going on…a lot can go wrong. These are the top reasons your memory is suffering and what you can do about it.

 Age-related memory loss

 Your brain can produce new brain cells at any age so there’s a difference between what’s normal and what’s not. Occasional memory lapses such as where you left things, forgetting an appointment and tip-of-the-tongue phenomena are normal. Now, occurrence’s such as getting lost in familiar places and having difficulty performing simple tasks you’ve done many times, like getting dressed, signal it’s time to see a healthcare professional.

 Solution: Super Ginkgo Plus™. Ginkgo has been used to help improve short term memory, boost concentration and enhance circulation…all essential for good memory. This formula includes five other brain-boosting, energizing ingredients to help health concerns that lead to memory loss.

Poor Circulation

 Your brain needs blood and oxygen to function properly and drain toxins. Without proper blood flow, your brain starts to “short circuit” and abilities such as focusing and concentrating will suffer. You might also become fatigued, dizzy or even get frequent headaches.

 Solution: Cayenne delivers oxygen to all parts of your body including your brain. Cayenne contains a special class of phytochemicals called flavonoids that help preserve the strength and integrity of arterial walls, enabling the body to send nutrients and oxygen easily, efficiently and consistently.

Nutritional Deficiency

 If your entire body – all your organs and vital systems – do not getting the proper amount of vitamins and minerals, you could be starving it of the important nutrition it needs for optimal functioning.

 Solution: Whole Foods Power Multi delivers 43 vitamins, minerals, nutrients, nucleic acids and antioxidants to give your body the nutrients it needs to stay healthy and energized and keep all your systems humming along.

Stress

 It’s possible you have so much on your mind you can’t “think straight.” Emotional or physical stress stimulates the release of stress hormones and constant exposure to stress hormones can result in memory loss. What’s more, stress often inhibits restful sleep which can further exacerbate memory loss.

 Solution: Stress Ez™ calms and soothes your mind and body from the daily pressures of life. Its eight herbs promote relaxation naturally. Phosphatidyl Serine helps lower stress levels so you feel more alert and focused. Green tea delivers antioxidants that support brain health as well.

 Other simple ways to protect & improve your memory

  • Mix it up – Like an unused muscle, your brain can atrophy, so stimulate it with something new. Take a new route to work, read a poem, or rearrange your desk.
  • Exercise – Healthy body, healthy mind! Exercise increases blood flow to your brain, giving it more oxygen and nutrients. It also strengthens the connections between brain cells and helps form new ones.
  • Eat brain foods – A balanced diet of omegas, vitamins and minerals is crucial to maintaining a healthy brain. Choose brown rice, oatmeal and whole beans along with spinach, bell peppers, cabbage and squash for energy and antioxidants. In the last few years there’s been a lot of talk about brain health and Omega 3. Fish sources like salmon are an excellent source as are plant-based omegas from flax or chia seed.
  • Play games – Games requiring you to “beat the clock” require you to think fast. There are plenty of fun online games that challenge your brain, so take a few minutes each day to play.

Memory loss is not inevitable. Keep your brain fit for life with these simple, natural tips and enjoy a clear mind for life. For additional ideas on how to keep your memory sharp, check these out now.