Your brain function does change as you get older and can affect your ability to store and retrieve information, so you may find that words and putting names to faces sometimes eludes you.
Research suggests that there is a 20 to 30 year interval between the first development of amyloid plaque in the brain (characteristic of Alzheimer’s) and
the onset of dementia. So, no matter what your age, it’s never too late to start taking preventative measures.
Marilyn recommends that you follow a plan of action designed specifically for dealing with Brain and Memory problems.
By clicking on any (or all) of the 4 sections below you can get a plan of action and find out all you need to know about Brain and Memory problems. From how to identify the problem and discovering the cause, to knowing what your choices are and what to do next.
Click on a section below to start your journey back to good health and feeling better again:
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