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Memory slips in your 70s may be an early hint of future dementia

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September 24, 2014

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Comments

Robert Will
October 30, 2014

As parent grew older they suffer from various health condition like Dementia, Alzheimer’s, Orthopedic problems, Stroke, Parkinson and other. It becomes impractical to look after them all the time.

Bibin Prasannan
October 27, 2014

Well i feel that the role of BDNF brain derived neurotrophic factor while doing aerobic exercise should not be underestimated in delaying long term effects of dementia

Ron Kadarishko
October 15, 2014

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Seetha.N
October 13, 2014

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Betty Browne
October 12, 2014

I sincerely believe that a HIGH QUALITY, PURE supplement
can help to prevent, or at least delay, the onset of
dementia.

The years are piling up on me, and the faithful use
of Phosphatidylcholine (PPC) has kept my brain as alert
as the brain of a person thirty years younger. I
take a product called PhosChol which is one hundred
per cent Pure Phosphatidylcholine, not to be confused
with Phosphatidylserine.

Hope this is helpful.

Dr. Aljawabreh
September 28, 2014

Thanks for such information.
I appreciate u if you can give some advices to help alleviating dementia,although we know it’s related to aging.
We know some medication may help in that, but we would to help our patients and giving them some hope that such natural phenomenon is normally develops in aging,so they can take some life style measures to minimize such phenomenon.

Thanks and best regards.

tanvirxseo
September 27, 2014

Thank you very much for publishing this kind of article. I like your article very much.

NZJen
September 26, 2014

I feel this is not clearly explained, particularly for people who might be a little confused. Is the ’12 years to dementia’, 12 years after the nine years, or three years later? And did the ‘one in six’ mean one in six of the people who reported memory loss, or all the people in the study.

In
September 26, 2014

NZJen, this confusion itself is early sign of dementia. What is not clear here? Everybody can understand this.

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