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Are These Memory Problems Starting To Affect Your Quality of Life?

• Remembering appointments, recent events and conversations

• Finding the right words during a conversation

• Paying attention and keeping track of tasks or conversations...

• Keeping track of possessions... (like remembering where you set down your cup of coffee in the morning)!

• Planning and making decisions...

• Doing complex tasks such as paying bills...

If you answered “YES” to any of these questions — then grab your copy of Harvard Medical School’s Understanding Mild Cognitive Impairment!

It’s normal to forget things now and then. Especially when you hit your 60s and 70s — searching for the right word... juggling your shopping list... misplacing your car keys... all these moments are normal... until they’re NOT!

What’s the tipping point?

These moments may be signs of Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI). Recognizing MCI early can lead to lifestyle changes and coping mechanisms to slow or possibly prevent any progression.

Now, the experts at Harvard Medical School have come up with a comprehensive guide to help you understand the early warning signs of Mild Cognitive Impairment... and possibly stop MCI before it becomes a problem.

This Harvard Medical School Guide — Understanding Mild Cognitive Impairment — will give you a thorough understanding of how your brain works, how memories are made, and what to do if you spot the warning signs of mental disease. Plus — You’ll also discover common cognitive diseases that affect older adults, how these diseases are diagnosed, and how they might be treat ed and prevented altogether.

Defining MCI
Risk Factors for MCI
Symptoms and diagnosis
Treatment options for MCI
Protecting against mental decline
And more from the experts at Harvard Medical School, America’s #1 medical school for research as ranked by U.S. News and World Report.

This guide will help you better plan for the future and enjoy your golden years without having to deal with these life-altering conditions.

Order this exclusive guide today and you’ll learn about:

Normal Aging vs MCI and Dementia

Understand the difference between normal effects of aging, symptoms of Mild Cognitive Impairment, and signs and different types of dementia so you’ll know exactly what you’re going through.

Brain Functions And How They Are Affected by Aging

Understand the different parts of the brain and how they interact, how memory is created and retrieved, and how your brain is affected by aging.

Common Risk Factors for MCI and Dementia

Learn the different factors that may increase your risk of developing MCI and dementia such as genetics, lifestyle, and other health conditions. Find out which of them you can control and do something about.

MCI and Dementia Evaluation

Learn how doctors evaluate and diagnose MCI and dementia and its many subtypes using various tests, including a newly developed process that is low-cost and non-invasive.

Treatment Options and Reversible Causes of MCI

Discover different treatment options — medical and natural — that you can use to address Mild Cognitive Impairment and improve brain functioning. Also, this guide tells you about some underlying conditions that mimic MCI and when resolved can reverse the symptoms.

Protecting Yourself Against MCI

Even if you’re not suffering from MCI, this guide will be a valuable tool in learning how you can protect yourself from cognitive decline as you grow older.

Aging is a fact of life.

However, cognitive impairments can often be avoided or treated, so you can enjoy more fruitful years without having to suffer from the effects of MCI.

Understanding Mild Cognitive Impairment will help you teach you everything you need to know to understand exactly what you are experiencing — or might experience in the future. With this knowledge, you can work with your doctor to find solutions and protective measures to help you age gracefully.

Act now and have this exclusive Harvard Medical School Guide at your disposal — whenever and wherever you may need it — on your phone, tablet, or computer.