Memory’s a lot like the weather: You don’t really notice it until it starts to get bad.
And by then, you’re caught in the middle of a storm of cognitive decline and dementia.
Your own doctor will insist no one can predict who will suffer from dementia and who won’t… he’ll tell you there’s no test to determine who’s at risk… and he’ll claim all you can do is hope for the best.
Well, my friend, today I’m here with the weather report. I’ve got a simple way ANYONE can predict the risk of cognitive problems.
It’s not a test in a doctor’s office or lab. It’s the real-world test you put yourself through every single day.
If your memory is getting so bad that you’re starting to have problems — if you feel as if you’re suffering from more than just the old “brain burps” that come with age — you might be right.
More than 1,100 senior women were asked a single, simple question — one you can ask yourself right now: Do you feel you have more problems with memory than most?
Note the wording there. It’s not do you have memory problems. Just about EVERYONE would answer yes to that one.
It’s asking if you feel you have more problems with your memory than most — and women who said “yes” were about 70 percent more likely to be diagnosed with cognitive impairment and other memory problems over nearly two decades.
If you answered “yes” to that question yourself, that’s not bad news.
That’s GOOD news!
Now that you know the risk, you can take steps to turn it around — because despite what you’ve heard, you CAN slow, stop and even reverse memory loss and prevent dementia.
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But you don’t have to wait for their overpriced and synthetic blend to hit the market. You can get exactly what you need right now in any vitamin shop for pennies a day — and you can read more about it for free, including the exact doses used in research, right here.