Your Memory is Yours to Keep
There is an estimated 5.7 million people in the United States currently living with Alzheimer’s Disease, and surprisingly, some 200,000 are under the age of 65. The cause: brain cell death.
Alzheimer’s and dementia are neurodegenerative diseases, which refers to progressive brain cell death that happens over time as fewer and fewer nerve cells and connections occur in the brain. This level of degeneration leads to significant memory loss, and for most, results in around-the-clock assistance with daily tasks.
Incredibly, most people associate Alzheimer’s Disease and dementia with aging, but there is no evidence that aging alone causes neurodegenerative diseases, despite the majority of diagnoses being in that of older people.
There are many contributing factors that are known to affect memory, and other neurological changes that have been attributed to the development and progression of Alzheimer’s Disease and dementia, but the good news is that with diet and lifestyle changes, the risk can be reduced.
Please join us for Memory Enhancement on Tuesday, December 11th and time] to find out what proactive measures can be taken to reduce those risks!
Protecting What’s Yours
During this event, we will be taking a close look at how the memory works to develop a clear picture of the varying levels of retention and a better understanding of how diet and lifestyle affect the overall memory health.
For many, health and wellness is associated with physical and emotional health, but many diet and lifestyle changes can be made to achieve balanced optimal health while also having a positive effect on memory. Lifestyle changes may include:
- Getting adequate sleep
- Reducing stress
- Regular exercise
- Eating a healthy diet
- Creating new experiences
Please join us on Tuesday, December 11th to find out just how these diet and lifestyle changes can help protect your memory from neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s and dementia!
Is This Event Right For Me?
Maybe you are thinking to yourself, “My mind is sharp,” or “I’m too young to be worried about losing my memory.”
But the reality is, Alzheimer’s and dementia do not simply happen to someone when they reach a certain age. It is a process that often starts as subtle changes to memory, sometimes not even detectable. Once degeneration starts, it will progress over time unless proactive steps are taken. The time to act is NOW.
Taking preventative measures at any age is just as important as taking care of your body to stay fit and healthy. During this event, we will be providing some great tips and tools to help you get your brain firing to reduce or stop the degeneration of your mind.
Can’t Wait To Share With You On Tuesday, December 11th At 5:00 pm PST!