Solution Kit Video — Brain Health and Memory
You probably know someone who is suffering from Alzheimer’s. It’s a horrible disease, you can see the pain of what they are experiencing, inability to recognize loved ones, loss of control over bodily functions, and that empty glazed-over look in their eyes.
Alzheimer’s is a really scary disease that often begins with memory loss, you forget where you put your keys, why you walked into a room, or whether you paid that bill.
Memory loss can be an early warning sign of Alzheimer’s
But a declining memory or developing brain fog, even into your 80s is NOT normal. It’s a sign of trouble and needs to be looked into.
Alzheimer’s begins slowly causing the brain to decline, at first affecting thinking and memory. The disease progresses and you forget how to eat, swallow, and control your bladder.
With Alzheimer’s you eventually lose all ability to care for yourself. Imagine the embarrassment, the shame, the feelings of helplessness!
Ultimately, Alzheimer’s spirals down into risk of malnutrition, dehydration and infection, leading to possible fatal conditions like pneumonia and heart failure.
You are at risk for Alzheimer’s if…
- You are 65 years or older
- You have a family history of Alzheimer’s
- Your genes are predisposed to Alzheimer’s, women are twice as likely to contract Alzheimer’s as men!
- You have chosen a lifestyle that harms your brain
While it’s true that you have no choice about your age, family history, genes or gender…
There is a lot you can do to prevent Alzheimers!
Contrary to popular belief, Alzheimer’s is NOT a normal part of aging.
Your age, family history, genes or gender DON’T DETERMINE whether you will get Alzheimer’s…there are steps you can take to reduce your risk and that may even prevent Alzheimer’s.
Let me mention a couple of these steps for reducing your risk of Alzheimer’s, and improving your brain health.
There is a crucial link between heart health and brain health. Conditions like high blood pressure, heart disease, stroke, and diabetes damage the heart and blood vessels. 80% of Alzheimer’s patients have one or more of those conditions.
The conclusion, take care of your heart and your heart will take care of your brain.
We have prepared a short video to show you this important link between heart health and brain health.
There are other simple lifestyle changes you can make that will keep your brain healthy and sharp as a tack!
You have probably heard how important oxygen is for the brain. Stop or hinder the flow of oxygen to the brain and you become brain dead!
Watch this video to see how you can improve and maintain a healthy flow of oxygen to your brain.
Regular exercise is key to improving oxygen take-up by the blood. When your cardiovascular system is running on all cylinders, your brain benefits!
Even more dramatic are the improvements you can make to your brain health by a proper diet! Because a healthy diet hugely impacts heart health, you can dramatically boost your brain health by eating right.
In this extremely informative video, we’ll tell you about 5 foods you absolutely MUST AVOID that literally kill your brain cells!
Additionally, you don’t want to miss hearing about the foods that directly promote brain health and enhance your memory.
We also reveal common toxins that can cause memory loss and lead to Alzheimer’s.
This amazing video even gives you little known tips on how to enhance your memory, so that you can age with dignity, with a sharp mind, and a clear head.
Act NOW to guard and improve your brain health and prevent this killer disease.
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