Constant brain fog could mean you’re at increased risk for developing dementia.
We are only as functional as our brains are. Poor memory, flagging brain endurance, inability to focus and concentrate, etc. rob us of productivity. Sure, we can blame this on getting older, but age doesn’t determine brain function, neurodegeneration does.
Some of us have susceptible genes — your risk for developing dementia significantly increases if either parent had the the disease. When you add in inflammation, blood sugar spikes, stress, environmental factors, too many sweets, too much alcohol, etc. you now have a recipe for significant neurodegeneration.
If you have brain fog, forget words all the time, have a hard time learning new things, and your memory is declining — these are all red flags that you may be developing dementia.
So what does that mean? It means you are faced with a condition that has no cure and no effective treatment.
Time is essential with dementia risk
Your only option is to lower the risk factors and improve function as early as possible. Time is essential with dementia. If you wait to long to take action you lose opportunity to make significant changes.
So what changes do you need to make and how do you do it? That is the big question.
There is no single magic supplement, medication, or diet that everyone should follow.
You need to learn which areas of your brain are not functioning and which exercises can activate them.
You need to know which mechanisms impact brain degeneration for YOU in terms of diet and lifestyle, and how to apply those changes to your life.
Learn how to save your brain and lower dementia risk in six weeks
I designed a six-week online program that will teach you how to save your brain and lower your dementia risk with exercise, diet, and lifestyle.
Each week you will receive professionally produced online videos and a workbook to learn how to implement easy steps that will make a huge difference for your brain.
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Watch my video on red flag symptoms of increased dementia risk
Many people exhibit symptoms that they may not know with an increased risk of dementia: brain fog, trouble finding words, loss of concentration, slipping memory, etc. People think they are normal. They are not.
I put together a 10-minute video that teaches you about these red flag signs and symptoms and the seven stages of dementia.
If you are concerned about your brain health and dementia, then get proactive now! The longer you wait the worse the situation becomes!