Midlife Memory 2018-09-07T07:37:08+00:00

We Lose 10,000+ brain cells every day.

~ and they die off quicker the older we get.

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It’s no wonder we forget things.
Is this what we have to look forward to:
  • Your kitchen
  • Your Medicine Cabinet
  • Your Bag
  • A Restaurant
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  • 68% of individuals over age 65 will become cognitively impaired or unable to complete at least two “activities of daily living”-including dressing, bathing, or eating-over his or her lifetime.
  • 42% of individuals in nursing homes experience some form of dementia.
  • 71% of patients with advanced dementia died within six months of admission to a nursing home.

These are fairly grim statistics, and we could just overlook the critical nature of this situation, until you don’t even remember you were going to look at them, and then you or your family become one of those statistics. That’s even more grim.

As we age our defense system loses some of it’s punch.
This coincides with the onset of brain fog we’re told is aging.

Add being overweight, lack of sleep, chemicals in food, pesticides, stress, and environmental pollutants, and no wonder our memory slows and our bodies degenerate.

Maybe you’ve already experienced some of the precursors of that slow slide into mental oblivion.

Do you:

  • Walk into a Room and not remember why you went in there?
  • Wonder who you were going to call when you pick up the phone?
  • Have to look in your notes for what you said to a client last week?
  • Get corrected from your children who say you never told them something?
  • Have trouble concentrating or following a conversation?
  • Occasionally feel dis-connected, zoned out, or in a fog?
  • Realize you’re having “Senior Moments” more and more?
  • Re-read the same sentence over and over again
  • Forget where you parked?

We’re being warned about the epidemic of mental decline,
and that 1 in 3 people over the age of 67 have memory loss
that is “significantly disrupting” their lives.

“Alarmingly, mild cognitive impairment, or M.C.I., can signal serious problems ahead. About half of people with this condition go on to a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease or another dementia within five years.”   —New York Times, September 10, 2012

A social worker who visits hospice patients daily said that people with dementia often linger for years as their memory gets worse and they require more and more help with their daily routine. The last few years, they don’t recognize their family, they sit all day or just live in their bed like zombies, need to have their diapers changed, and eventually need to be fed. They have absolutely no quality of life. Meanwhile, their family is tortured watching mom or dad get worse and worse and not being able to do anything about it.

You do NOT want this to be you!

If this slow decline into brain fog is not treated, it can lead to age-related cognitive decline… or worse!

Fortunately, Midlife doesn’t have to mean suffering with debilitating symptoms,
illness, disease, and cognitive decline.

Stay sharp and focused long into old age

– stop worrying about being able to take care of yourself and your ability to live in your own home in your coming Golden years.
– Take care of yourself now, and avoid the long term Memory Care facilities that are popping open by the dozen in every city across