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Keep your memory sharp!!!

EVERYONE HAS TROUBLE remembering things from time to time, but have you noticed it happening more often

Perhaps you’ve noticed you’re getting a little slower on the crossword puzzle or maybe you’re having trouble concentrating or keeping up with conversations.

People might just tell you it’s to be expected as you get older, but how would you like to get back the mental agility you had 10 or even 20 years ago? Well now you can do just that...

Protect and restore your memory
The most common complaint people over the age of 35 report is short-term memory loss. Many factors conspire to rob us of mental acuity as we age. But scientists have discovered natural agents with the potential to slow or even reverse this once-inevitable decline.

Ginkgo Biloba
It’s ability to the increase blood flow to the brain explains why it is particularly beneficial for improving brain function and memory, plus its extremely high antioxidant properties inhibit the destructive free radicals thought to contribute to premature ageing and dementia. By increasing blood flow to the affected area, it is also useful for improving circulatory problems like Raynaud’s disease, male performance problems and vertigo/tinnitus.

Phosphatidyl Serine Complex
The second key substance which has been identified is a soy bean extract, Phosphatidyl Serine Complex. This is very often used as part of sports nutrition, and in extensive testing it has also been found to increase the health of brain cells.

Spot dementia’s early warning signs
Have you noticed any of these early warning symptoms of mild cognitive impairment or early dementia, either in yourself or a family member?

  • Forgetting the names of famous people.
  •  Being unable to name a popular film or TV programme.
  • Going upstairs for something and then forgetting why.
  • Repeating yourself or losing the thread of what you are saying.
  • Struggling to remember recent events, but clearly recalling things from your childhood.
  • Not being able to work out the best way to go about a task.Acetyl L-Carnitine is an amino acid which has been found to play a role in the function of nerve junctions and in the treatment of Parkinson's disease. Has the ability to get into your brain, where it acts as a powerful antioxidant preventing the unnecessary deterioration and death of brain cells connected with the acquisition and retention of new experiences or knowledge. Studies have also found it to be a promising tool in the treatment of age-related learning and memory deficits found in the elderly.

DHA which is an Omega-3 essential fatty acid and has long been associated with improved brain function and is widely used to guard against the effects of Alzheimer's disease. It can be found in many types of oily fish, seafood and types of algae and is also found in types of seeds – although levels in some of these foods can be low, so you would need to eat large amounts to benefit.

Vitamin B6
Vitamin B6 is often regarded as the sunshine vitamin because it is required for the production of serotonin, the brain chemical controlling mood/sleep patterns. It contributes to the normal function of a wide range of important bodily processes including your nervous system, red blood cell formation and immune system.