Reversing Cognitive Decline With The Bredesen Protocol

Symptoms of Cognitive Decline

Alzheimer’s disease and dementia are often preceded by a condition called mild cognitive impairment (MCI). It’s estimated that between 15 and 20 percent of adults over 65 are affected by this condition.

A person with MCI experiences symptoms that, while they’re likely to be noticed by family and friends, don’t seriously impact day-to-day life. These symptoms include:

  • Frequent forgetting, including important appointments and plans
  • Losing your train of thought
  • Difficulty following along with TV shows, movies, and books
  • Feeling overwhelmed when it comes to making decisions or following instructions
  • Becoming disoriented in familiar environments
  • Acting impulsively

MCI may also contribute to psychological problems like depression, anxiety, and irritability.

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