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