New research reveals what just may be the BEST WAY to detect the earliest warning signs of Alzheimer’s disease.
It’s reportedly more accurate than a blood test… better than any online quiz… and a whole lot easier (not to mention cheaper) than a visit to the neurologist.
In fact, the only “expert opinion” you need for this one is your own.
That’s right, you could be your own best “doctor” when it comes to diagnosing dementia risk earlier.
In fact, it could give you the earliest shot yet at SLOWING, STOPPING, and even REVERSING the cognitive slide that could lead to Alzheimer’s disease.
And today, I’m going to share exactly how to get it done.
How to “SELF-DIAGNOSE” your Alzheimer’s risk
It all boils down to three basic facts.
- You know yourself better than anyone else.
- You know how well you can think, process, and remember.
- And you know how things compare to the way it used to be.
It sounds simple. And there’s a good reason for that. It IS simple.
A new study finds subjective cognitive decline – in other words, cognitive decline that YOU notice and feel – is a vital marker of Alzheimer’s risk.
Researchers followed some 240 older men and women who had complained of memory loss or other cognitive problems to their primary care doctors. Each had been referred to a specialist for testing.
But here’s the thing. They aced those tests.
Typically, when this happens… as it does every day, all around the country… that’s the end of it. The patients KNOW something’s wrong, and INSIST they need help. But since they passed the test, the trail ends there.
Go home. You’ve got nothing to worry about. Everything’s fine.
Except everything’s not fine. Not for everyone anyway, as the new study reveals. Because the researchers DIDN’T stop there for once. They conducted more extensive testing and even took samples of cerebrospinal fluids.
And those tests found that many of these folks indeed had the earliest warning signs of cognitive problems. And those cerebrospinal samples often had signs of the amyloid-beta and tau proteins, which are linked to Alzheimer’s disease.
Support your brain with this simple Memory Mix
Now, it’s important to remember these folks didn’t have the run-of-the-mill “brain burp” complaints we all battle from time to time (especially as we get older). They were concerned enough about their memory slips to see a doctor about them and then take specialized tests.
In other words, there’s no need to panic every time you lose the keys.
But if your memory troubles feel like something MORE than that… and you’ve already been given the all-clear on the Alzheimer’s front by a doctor… there’s at least a chance something could still be wrong.
And since the study confirms we really DO know ourselves best consider it your first, and best, chance to slow, stop, and perhaps even reverse the mostly hidden decline.
An excellent first step is curcumin. In one study, just 90 mg of this spice extract per day led to HIGHER scores on memory tests and LOWER levels of those dementia-linked proteins in key regions of the brain.
But don’t stop there, round out your Memory Mix with a…
- good B complex
- quality fish oil supplement
- proper sleep schedule
This simple, but powerful, team could help juice up your brain, shore up your memory, and slash your Alzheimer’s risk at the same time.