You’ve got a great chance at beating dementia.
But here’s the problem: By the time your doc says you have it… you may have already missed your shot.
It’s ALL about spotting the EARLIEST signs of the disease. And the sad reality is, mainstream medicine’s just NOT set up to detect dementia in those critical first stages.
They even call it “pre-clinical,” meaning it’s happening but can’t be detected by their tests yet.
But new research reveals what those tests can’t. It uncovers what may be the first warning sign of dementia – one of the earliest possible stages of the disease.
That means you’ve got that shot after all… a chance to take action when it matters most. And today, I’m going to show you how.
The strange dementia symptom you shouldn’t ignore
You know, sometimes it’s just hard to get excited about stuff. Trust me, I understand.
Like right now. It’s tough to care about Thanksgiving when we know the whole extended family won’t be gathered around the dining table for the turkey. But at least there’s a sound REASON for that kind of apathy. You’re disappointed that the holiday won’t happen.
There’s another form of apathy that can strike, however. And it’s far more sinister. It’s when you have a hard time caring about things when there’s no reason to feel so uninterested or down. When even the things you’ve always loved hold no importance for you any longer.
When that kind of apathy strikes, whether it’s in you or a loved one, that’s the time to act with the steps I’m about to share. Because that’s what the new study finds could be your first red flag that something is going wrong, especially in your brain.
That degree of apathy, the study finds, could DOUBLE your risk of developing dementia over the following years. In real numbers, that means up to one in four seniors with severe apathy will develop the disease.
The scientists note that apathy might sound like it’s linked to a bout of depression, and in some cases, it certainly can be. But it’s also its own thing when you have less motivation, energy, and drive. In short, you just don’t care.
B complex could help slow brain shrink and fight apathy
If your own motivations are lacking… if you’ve lost interest in the things you love… then it’s time to get yourself back on track before it’s too late. Studies show early action can make all the difference in the world when it comes to dementia.
In this case, there’s one specific option worth trying, and that’s a B complex containing B6, B12, and folic acid.
Previous studies have found that apathy can be a sign of reduced volume in the brain… or the dreaded “brain shrink.” A little shrink is normal with age, but too much is a problem. Over the long haul, studies show it could lead to cognitive decline and dementia.
That could also help explain the link between apathy and dementia found in the new study. But a decent B complex has been shown to help slow that shrink, giving your aging brain just the protection it needs.
They’re inexpensive supplements and easy to find in any store or online. And for even more early actions you can take to build a barrier against dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, check out this free special report.
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