It’s already being hailed as a memory GAME-CHANGER for seniors.
This new discovery could save millions of older Americans from the ravages of cognitive decline. It may even have the potential to help block dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
And it works WHEN and WHERE it’s needed most. In other words, it’s not in that general, “hey, this will cut your risk” kind of way.
This brain-restoring technique works in older folks already suffering from memory loss.
In many ways, it’s the Holy Grail of brain health.
And best of all, it’s available to anyone, at any time, and anywhere.
Put the brakes on cognitive decline… and hit reverse
No drug can make the same promises.
Once age-linked memory loss sinks in, there’s pretty much NOTHING in the pharmacy that can help. The mainstream will tell you it’s all downhill from here.
If you’re lucky, you’ll just have to live with worsening “senior moments” and the fog of cognitive struggles.
If you’re not, well, the darkness of dementia might start closing in. And the sad truth is, that’s usually a one-way journey.
That’s why this new memory breakthrough is so exciting AND important.
Because it promises to be able to do what drugs can’t. It won’t just slow memory loss in seniors and delay decline. In some cases, it could actually REVERSE it.
I wouldn’t expect you to hear about this solution anywhere else because there’s no money at stake. In fact, no one stands to gain a penny from this research.
And it’s not a fancy pill or a complicated and mysterious ancient technique. In fact, the secret is just a little bit of activity you can do yourself, in and around your own home or local park.
Specifically, it’s to get some aerobic exercise.
But wait, don’t throw up your hands in frustration yet. I know that sounds like a pain in the keister, especially if you’re like me and not exactly the active type.
But trust me, it’s easy. And I’ll give you a little insider’s trick that’ll make this memory saving trick quick and painless in a moment.
Improve memory up to 47% with movement
First, the scoop on this game-changing study. Seniors suffering memory loss were assigned to either an aerobic workout plan or just plain stretching.
One year later, the seniors who were stretching had almost no changes to their failing recall. But the ones who did aerobics had a 47 percent improvement in memory.
Brain scans revealed why. The exercise increased blood flow to key regions of the brain, especially the anterior cingulate cortex and the hippocampus, which play a crucial role in memory.
Naturally, they’re already talking about making a DRUG that can take the place of exercise and improve that flow of blood. But who needs a drug when you can get that benefit right now, for free?
Aerobic exercise doesn’t have to be difficult or super strenuous either. And you don’t even need to join a class.
A brisk walk, hiking, tennis, dancing, and more all count as aerobic exercise. There are also DVDs you can buy like the one I’ve been addicted to lately, which is dancing to fun upbeat music for just a few minutes at a time. Or, if you prefer, there are even simple at-home exercise routines you can find for free on YouTube.
In addition to exercise, natural therapies such as ginkgo biloba can also help enhance that blood flow to the brain, giving you even more protection to help preserve and enhance your memory as you get older.