Chemo Brain

Chemo brain is defined as memory loss, decreased problem solving and attention  deficit. This happens to at least 30% of chemotherapy patients. The memory problems often do not resolve with time. Scientific studies at the University of Kansas indicate that that chemotherapy agents alter the ability to release neurotransmitters responsible for memory,...

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SAMe aids Alzheimers and Neurodegenerate diseases

Greatly reduced levels of same are directly related to Alzheimer’s and neuro-degenerative diseases, such as Parkinson’s. Same increases glutathione in the brain, increasing energy for cognition. Same also protects the brain through enhanced antioxidant presence. For consult or to purchase pharmaceutical grade Same with B6, B12 and folic acid synergists:...

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Cognitive Decline and Memory Loss

Cognitive Decline and Memory Loss   Age related cognitive decline is common and now believed to be caused by unseen vascular disease. It may also be one of the major causes of Alzheimer’s.  Dr. Griiffin has created natural organic herbal and aromatherapy blends to enhance cognition and vascular health.   Recall Memory is...

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How Memories Heal You

How Memories Heal You   Long and short term memory, pleasant and sad, are all associated with smell and stored in the limbic brain. The limbic brain has the ability to balance our emotions, moods, creativity and motivation. It is designed to assure survival and continue the species through procreation. The limbic brain...

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Alzheimer's Research

Alzheimer’s Research   Mercury, one of the most toxic substances, is indicated as one of several causes leading to Alzheimer’s disease. Symptoms of Alzheimer’s are reproduced or accelerated by mercury. Mercury produces neurodegenerative disease especially as an inhalant. It is prevalent in many auto products and by-products of exhaust. Inadequate amounts of lipoic acid and B6...

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Recall and Memory   One third of the adult population experiences a decline in memory and recall. Cognitive skills begin to decline during the 20’s and 30’s. By 27, certain abstract reasoning, brain speed and puzzle solving abilities begin a descent. Hormones or lack of them may also lead to progressive memory loss, an...

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