memory loss

  1. The TRUE cause of memory loss (Hint: It’s NOT what you think!)

    There’s a SECRET condition that’s slowly robbing millions of Americans of their most precious memories...

    And it’s NOT what you think.

    It’s not your age… even if your doctor says it is.

    It’s not dementia… even if that’s what you’re worried about.

    And it’s not a drug side effect… even though that certainly IS a culprit in many cases.

    No, this one is a lot harder to spot.

    That’s the bad news.

    The good news? It’s also a whole lot simpler to fix – and you can start as soon as TODAY.

    I’ll show you how...

    Losing your memories… in your sleep

    The problems start in your sleep.

    But in this case, it’s not how much you sleep or how well you sleep—even though both are important to memory.

    It’s what happens when you sleep… late at night… without even realizing it.

    Millions of Americans struggle to breathe in their sleep. It’s a condition called sleep apnea – but unless you’ve been tested for it, or have a spouse who has seen you gasping for air in the night, you’ll NEVER know you have it.

    If you do, those short gaps in oxygen could empty out your memory tank, leaving you left with what’s known as “overgeneralized” memories.

    That’s when you remember things… in general… but struggle with the details.

    You might recall that your wedding was in Poughkeepsie. But you might forget the name of the priest who did the service… what you said to each other that magical day… and even when your new brother-in-law had a little too much and made a fool of himself at the reception.

    In the new study, folks with apnea were two and a half times more likely to have these overgeneralized memories.

    SCARY! It’s like the most important parts of your life story… lost forever.

    But we can bring them back.

    With the tips I’m about to reveal, you’ll be able to RESTORE you brain power, REGAIN your memories and AVOID the frustration of forgetting what’s important to you.

    How to BEAT sleep apnea

    When docs diagnose apnea, they usually advise an oxygen mask (aka CPAP), which can be almost impossible to sleep with. Some will do a short surgery which can be painful and not 100 percent effective.

    There are two easier ways:

    1) Stop drinking, especially at night: Booze is already a great sleep disruptor. And if you have apnea, it can trigger MORE episodes that last LONGER.

    2) Drop a few pounds: I’m not talking about a dramatic and impossible diet. Sure, if you want to remake your life to be healthier, I’m all for it. But when it comes to apnea, the condition will usually ease after dropping even 5 percent of body weight… and can often be cured if you lose 10 percent.

    Those are pretty realistic targets for anyone, often achievable within just a month or two!

  2. Memory loss linked to hearing loss

    The SURPRISING secret that can REVERSE memory loss

    There’s ONE quick action you can take today that can BLOCK decline in your brain and STOP the onset of dementia, and it’s as simple as this:

    All you need to do is make sure you don’t have this KNOWN risk factor that’s popped up repeatedly in studies.

    It’s a condition that your own doctor can easily test for and quickly treat without a single medication.

    Yet odds are, he’s never even mentioned it!

    I’m talking about hearing loss – a MAJOR quality-of-life factor for older folks that many mainstream doctors won’t test for it unless you ask. And, let’s face it, we’re not always the best judge of our own hearing ability.

    The result?

    Millions of older Americans are quietly suffering from hearing loss, and a new study shows how it’s more than just a matter of raising the volume of the TV and radio...

    It could be a significant factor when it comes to your BRAIN, especially your overall cognition.

    The new study finds that the more hearing loss you suffer, the more likely you’ll experience at least some degree of cognitive struggles.

    Folks with even mild to moderate hearing loss score lower on memory tests.

    But here’s the thing: That’s only true with UNTREATED hearing loss.

    Seniors with that same loss who wear hearing aids score just as well on those memory tests as people with no hearing loss at all!

    In other words, FIXING your hearing loss could also FIX YOUR BRAIN.

    Ready for the best part of this?

    You might be able to completely reverse your hearing loss right now… WITHOUT a hearing aid!

    Many common forms of hearing loss are caused by poor circulation in the ear, which depends on extremely narrow blood vessels.

    Because of how small they are, even a slight loss of blood flow can lead to hearing loss and tinnitus.

    Natural therapies such as gingko can restore the flow of blood and reverse hearing loss quickly and efficiently.

    Some forms of hearing loss, especially in one side, have another cause: wax.

    I know… ewwww!

    But you’d be surprised at how often wax is the problem, and a quick removal in a doctor’s office (definitely DON’T try this at home!) can lead to instant results.

    If you’ve tried all that and still suffer from hearing loss, consider a hearing aid. They are cheaper, smaller and less intrusive than ever.

    I’ll have more on dementia and another HIDDEN cause of this disease – as well as a way to REVERSE it – coming up in tomorrow’s House Calls.

    Keep an eye on your email!

  3. Memory loss linked to hearing loss

    The SURPRISING secret that can REVERSE memory loss There’s ONE quick action you can take today that can BLOCK decline in your brain and STOP the onset of dementia, and it’s as simple as this: All you need to do is make sure you don’t have this KNOWN risk factor that’s popped up repeatedly in studies. It’s a condition that...
  4. Stop memory loss… with walking?

    The dollar-store secret to a better brain As much as I like a good bargain, I'm no fan of dollar stores. They're a reminder of the truth to the old adage that you get what you pay for. But there's one thing you'll find in any big dollar store that's worth more than a buck. A simple pedometer has the...
  5. Memory loss reversed with better sleep

    Preserve and protect memory with this nighttime trick Improve your memory... literally overnight? I know that sounds too good to be true, but maybe you should sleep on it before you dismiss it. I've got a secret to boosting your brainpower and keeping yourself sharp as you get older, and you're not going to believe how easy it is. It's...
  6. Memory loss stopped with better heart health

    Preserve your memory with this one powerful trick Ever walk into a room and forget why you're there? Run into an old friend and space on his name? Search frantically for something, only to find that it's been in your hands all along? Yeah, we've all been there. Those little brain burps are just an ordinary -- if frustrating...
  7. Carotenoids protect against memory loss

    Memory loss is common with aging, but two healthy carotenoids might be able to stop it cold.
  8. Memory loss often ignored by seniors

    Memory loss is common in seniors, but most never mention it to a doctor – and that means most never get help… until it’s too late.
  9. Beat memory loss with a new hobby

    Memory loss doesn’t have to be inevitable with aging. Take up a new hobby, and you can train your brain to function better so you stay sharper.
  10. How much sleep do you need?

    The amount of sleep each person needs varies, but new research claims 7 hours a night is best for brain health.
  11. Too much insulin can damage the brain

    Too much insulin can damage the brain and lead to memory loss -- which is why diabetics are especially prone to dementia.
  12. Signs of high blood sugar harm memory

    High blood sugar -- even slightly high blood sugar -- can damage the brain and lead to memory loss.
  13. Sleep can be natural detox for the brain

    Sleep can detoxify the brain by sweeping out toxins -- including the toxins that lead to dementia.
  14. Common meds can cause brain damage in seniors

    A common class of meds given to seniors can damage the brain and set the stage for dementia.
  15. The health benefits of chocolate preserve memory

    Chocolate can help protect the brain, improving the flow of blood and even enhancing your memory.
  16. Spotting early signs of dementia

    Online tests and quizzes can't help detect cognitive decline and dementia -- but you can do it on your own. Here's how.
  17. Sleep medications can enhance bad memories

    Common sleep medications can enhance bad memories -- so the very things that keep you awake at night can actually be front-and-center on your mind the next day.
  18. Taking blood pressure can predict dementia risk

    A type of blood pressure reading called central blood pressure can help predict your risk of dementia, according to new research.
  19. Opioid painkillers linked to low testosterone levels

    A new study has uncovered a link between opioid painkillers, low testosterone, and erection problems.
  20. Herpes simplex virus can lead to dementia

    Common infections including herpes simplex 1 and 2 can increase your risk of dementia. Here's how you can turn that risk around.

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