Concerned about your brain health?
Are you experiencing “brain fog” and inability to concentrate or remember things as well as you did before? There seems to be a lot of shame admitting even to our loved ones if we are finding our memory or brain function seems to be declining and try to hide it from others. When women reach menopause it is not uncommon to notice changes in their mood and brain. Often these changes are easily reversed.
Other times it is somewhat more complex and may be a sign of potential further degeneration.
Preventative treatment is always the best approach to avoiding disease. The earlier any disease risk is addressed, the better the improvement.
Up until recently, if you were diagnosed with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease the common response from your doctor was to “Go home and get your affairs in order”. However, there is hope! Medical research is constantly evolving and what we now understand is that brain health is dependent on addressing multiple factors.
Susan Kath trained with the neurologist, Dr Dale Bredesen in December 2016 and is registered to deliver the ReCODE protocol. Designed by Dale Bredesen and MPI cognition, the results are showing that early Alzheimer’s disease and dementia can be reversed. Susan has continued training with Dr Bredesen in conjunction with The Institute for Functional Medicine completing further studies in December 2017 on reversing cognitive decline as more research is conducted.
If you or a loved one are experiencing brain function challenges or have a family history of Dementia or Alzheimer’s disease and want to reduce your risk, I’d recommend reading “The End Of Alzheimers, the first program to prevent and reverse cognitive decline” written by Dr Bredesen.
Understanding and correcting the causes of what is affecting your brain health can be revealed by the ReCODE protocol with treatment personalised to your unique requirements.
If you’re interested in knowing more please contact us. I am happy to offer a complimentary 15 minute consultation if you wish to discuss the program further.