Memory Loss and Senile Dementia
A recurring memory loss can make daily life extremely frustrating and stressful. If the memory loss is progressive, as in Alzheimer's disease, it may be part of a steady deterioration of brain neurons that eventually creates a state of permanent confusion that can last for years, until the person dies.

Early intervention based on the following GSDL assessments, however, can help safeguard the body's natural protective mechanisms against the brain neural loss associated with impaired memory function. For more information click on below links.

Memory Loss and Adrenal Hormones: Chronic over secretion of the adrenal stress hormone cortisol is linked to brain atrophy, while another important adrenal hormone, DHEA, seems to protect the brain from degenerative damage.

Memory and Thyroid Function: Thyroid hormone imbalances, including those triggered by aging, can cause memory and cognitive deficits that improve with accurate diagnosis and treatment.

Memory and Oxidative Stress:: Increased production of free radicals can damage important brain neurons at the crux of memory function.

Memory and Fatty Acids: Detecting and treating fatty acid deficiencies seems to improve memory function in many patients with Alzheimer's disease.

Memory and Menopause: Besides improving bone density and cardiovascular function, the female sex hormone estrogen may protect postmenopausal women from memory loss.

Memory Loss and Melatonin: One researcher suggests that melatonin imbalances are the main triggers behind memory loss associated with Alzheimer's disease.

Memory Loss and Elemental Imbalances: Overexposure to toxins such as mercury, cadmium, and aluminum is linked to severely impaired cognitive function and loss of memory.

Memory Loss and Amino Acids: Amino acid imbalances can disrupt the production of crucial neurotransmitters in the brain.

Teresa Rispoli has her Ph.D. in Nutrition, is a licensed Acupuncturist and clinical researcher. She has been in practice for well over 25 years. It is through her clinical practice that she has gained insights into chronic health conditions.
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