brain health and memory

Is anything scarier than the thought of losing your mind? As women get older, we fear not being as sharp as we used to be — never mind dementia itself.

These worries take many forms. We’re anxious that our thinking is becoming permanently “fuzzy.” We’re terrified that our memories are starting to fail us. And we often think we just have to accept that mental decline is inevitable.

But it isn’t.

There are many factors that affect brain function at every age, but there is a lot you can do right now to keep your memory strong and your focus clear. Genetics play a role, but so does the way you live your life.

When you consistently provide the exact things your brain needs to work well, you can preserve, protect and even build healthy brain function.

If you’re noticing that you’re feeling spacy and forgetful more often, or you’re beginning to have trouble remembering names, it will help to learn more about how your brain works and what it needs. Science shows that specific nutrients in foods and supplements can improve your memory and thinking. Certain lifestyle habits matter, too.

We can help you put it all together so you feel more confident and sure about your brain health. After all, you’d like to be able to live a long life and have fun every day.

Today is the right time to take a step toward supporting and enhancing your brain health, and we’ll show you the way.

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by Dr. Julie Schwartzbard, MD

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