When your goal is to reclaim cognitive functioning, it’s important to know your options. When in the early stages of Alzheimer’s, dementia, and cognitive decline, our innovative and clinically validated approach has been proven to help patients improve their condition.
You are an individual and your treatment should be, too. Our doctors use sophisticated testing methods to analyze and understand the way that your brain is functioning. This deeper understanding allows us to create a customized care plan based on your body’s unique needs.
Reversing Alzheimer’s and Cognitive Decline May Include:
- Diet Modifications
- Regular Exercise
- Using Natural Supplements
- Lifestyle Changes
It’s easy to worry if you begin to notice changes in your cognitive ability. Mild forgetfulness can be perfectly natural as we age, but in some cases, it can be an indication that something more serious is going on.
If you’re experiencing any of the following causes of concern, consider scheduling an assessment.
10 Early Signs and Symptoms of Alzheimer’s:
- Forgetfulness that disrupts daily functioning and routines.
- Challenges in planning or problem solving.
- Having difficulty with familiar or routine tasks.
- Experiencing confusion about time and location.
- Difficulty with understanding pictures and spatial relationships.
- Difficulty writing or speaking.
- Misplacing items and finding it difficult to retrace your steps.
- Using poor judgment.
- Withdrawing from or avoiding social activities.
- Experiencing changes in mood and personality.
Causes of Alzheimer’s
Genetics, environmental factors, and a person’s lifestyle can all contribute to the risk and development of Alzheimer’s. In most cases, the cause is unknown. The disease involves proteins in the brain that begin to interfere with the functioning of neurons and generate toxicity that damages and then kills brain cells. Usually, damage begins in the part of the brain where memory is controlled, often years before symptoms are noticed.
Through a personalized care plan and strategic understanding of individual symptoms, our doctors can have discovered a breakthrough in treating mild cases of cognitive impairment, dementia, and Alzheimer’s. Once we understand the root of the symptoms, we will then start to understand ways to counteract their causes.
Contact us now to set up an appointment for a free consultation so we can give you an honest assessment as to whether or not your condition could benefit from the treatments we offer. Our doctors will take the time to make sure you understand the options available to you.