Maybe you're not sure. Perhaps you have more times you'd like to admit when names or details that used to come to you quickly take longer to retrieve. People say it's normal, but in the back of your mind you wonder if that's the right attitude.
Most women think keeping a sharp, quick mind as they age isn’t possible. They’re conditioned to believe after some arbitrary birthday, cognitive function slows and they should accept decline without question.
And their doctors aren't helping. Most women hear from their physicians that nothing can be done to avoid or reverse sluggish thinking or brain fog - and certainly not mild cognitive impairment.
They don’t see improvement on the horizon. They resign themselves to thinking this is how life goes, nothing can be done – and they should be thankful for the blessings they have.
In other words, they ignore it. They figure their genes control that kind of thing anyway, so why bother trying to improve their brain's abilities?
But that's not you. Not by a long shot.
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I know - because you’re reading this page - you are not that kind of woman.
You are not resigned to decline, but are looking for solutions to feel as sharp and energetic as you can. You are not one who passively sits by while your mental quickness slips, but you are looking to actually IMPROVE your brain.
The question is: Has what you’ve been doing so far working? Do you have sharp, clear thinking? What are the chances of keeping everything you've got now, feeling in control and avoiding the scare of dementia, especially if it’s in your family history? Do you even BELIEVE you can have clear cognition through old age?
I asked myself the same questions. My mom is in late-stage Alzheimer’s, and her mom had it, too. Knowing women are twice as likely to get Alzheimer’s disease as men, I could see the genetic cards stacked against me. What could I do to protect myself?
Fortunately for all of us, there's a LOT we can do. Doctors are seeing women clear brain fog and regain quick thinking. They're seeing brains look and act like they're decades younger. They’re even seeing REVERSAL of symptoms of dementia. Just a few short years ago, to suggest this possibility was medical heresy!
You can actually rehabilitate a sluggish brain and make it act "younger" … regaining energy, focus and clarity. You can revel in a life full of laughter and joy, enjoying your spouse, children and grandchildren. You can pursue friendships and passions, travel to places you've always wanted to see and do things you've always wanted to do.
You can THRIVE.
Our world-class speakers will encourage and inspire you to know the truth... Rather than declining with age, your brain can get even better!
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Hi! My name is Maureen and I'm here to help you think clearly.
Why do I care so much about the brain? Because my mom has Alzheimer's disease, as did her mom. I've seen up close and personal how devastating the loss of brain function can be.
But instead of resigning myself to fear, I'm taking action. I don't believe in throwing your hands up and "letting the cards fall as they may."
I'm combining my formal training in clinical research for medical devices, sports medicine and nutrition with my personal motivation to learn how we can clear troubling brain fog, enjoy lightening-quick cognition, and feel decades younger.
Stick with me to learn the latest in how to take care of what's between your ears, so you can not only reduce risk of future disease, but revel in your best life possible TODAY!
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