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Defying Dementia: Training the Brain Back to Health

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As we get older there are few things more frightening than forgetting someone's name or where you left your house keys. For millions of us the first few times this happens we fear we're experiencing the onset of dementia. Many of us worry when there's no need to. Understanding the signs and symptoms of dementia can ease your mind.

Not only that, recognizing the symptoms can lead to an early diagnosis which can mean better treatment options, a ...

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Overview

As we get older there are few things more frightening than forgetting someone's name or where you left your house keys. For millions of us the first few times this happens we fear we're experiencing the onset of dementia. Many of us worry when there's no need to. Understanding the signs and symptoms of dementia can ease your mind.

Not only that, recognizing the symptoms can lead to an early diagnosis which can mean better treatment options, a longer, better life and a change to take steps to slow or reduce the symptoms of dementia.

Dementia isn't necessarily a death sentence. There are many drugs and treatments that all the patient to retrain parts of their brain that have been damaged. This allows for a better quality of life. You don't have to accept dementia. You can DEFY it by getting learning the symptoms, getting diagnosed early, and getting treatment quickly. Diagnosis only takes 10 minutes. Ten minutes is all that stands between you and knowing if your lapse of memory is fatigue, a vitamin B deficiency, some other curable disease, or depression. Don't you want to know if you or a loved one can be helped? Then buy this book.

Kevin Davies, MSc DIP CAH, HPD, PNLP is a leading expert in his field.
He is also a dementia care consultant and has been using Hypnotherapy, CI therapy and Neuroplasticity (the ability of the brain to heal and change itself) to treat strokes, brain-injury, dementia (Alzheimer's Disease) Lewy bodies, Korsakoffs Syndrome, Parkinson's disease and essential tremors at his SP Care Clinic in London, and in other consulting centers around the UK for more than 20 years.
Defying Dementia is a basic text about dementia, neuroplasticity and some of the options for survivors and their caregivers.
Kevin Davies, MSc DIP CAH, HPD, PNLP is a leading expert in his field.
He is also a dementia care consultant and has been using Hypnotherapy, CI therapy and Neuroplasticity (the ability of the brain to heal and change itself) to treat strokes, brain-injury, dementia (Alzheimer's Disease) Lewy bodies, Korsakoffs Syndrome, Parkinson's disease and essential tremors at his SP Care Clinic in London, and in other consulting centers around the UK for more than 20 years.
Defying Dementia is a basic text about dementia, neuroplasticity and some of the options for survivors and their caregivers.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781484053140
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 4/14/2013
  • Pages: 110
  • Sales rank: 984,953
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.23 (d)

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Kevin Davies, MSc DIP CAH, HPD, PNLP is a leading expert in his field.
He is also a dementia care consultant and has been using Hypnotherapy, CI therapy and Neuroplasticity (the ability of the brain to heal and change itself) to treat strokes, brain-injury, dementia (Alzheimer's Disease) Lewy bodies, Korsakoffs Syndrome, Parkinson's disease and essential tremors at his SP Care Clinic in London, and in other consulting centers around the UK for more than 20 years.
Defying Dementia is a basic text about dementia, neuroplasticity and some of the options for survivors and their caregivers.
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