Got dementia? Did you know that isn't even a thing any more? In the last ten years medical experts have redefined how we think about memory loss. The testing and screenings for memory loss are undergoing dramatic shifts. At the same time the drugs used to slow memory loss are being questioned. We're seeing a reshuffling of the very definition of Alzheimer's disease even as more and more people are being diagnosed every year.
Dr. Maloney talks about what we know about the memory and why we need to rethink our definitions. He covers the food and lifestyle choices that people expect to affect memory but which studies show don't give the results we'd like. In the process he talks about Dr. Bredesen's Protocol and why that will only work for fewer than 5% of patients. In simple terms, Dr. Maloney lays out what will work, what doesn't, and how to keep the memories you cherish.
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About the Author
Dr. Christopher Maloney has spent his life trying to become the doctor he was unable to find when he was ill himself. His practice can be summed up by: when you get hit by a bus go see your M.D. When you just feel like you were, it is time to see me.