Bucking the trend that memory loss is a part of aging

If someone told you that memory loss wasn’t a normal part of aging, you’d probably think that they were full of bologna. The reality, however, is that while memory loss might not technically be a normal part of growing old, it is a common side effect. And that’s because many adults have spent a lifetime of not getting enough sleep or exercise. Stress and unhealthy diets just compound the problem.
In the following video, Dr. Mark Hyman says that memory loss is not only avoidable, but it’s also reversible. The editors of the UltraWellness YouTube Channel explain that the video gives Dr. Hyman a chance to share “success stories from patients who had been given a terrifying diagnosis — only to discover that they could actually reverse the problem, with a comprehensive plan that he makes available to you, too.”

Some of his brain “tune-up” advice includes lowering cholesterol with diet and herbs. He also says that by matching therapy to a patient’s genes, the pace of mental decline can be dramatically decreased.