Mild Cognitive Impairment and the Early Signs of Aging

I was able to attend a webinar early in the month to learn more about this topic and some of the solutions that are currently available to this portion of the population. It was interesting to learn not only how the brain works but also, how it changes over time.

Most people see getting older as something in the far distant future that has no effect on the life they lead today. In fact, some people are in denial as they see the aging process creep up beside them and begin to make changes to their day to day life and routine. Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) is just one portion of getting older that can cause some anxiety. It is more than just forgetting where you put the keys or a person’s name that you only see every once in a while. This is the point when your life begins to be effected.

In the past, there haven’t always been a lot of options. A patient visits the physician and hesitates to say that there are some serious problems beginning to emerge with not only memory but also regular mental function. The physician is concerned that using a word like dementia or even Alzheimer’s will make the patient feel uncomfortable. Having a clear idea of just what MCI is means that everyone can easily be on the same page.

On the downside, one out of two MCI patients will develop Alzheimer’s. However there is an option for early intervention that can make a difference in quality of life for patients that have this potential in their future. CerefolinNAC can slow down the progression and give individuals more to look forward to. Receiving the diagnosis of MCI doesn’t mean that it is time to give up. It means that there is plenty of time left.

CerefloinNAC manages the metabolic imbalances within the body. Because it can be administered as a pill once a day or even through a feeding tube, it is considered to be a medicinal food and can only be given with a prescription. Typically medicines to treat issues of memory loss and dementia have had side effects that at times seem to wreak havoc on the body. Having virtually no side effects means that you don’t have to give up feeling good in order to slow down the signs of memory loss and poor cognition.

No matter what the health issue, it is important to be honest with your physician and create an environment for open and honest discussion to determine just what your options are. There is no need to have anxiety about how memory loss will affect you in the future. Ask your questions and find out if CerefolinNAC is right for you.