Memory loss is an insidious problem for many people. It starts off as a subtle annoyance that many people learn to live with, but left untreated, it can become disabling. And for some, memory loss can be an early sign of dementia.
Crystal Lake, IL. (PRWEB) July 29, 2009
Memory Loss affects millions of people in the United States, and over 5 million suffer from a more severe form for called Dementia, with Alzheimer's dementia being the most common form. Dr. Amarish Dave', a board certified neurologist in private practice in Crystal lake, Illinois, has released a book, titled: Memory Loss- Prevent and Treat with Lifestyle Changes. The book is free to download by clicking here: Memory Loss
The book reviews the lifestyle changes that can impact memory loss and also reduce one's risk of developing dementia. Dementia is a progressive decline in cognitive functions involving memory, processing of information, and mood changes among others. In addition, the book aims to provide guidance to families of loved ones already diagnosed with dementia. Dr. Dave' states, "Memory loss is an insidious problem for many people. It starts off as a subtle annoyance that many people learn to live with, but left untreated, it can become disabling. And for some, memory loss can be an early sign of dementia."
Many people can significantly reduce their problem with memory loss, and also greatly reduce their risk of developing Alzheimer's dementia, or other forms of dementia, by making lifestyle changes. The book reviews studies that show how lifestyle changes can improve memory and cut your dementia risk. Also, even patients with advance dementia can have improved quality of life and comfort with some non-traditional interventions.
To get a copy of the book for free click here: Memory Loss