Mercy Neurologist Publishes E-Book on Memory Loss Due To Dementia

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An estimated 60 percent of Americans can prevent dementia and memory loss by adopting just a few important lifestyle changes.

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Dementia affects 50 percent of people over the age of 85. Dr. Amarish Davè, board certified neurologist and medical director of the Mercy Memory Clinics in Crystal Lake and Woodstock, understands the importance of living a healthy lifestyle to limit early onset of Dementia and other memory loss problems as we age.

Dr. Davè released “Memory Loss: Prevent and Treat with Lifestyle Changes,” an e-book created to teach lifestyle changes to improve memory, and reduce chances of progressing to Dementia. The book teaches tried and true case studies using food, exercise, medications and other therapies to help reduce chances of Dementia in our older years.

Key chapters include:

  •     Types of memory loss and lifestyle risk factors
  •     Key foods, exercise and nutrients for preservation and treatment
  •     7 step plan to improve your memory and quality of life

To download a copy, visit or and search keyword “Amarish Davè.” For more information about Dr. Davè, visit

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