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Reversing Alzheimer's: The New Toolkit to Improve Cognition and Protect Brain Health

Posted By: tarantoga
Reversing Alzheimer's: The New Toolkit to Improve Cognition and Protect Brain Health

Dr. Heather Sandison, "Reversing Alzheimer's: The New Toolkit to Improve Cognition and Protect Brain Health"
English | ISBN: 0063339080 | 2024 | EPUB | 384 pages | 4 MB

A revolutionary and much-needed exploration of Alzheimer’s and how patients and their caregivers can take back control from this insidious disease.

A significant portion of our population worries about the grip of dementia as we age. With over 6.5 million Americans living with Alzheimer's, the urgency for a solution has never been greater.

Dr. Heather Sandison is at the forefront of dementia care and research. The founder of Solcere Health Clinic, San Diego’s premier brain optimization clinic, and Marama, the first residential memory care facility to have the goal of returning cognitively declined residents to independent living, Dr. Sandison knows better than most what Alzheimer’s does to people—to their brains, their bodies, their families, and their lives.

If you're facing the challenge of Alzheimer's, either personally or as a caregiver, there is hope. A growing body of evidence shows that implementing a handful of strategies can improve cognition and quality of life in dementia patients. In Reversing Alzheimer's, Dr. Sandison lays out this customizable and doable approach so that you can start supporting you or your loved one's brain health right away.

Within these pages, Dr. Sandison distills complex neurocognitive research into actionable steps, empowering you to:

Fortify your brain health against cognitive decline
Implement lifestyle changes that can reverse the effects of Alzheimer's
Transform your environment to support cognitive wellness
Understand options for brain health to fit any budget

Dr. Sandison's expertise, derived from her clinical practice, residential care, and peer-reviewed research, charts the course for a future where Alzheimer's is not a terminal diagnosis, but a reversible condition. Reversing Alzheimer’s is an essential tool for anyone aspiring to rewrite their story and achieve a future free from the affliction of Alzheimer's.