Why you MUST address brain health before it is too late
Most people don’t see a doctor for brain problems until symptoms are advanced:
- Movement or balance disorders
Catching the early warning signs
Neurological diseases can start decades earlier. Common issues that can signal severe neurological issues later in life include chronic inflammation, chronic hormonal imbalances, hypothyroidism, brain fog, depression, fatigue, memory lapses, and more.
For instance, the area of your brain that is the most degenerated in dementia and Alzheimer’s is also the area of the brain that controls your sleep-wake cycle. Chronic insomnia, night wakings, or feeling extremely tired in the morning signal the body’s sleep-waked cycle (circadian rhythm) is not functioning appropriately. Some researchers consider this an early warning sign for an increased risk of Alzheimer’s later in life.
Addressing symptoms with functional neurology and corrections to diet, lifestyle, and brain chemistry NOW can improve your chances of remaining sharp and agile into old age.