I was Wrong

I wouldn’t admit to myself or anyone else that my mind was slipping. I was afraid, but more than that, I believed that even if I had dementia, there was nothing that could be done to help me. I thought dementia was irreversible and terminal. I was wrong. 

Do you hear yourself or someone you love saying the words, “I can’t remember,” or “I don’t remember,” more and more frequently?
Are you wondering if something seriously wrong may be starting to happen? Afraid to find out? Don’t really want to know what’s going on? YOU ARE NOT ALONE. 
That was me about nine years ago. And by keeping things to myself and not getting any type of professional help, I almost lost not only my mind but everything I owned
Thanks to a recent breakthrough in dementia studies and treatments, today I am recovering from Early Onset Alzheimer’s. That is correct. I am one of several thousand people in the world who are now following the Bredesen Recode Protocol, and as a result both my memory and my life have been restored to normal.

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