How do you know if your brain is healthy?
You usually know your own memory function and if it’s okay or not, and whether you can recall events in your life that happened a long time ago or recently. From time to time – due to stress or traumatic events – we all experience some memory loss or lapses, but usually it is not concerning.
Alzheimer’s is a dangerous brain health condition; we all know how devastating it is to lose your brain capabilities. Some of us have even experienced it with our family and friends, and are now consciously aware of our brain function.
Do you know that you can do a lot to prevent your brain from further damage, stop the degrading process and regenerate neurons?
Yes, you can. And the first step is to accept that we live in the reality that creates and maintains chronic degenerative health conditions. It’s a complicated reality to face because we are trapped in it and have to deal with it every day. Almost every decision we make that has to do with the outside world could be evaluated for toxic exposure because it’s around us. But if we do that, we would quickly become paranoid (and some people are), so I don’t advise it.
Education is Key
I suggest educating yourself on your lifestyle choices and changing the most dangerous things you do, and everything else that you can, and relax on the rest knowing you did all you could. Be aware of the most critical choices you make about your surroundings, especially the ones affecting your physical brain, because if your brain is not working correctly, you cannot make any definite decisions about anything else.
It is not only Alzheimer’s that can take away your brain function but anything that allows the brain to degenerate. Alzheimer’s can be predicted by a genetic test, but even then it is not conclusive as to whether you will develop it. Conversely, if your genes are clean, it is not a guarantee that you will retain your brain function and mental acuity until the end of your life.
I think mental acuity is so essential as we age.
Think about it, we gain so much experience and knowledge, and some of us are going through personal development work and becoming better and much more aware individuals. Some people even realize they can start enjoying their lives after they are 50-60 years old.
I want to get even better brain function as I gracefully age so that I can enjoy my life entirely.
What Can You Do to Prevent Brain Neuron Degradation?
First, you have to know where you are. To get to Texas, you need to know where you are right now because if you don’t know where you are, you cannot create a roadmap.
I am very excited that now I have a full testing panel to evaluate risk factors for Alzheimer’s. I was waiting for it for a long time.
This creates an important window of opportunity for preclinical management for individuals who have a high risk of developing Alzheimer’s, even years before the clinical onset of disease.
It is a strategically planned panel of biomarkers revealing never-before-seen clinical perspectives of brain-related immune reactivity. It includes:
- Brain proteins
- Growth factors
- Enteric Nerve, Enzymes, and Neurological Peptides
- Oral and other pathogens that can affect your brain
- Chemicals that damage brain cells
- Foods cross-reactive to amyloid formation
- Blood-brain barrier and inflammation factors that are affecting the nervous system.
It is one blood test so all of this can be tested at once.
I will be doing it for myself and my family, and I highly recommend going for it, especially if you have genetic markers as I do or if you have anybody in your family who has suffered with dementia or Alzheimer’s. The earlier you do it, the better the chances are to reverse and correct existing problems.