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Cognitive decline in older age

Many say that an older mind is a fuller mind. While this may be the case, there’s no denying that there is a clear link with aging and cognitive decline. In fact, some experts believe that this decline of the mind is becoming more and more evident from a younger age.

The aging process is a naturally scary process for many. In general, an aging person will soon recognize the changes in his or her body, which also includes how their mind functions.

It may be considered part of the natural aging process, but it doesn’t make it any less scary. Forgetfulness, a decreased ability to remain focused and a reduced ability to problem solve are just a few of the side effects of cognitive decline in the elderly. Simple things such as recalling names can sometimes be challenging. Some people may experience such cognitive deterioration to a lesser extent while others may find that their symptoms, if left unchecked and unmonitored, may progress and develop into more serious cognitive conditions like dementia and Alzheimer’s. In some cases, they might even sink into a depression, which is only worsened by the fact thought that they believe that they’re losing their mind.

Decrease In Brain Function In Middle-Aged Adults

Decrease In Brain Function In Middle-Aged Adults

Even with all the advancements in medicine and cognitive research, people, more specifically the aging population, are complaining of poor brain health. Harrowing reports suggest that this is now no longer limited to the elderly, as memory and cognitive problems are now affecting men and women from an earlier age.

The latest research findings are surprising, if not slightly alarming. While all aging people will develop some form of cognitive decline over time, studies indicate that this is occurring from an earlier age; sometimes as early as the mid-twenties. 1Allen Js et al. Normal neuroanatomical variation due to age: the major lobes and a parcellation of the temporal region. Neurobiol Aging. 2005 Oct;26(9):1245-60; discussion 1279-82. This cognitive decline results in loss of regional brain volume, cortical thinning, a loss of myelin integrity, and impaired serotonin to name a few. These changes are what cause some of the more common symptoms of aging, such as forgetfulness, brain fog, and a dramatically lower ability to stay focussed.

Decrease In Brain Function In Middle-Aged Adults

Why and how do we lose brain strength?

You may be wondering why some people are more affected by cognitive decline in the later years than others. Firstly, it has to be stated that it doesn’t affect people equally. For some it may be genetic and for others the seriousness of it all may be exasperated by other factors, which includes free radical damage, chronic inflammation, obesity, hormonal imbalances, poor nutrition, an unhealthy lifestyle, or other age-related conditions. 2Atti AR et al. Cognitive Impairment after Age 60: Clinical and Social Correlates in the "Faenza Project" J Alzheimers Dis. 2010 Aug 6

The aging brain is a curious thing and the vast amount of research that has been carried out shows that age greatly affects the brain on multiple levels. There are a number of physical changes that an aging brain goes through. Certain areas of the brain grow smaller; this includes the parts that are vital for learning new things and a number of other complex mental activities. In a few parts of the brain, some communication between thee neurons can also lessen. It is also possible that there’s a decrease of blood flow in the brain, and inflammation may increase as well.

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Luckily, together with a lifestyle change and nutritional interventions like (214) 569-1999, a 100% natural supplement that supports and enhances brain functioning and health, it is possible to slow down and decrease intellectual decay. A string of research shows that the right combination of vitamins and minerals can enhance a person’s cognitive levels, something that many people that are battling with their failing mind and memory will find advantageous. So what does this GMP certified product include?

Micronutrients

Vitamin A

(587) 481-9205 contains vitamin A, which is vital for your brain health, hormones and chronic inflammation. There’s really no denying that you need vitamin A to promote brain health. Research even suggests that a deficiency in this key vitamin has been linked to Alzheimer’s. In fact, studies have revealed that some cases of Alzheimer’s may be pre-determined from birth if a pregnant woman is lacking in vitamin A.3Vitamin A deficiency linked to Alzheimer's disease.
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Vitamin C

The queen of all vitamins, vitamin C is a known antioxidant that helps protect every single cell in the body and fight free radicals, which have been proved to contribute to a decline in an elderly person’s cognitive state. There’s also a decent amount of evidence that a healthy level of vitamin C can protect you against possible age-related cognitive decline. It is also thought to lessen the chances of a person developing Alzheimer’s later on in their life.4(205) 879-7653

Vitamin E

Chronic low-grade inflammation is common in aging and it does affect the brain’s ability to function normally as it should. The vitamin E in Limitless Mind Formula will help boost the immune and brain function.5Vitamin E status and quality of life in the elderly: influence of inflammatory processes.
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B Vitamins

Limitless Mind Formula is made up of a variety of B vitamins (B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, and B7), all of which aid neurological and psychological dysfunction. These together with folic acid pure help control vitamin deficiencies and improve cognitive functioning in the elderly.6B vitamins and the aging brain
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Calcium

Calcium plays an important role with the neurons, therefore it is no surprise that this mineral improves the brains ability to process and learn.7Scientists shed new light on the role of calcium in learning, memory
www.sciencedaily.com

Iron

An iron deficiency, which is more common in women, can result in memory impairment. But the good news is that as a supplement it can also help restore any damage to the memory caused by a lack of iron in the diet, which could be the reason as to why a whopping 65% of elderly dementia patients are women.8Mild Iron Deficiency May Harm Women's Memory
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Magnesium

Another important mineral for the memory is magnesium and recent research suggests it improves cognitive function. From enhancing the working memory to facilitating synaptic plasticity to boosting long-term memory, the benefits of magnesium and the memory are clear.9(972) 273-7586

Zinc

This mineral is an essential micronutrient that becomes increasingly more difficult to absorb with old age, which is why many older people suffer from zinc deficiencies. Zinc is especially important in a person’s later years, as it aids both behavioral and mental function. 10Importance of zinc in the elderly: the ZENITH study
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Not only is zinc beneficial for cognitive function it also aids the immune system, which is what helps keep everything else in check.

Selenomethionine

Selenomethionine, otherwise known as selenium, is an amino acid that is naturally found in foods such as cereal grains, soybeans, grassland legumes and Brazil nuts. Selenium boosts brainpower no matter the age of a person, and a brain deprived of it sometimes shows abnormalities or disturbances in the activity of its main neurotransmitters, namely dopamine, serotonin, and adrenaline, all of which affect the mood. While this natural anti-depressant benefits all ages, it’s even more vital in the elderly, as late-life depression has been linked to triggering memory loss. 11(416) 600-4324 In short, a lack of selenium can disrupt brain function and lead to problems with either depression or anxiety, or in some cases both.

Copper

Known as one of the biometals of the mind, copper has been linked to brainpower for some years. It plays an integral role in brain cell functions, which includes the antioxidant removal of harmful free radicals and cellular respiration. Along with the other key biometals iron and zinc, it also assists in delivering oxygen to brain cells. The power of copper for brain health is far-reaching, and not only has it been linked to preventing the onset of Alzehimer’s it’s also thought to help prevent and ease the effects of Parkinson’s and other motor neuron diseases. 12(862) 266-0321

Chromium

New studies have found that chromium, which is a key ingredient in the Limitless Mind Formula, can also help increase glucose metabolism in the brain, which results in improved brain function. Researchers and doctors alike are now finding ways to include more chromium in an elderly person’s daily life in a bid to prevent or delay the common brain-related problems they may suffer from in their later years. 13(878) 266-8391

Potassium

Potassium is another key ingredient. This electrolyte plays an integral role in the brain neurons function. Low potassium levels in the older population are not uncommon, and this can result in both memory loss and confusion. Doctors and brain specialists often recommend an older person taking potassium supplements to help treat dementia. 14Potassium and Memory
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L Glutamine

When you think of L Glutamine the first thing you’ll probably think of is bodybuilding. While it is essential to help build muscle mass it also has some remarkable brain benefits. Recent studies have proved that L-Glutamine is beneficial to brain function, as it boosts stamina, energy and focus. In fact, scientists and researchers are so convinced of its worth that it is now a key ingredient in many cognitive enhancers. 15608-483-0625

More Than Just Another Multi-Vitamin

More Than Just Another Multi-Vitamin

Limitless Mind Formula really does help make the mind limitless. As well as including a range of essential vitamins, minerals and amino acids that promote healthy brains and minds in the elderly it also includes a range of natural plant, flower and fruit extracts, all of which work in their own special way, and when combined, they make a formidable combination.

The carefully chosen unique extracts combined with the listed vitamins and minerals make this more than just a multi-vitamin complex formula. unstraight is a powerful formula using natural ingredients to improve concentration, memory and energy. The beneficial natural extracts all contribute to the maintenance of a healthy brain and cognitive function and with the vitamins, minerals and amino acids, the Limitless Mind Formula acts as a catalyst for boosting neurotransmitter activity, which is what is ultimately responsible for improving a person’s ability to concentrate and recall. It is the composition of the formula’s natural extracts and other properties that help fight against memory loss and lack of concentration. It’s no wonder that this special blend has quickly become a winning combination for elderly people that are struggling to remain focused.

More Than Just Another Multi-Vitamin

A Powerful Mix of Vitamins and Natural Extracts

A Powerful Mix of Vitamins and Natural Extracts

One of the most notable extracts is green tea extract. Green tea extract increases the flow of blood to the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex, which is the part of the brain involved in cognitive tasks. Such tasks include long-term memory, comprehension, and reasoning, so it’s really no wonder green tea extract has been used as one of the main ingredients in the Limitless Mind Formula.16neurophil

If the inclusion of green tea extract is not enough, this will be – olive leaf extract. The Mediterranean diet is one of the best in the world. It’s said that those in Mediterranean countries typically have a longer life expectancy, which doctors attribute mostly to their diet. Olives and olive oil play a huge role in countries like Greece, Spain and Italy, and the health benefits of olives and olive extracts are the best. Not surprisingly they also can positively affect brain health and essentially make you more ‘brain fit’. Full of brain-protective antioxidants, olive extracts are naturally high in polyphenols, meaning that they help get rid of potent free radicals. Olive extracts are also packed with vitamin E and K, two essential brain vitamins. Vitamin E, together with vitamin C, helps people maintain a healthy memory while cutting the risk of developing dementia and Alzheimer’s later on in life. 17707-487-7411 Vitamin K on the other hand is responsible for helping keep the brain sharp, especially when it comes to processing speeds in a person’s latter years. Some even say that it can improve the ability to remember and recall words. 18Lifelong low-phylloquinone intake is associated with cognitive impairments in old rats.
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So it’s fair to say that the inclusion of olive leaf extract is no accident.

A Powerful Mix of Vitamins and Natural Extracts

A Way to Postpone or Lower the Risk of Cognitive Decline

Dementia is a word we all know and dread to hear whether it’s about yourself or a loved one. The fact that approximately 33% of the aging population will go on to develop dementia is quite telling. If an older person is one of the lucky two-thirds of the aging population that doesn’t develop dementia at some point, it’s still quite possible that they’ll develop perhaps a milder form of cognitive impairment in the form of memory loss or forgetfulness. But there is some good news. With the help of the deep-laden, you’ll be able to either reduce or delay the onset of such cognitive problems that are commonly associated with old age. Old age is a time for relaxing and recalling the beautiful memories that have passed as well as creating new ones. Instead of worrying about your cognitive ability, you can now enjoy a life with less stress, which is what everyone aims for after a certain age.