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UCLA Psychiatry Professor Shows How You Can Make Your Brain Younger in Two Weeks

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Isn’t it embarrassing when you meet someone — and five minutes later you forget his name? Or even worse, when it’s someone you’ve known for a long time and you still can’t put a name to the face.

These memory slips, or “senior moments,” result from the wear and tear of brain aging. Chronic inflammation and other chemical alterations gradually cause the cells in your brain to deteriorate, particularly after age 40.

You might wonder if you’re on the fast track to dementia or Alzheimer’s. Your fears are justified. The Alzheimer’s Association reports that over 5 million people in the U.S. suffer from Alzheimer’s today. About half a million Americans die from Alzheimer’s each year.

Get Your Copy of 2 Weeks to a Younger Brain for Only $4.95

Fortunately, according to brain and memory expert Gary Small, M.D., you possess the ability to slow, stop, and often reverse the brain’s aging process — even in your middle-aged or older years.

When you click through to the next page, you will see Dr. Small’s revolutionary 14-day formula to sharpen your mental abilities and keep your brain young for the rest of your life.

You will discover:

• How science now proves memory issues start as early as your 20s (this should make brain health your No. 1 priority if you’ve already reached midlife) …

• Brain-boosting discoveries to help you with clear thinking, focused attention, more satisfying relationships, and stable moods …

• Easy lifestyle strategies that not only help your memory, but also lower your risk for heart disease, stroke, and diabetes …

• Why those prone to stress are three times more likely to develop Alzheimer’s compared to those with better coping skills …

• Two simple techniques to help you remember names, faces, and where you put things such as your glasses or keys …

• The effects of depression, anxiety, and sleep issues on your memory and brain function …
• And much, much more …

Dr. Small is the director of the UCLA Longevity Center and a noted researcher on brain health. He offers proof that you can bolster your cognitive abilities and stave off or reverse brain aging.

So don’t continue to embarrass yourself with memory lapses and foggy thinking. Click here now to discover how you can develop a younger, better brain in just two weeks!

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Isn't it embarrassing when you meet someone - and five minutes later you forget his name? Or even worse, when it's someone you've known for a long time and you still can't put a name to the face. These memory slips, or "senior moments," result from the wear and tear of...
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