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You Forgot Your Wallet . . . Could It Be Alzheimer's?

By    |   Tuesday, 22 January 2019 05:35 PM

According to renowned neurosurgeon and health advocate Dr. Russell Blaylock, “If you’re over the age of 45 and aren’t terrified of developing Alzheimer’s disease, you should be.”
Dr. Blaylock should know . . . He watched both his parents wither and die from a brain degenerative disorder, which led him to spend the remainder of his medical career studying conditions such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.
He warns that diseases affecting the brain now appear earlier in life, more frequently, and to a much more severe degree.
But how can you tell whether or not things like forgetting where you left your wallet or keys — or forgetting someone’s name or your own PIN number — are early signs of dementia or Alzheimer’s — or just normal age-related memory changes?
Dr. Blaylock will tell you there’s nothing “normal” about brain degeneration. And while forgetfulness could merely be a sign of stress or too much multi-tasking, it could also suggest abnormal memory loss.
Because of the escalating epidemic of brain degenerative disease, a FREE video documentary highlighting some of Dr. Blaylock’s startling findings has recently been released.
In this video, you will discover:
  • 3 warning signs you or a loved one could already suffer from early stage Alzheimer’s . .
  • Simple strategies to prevent, treat, and even help reverse Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, memory loss, dementia, and other neurodegenerative disorders . . .
  • The vaccination connection to Alzheimer’s: real or imagined?
  • How to avoid or deactivate common triggers that cause brain inflammation . . .
  • Items in your own kitchen pantry that have been linked to Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s . . .
  • How over-exercising can actually make your brain vulnerable to these types of brain conditions . . .
  • And much, much more . . .

While over 5 million Americans already suffer from Alzheimer’s disease today, Dr. Blaylock offers some positive news.
Maladies such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s don’t have to afflict you or your loved ones as you grow older. And even if you already show forgetfulness or other symptoms of one of these dreaded diseases, you can use Dr. Blaylock’s strategies to help repair the damage — but only if you get started right away.
Editor’s Note: This video is so crucial and groundbreaking, Newsmax Health pulled out all the stops to bring it directly to you at no charge.

Click here to start watching this powerful video immediately. There’s no time to waste.

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