With the right natural support, your memory can stay sharp and healthy
Your memory — you use it for everything you do. It remembers how to drive a car, cook an egg, or play the piano. It catalogs vocabulary, sometimes for multiple languages, and allows you to solve math problems quickly (well, pretty quickly). It retains the know-how for basic survival at the same time as it’s finding your mother’s birthday, or the words to your favorite song.
Most of the time, your memory performs without your consciously thinking about it. A sweet memory can pop into your head after being triggered by an association, often related to your senses. That’s how the smell of French fries can conjure up a happy beach day from long ago — it’s the same odor you smelled when the memory was first made and stored in your brain.
As a neurologist, I see firsthand just how scary it is for people when their memory fails. If you feel as if your razor sharp memory is dulling from stress or the aging process, I can assure you that, when it gets the support it needs nutritionally, functionally and even behaviorally, your memory can stay sharp and dependable indefinitely.