Outsmarting the Dementia Epidemic

Outsmarting the Dementia Epidemic : 7 Key Memory Care Actions to Avoid Alzheimer's and Successfully Keep Your Brain Safe, Sharp and Sexy Into the Future

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Invited to appear as an expert on the topic of Alzheimer's and dementia on ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX and CW, Dr. Jay Sordean, LAc, OMD expands upon his segments seen on TV stations all around the country in this concise and purposeful book. Do you believe that your brain is reading this description? If you said "Yes!" to yourself, that shows you the power that your brain possesses. So would you agree that your brain is your greatest asset and should be treated as such? That is the foundation belief of this book. So how do you go about taking care of your brain as if it is worth more than its weight in diamonds? What are you feeding your body? We have these amazing bodies, and these amazing systems called the brain and nervous system. So if you had a high end car (maybe you do), would you put low grade fuel in it or even would you put dirt and sand in it? Well, of course you wouldn't. So why would you put a steady diet of chips and fast food in your body? It, and your brain, is worth WAY MORE than the most expensive automobile. Interestingly, in the horse racing world, some people feed their horses more expensive food than they feed their children!! That makes no sense at all. Don't you think that your children are worth more than an animal? Of course, a particular food being expensive does not mean that it is necessarily really high quality, but you get what we are talking about. Are you spending lots of time reading about how you take care of your garden and car but are neglecting knowing about your brain and how to cultivate your children's brains? Your brain is your most important asset. Assessing the status of your brain early and often is the best way to spot early degeneration. Prevention of degeneration, dementia, and Alzheimer's risk is possible with 7 key memory care actions -- including combating obesity, blood sugar metabolism imbalance, inflammation, addressing multiple head injuries, proper nutrition, avoiding sugar, remembering names, improving blood circulation with NRCT and acupuncture, removing toxins from the body, preventing toxins from getting in the body, and preserving and honing sexual activity. NRCT is neurologic relief center technique and focuses on meningeal compression. Learn more about meningeal compression, NRCT, neurologic relief technique and the other methods necessary for everyone to improve their brain and increase their chances to avoid Alzheimer's and dementia, based on the latest of scientific studies. Obesity is epidemic. Physical toxicity is epidemic. ADHD is epidemic. Autism is epidemic. Diabetes is epidemic. Why so many epidemics? Could they all be related? Scientific studies and literature clearly show the connections between obesity, toxicity, immune dysfunction, sugar imbalances and degeneration of the brain. The degeneration of the brain, and the imbalanced development of the various parts of the brain are underlying factors related to autism, ADHD, diabetes, Alzheimer's and dementia. While the Alzheimer's Association states that there are many factors related to Alzheimer's, this book focuses on the key and primary factors that everyone has the ability to do something about to blunt the super-epidemics that are the results of modern lifestyles. Purchase this book and the companion book, "Super Brain: Maximize Your Brain Health for a Better Life" and you qualify for a discount on the comprehensive brain function consultation and evaluation by the author, Dr. Jay Sordean, LAc, OMD, QME.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 80 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 4mm | 118g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 151473530X
  • 9781514735305

About Dr Jay Sordean

Invited to speak as the expert on dementia and Alzheimer's on TV news talk shows ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX and CW, "Dr. Jay," as he is affectionately called by children and adult patients and other professionals, has helped thousands of patients feel better and improve their functioning with natural medicine and life style coaching. Dr. Jay has been a leader and educator in the natural medicine field for more than 40 years, appearing in such venues as HIV/AIDS conferences and presentations in Osaka, Japan. Encouraged by his parents and uncle to go into the medical field, his path changed to natural medicine after starting to study Tai Chi and Japanese his first weeks of college. Dr. Jay has been motivated to learn as much about natural medicine due to watching his father die and radically change his personality owing to metastatic lung cancer over 5 years. The cancer spread to his father's brain created marked changes, altering his father from kind and gentle soul to stubborn and easily piqued. Mainstream medicine helped for a few years, but then abandoned his father. In the late 70's and early 80's he translated Japanese research on cancer for the National Cancer Institute. Dr. Jay Sordean, licensed in acupuncture (LAc, Dipl.Ac.) and Oriental medicine for more than 30 years, is also a Certified Traditional Naturopath (CTN), and a Qualified Medical Evaluator (QME) for the State of California; he has also carried his message of health through natural and functional medicine to the public by invitations to appear on news talk shows (NBC, CBS, ABC, FOX, and CW) around the United States. He has also produced a series of lectures, "Natural Solutions with Dr. Jay," on local public TV stations in Berkeley, Richmond, and Pinole, California. Dr. Jay Sordean has also studied and practiced homeopathy since first introduced to the concepts in 1978 studying with the Occidental Institute of Chinese Medicine. He continues study, having studied with masters from all over the world, including England, South America, India, Europe, Mexico, and the United States.show more

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