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Vitamins to Improve Memory

November 17, 2017

vitamins to improve memory

By Dr. Keerthy Sunder

Can you improve your memory as you age?

Yes.

In fact, adding a few key vitamins in your diet can help you maintain and improve memory significantly.

Here, we review common deficits in memory and their causes. Then, we’ll describe the three (3) top vitamins that can help you improve memory. Finally, we invite your questions in the comments section.

Read on for all the facts on memory improvement vitamins.

Vitamins That Improve Memory and Concentration

Memory problems are common.

Does this sound familiar? Have you experienced the following?:

  • Difficulty remembering the movie you saw.
  • Trouble remembering the name of people you meet.
  • Forgetting the name of the book you’ve just finished reading.

If so, each of these is quite a common case scenario. Sometimes, things can even go a step further. You might find yourself in the middle of the kitchen having absolutely no clue why you went there. You might want to leave the house but can’t remember where you last put your car keys.

When memory lapses start to repeat several times a day people immediately think of the worst. They associate even the smallest attention distractions with dementia or Alzheimer’s. What you need to remember is that age-related memory changes are not the same thing as dementia.

The truth is that memory loss is an inevitable element of the aging process and it should not scare you. In fact, there are many things you can do to prevent it.  Keep reading to learn what you can do.

Memory Improvement Vitamins: The Good News

Regardless of your age, there are many ways you can prevent memory loss and protect your brain’s grey matter. How? To actively improve your memory…. you must make changes to nutrition and daily activities. In fact, vitamins can truly help support your brain health…especially when they are supported by lifestyle changes.

With age, our brains and bodies undergo many transformations. For example, you might need more time to learn and/or recall information. This means that you might not be as quick as you used to be. However, people often mistake the normal slowing of mental processes with memory loss.

Sometimes, you really just need those extra minutes to recall information. It’s a normal part of life and does not indicate bigger problems.

But the good news is this: the brain is capable of producing new brain cells at any age! This means that memory loss is not an inevitable result of aging.

Having a strong memory is all about practice. It is similar to building muscles during a sports activity. Regular training keeps your muscles and body in shape. The same logic goes with memory.

You have to use it or you’ll lose it.

Vitamin Supplements for Memory: The Top 3

The brain is the neural center that controls your entire body. Cells communicate with each other to control different processes such as: digestion, control, emotion, memory, and learning. The quality of the food we eat has a huge effect on the way our brain functions.

Good memory and concentration hugely depend on the quality and source of our diets, with a few key vitamins playing a particularly important role in cognition. The most important vitamins for memory are:

1. Vitamin B6

Vitamin B6 is essential in maintaining normal nerve function. This vitamin helps metabolize serotonin (the mood enhancer), and dopamine (the pleasure chemical). When people feel happier, they tend to be more productive and retain information far better than they would have if they were depressed when attempting to learn.

2. Vitamin B-12

Your cognitive ability relies on communication between billions of nerve cells. These cells communicate through small electrochemical signals, called action potentials, and each cell contains an external coating of myelin that helps make sure those signals travel efficiently between cells. Vitamin B-12 helps with memory by maintaining your myelin sheath. Without vitamin B-12, the coating breaks down, and the brain cells responsible for cognition can no longer function properly. Long-term vitamin B-12 deficiency causes memory loss and dementia.

3. Vitamin D

Your brain makes new nerve cells to help maintain your memory and concentration. This process, called adult neurogenesis, relies on vitamin D from your diet. An animal study, published in “Hippocampus” in 2012, found that vitamin D deficiency can prevent new brain cell growth, and also kill the cells with the potential to grow into mature brain cells.

A Memory Improvement Supplement: All-In-One

Today, a daily milkshake can 100% support your memory improvement. Our friend and mentor, Dr. Keerthy Sunder, has spent years of research in the field of psychiatry ad neuroscience, particularly brain plasticity. Helping people who struggled with diverse mental health disorders lead him to this realization: brain optimization is achievable!

Dr. Sunder’s most important discovery was that in giving the brain the essential nutrients it needs, we can achieve our physical and mental best. So, he’s summarized decades of clinical experience and selected 25 of the most essential ingredients that enhance brain performance….and combined them into an All-In-One formula that he calls the Brain Tune.

What makes DoctorSunder's Brain Tune unique?

This product is unlike any other shake on the market. It targets the brain regions responsible for

  • memory
  • focus
  • sleep

Brain Tune is a 100% natural nutritional blend designed by 25 different ingredients among which the essential:

  • vitamins
  • minerals
  • digestive enzymes
  • probiotics

One (1) daily dose of the shake will help you improve your memory capacity. 

Give it a try and share with us your results after 30 days. If you don’t experience improved memory within the first 30 days…we’ll send you your money back! This money back guarantee is our promise to you that you’ll love DoctorSunder's Brain Tune.

Other than continued memory loss, what do you have to lose?

What Memory Vitamins CANNOT Do

Brain memory supplements CANNOT cure serious mental decline. Vitamins may be able to slow the progression of age-related mental issues, but they cannot halt them. So, what are some of the signs of a serious memory problem?

It is one thing to forget things from time to time, but quite another to experience blackouts every day. It is important to know when you have a serious problem so that you can take some serious actions and look for help. The followings signs might help you detect the early occurrence of dementia and Alzheimer’s.

  1. Challenges in planning or solving problems.
  2. Changes in mood and personality.
  3. Difficulty in completing familiar tasks at home, or at work.
  4. Frequently misplacing and losing things at home or work.
  5. Losing track of dates.
  6. Troubles following or joining a conversation.
  7. Withdrawal from hobbies, social activities, work projects or sports.

As a comparison, the following cognitive abilities are usually unaffected by normal aging:

  • Doing the things you’ve always done and continue to do often.
  • The wisdom and knowledge you’ve acquired from life experience.
  • Your ability to form reasonable arguments and judgments.

Memory Vitamin Supplements + Your Questions

We hope to have offered you more information on the 3 essential vitamins you’ll need for memory in 2018. Have a successful story yourself with vitamin memory improvements? – Share it with us!

And for any additional questions, please send them to us via the comments section below. We value your feedback and do our best to respond personally and promptly to all legitimate inquiries.

 

Reference Sources:
NIH: Do Memory Problems Always Mean Alzheimer's Disease?
https://www.nia.nih.gov/health/do-memory-problems-always-mean-alzheimers-disease
Hayward Health: Forgetfulness — 7 types of normal memory problems
https://www.health.harvard.edu/healthbeat/forgetfulness-7-types-of-normal-memory-problems
NIH: Vitamin B6
https://ods.od.nih.gov/factsheets/VitaminB6-Consumer/
Medline Plus: Vitamin B6
https://medlineplus.gov/ency/article/002402.htm
NIH: Vitamin B12
https://ods.od.nih.gov/factsheets/VitaminB12-Consumer/taminB12-Consumer/
Medline Plus: Vitamin D
https://medlineplus.gov/vitamind.html



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