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The Memory Cure : How to Protect Your Brain Against Memory Loss and Alzheimer's Disease epub ebook

by Majid Fotuhi

The Memory Cure : How to Protect Your Brain Against Memory Loss and Alzheimer's Disease epub ebook

Author: Majid Fotuhi
Category: Diseases & Physical Ailments
Language: English
Publisher: McGraw-Hill (December 18, 2002)
Pages: 288 pages
ISBN: 0071409246
ISBN13: 978-0071409247
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 478
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Dr He is the author of two books about brain health and fitness: "The Memory Cure: How to Protect Your Brain Against Memory Loss and Alzheimer's Disease".

Majid Fotuhi, one of the foremost experts in memory loss and Alzheimer's disease, outlines an action plan to improve mental agility and prevent memory loss. The Memory Cure includes: A dynamic 10 step memory protection plan. The truth behind popular beliefs about memory loss and aging. He is the author of two books about brain health and fitness: "The Memory Cure: How to Protect Your Brain Against Memory Loss and Alzheimer's Disease" and "The New York Times Crosswords to Keep Your Brain Young. His PBS special, "Fighting Alzheimer's Early", continues to air nationally.

Includes bibliographical references (pages 217-227) and index.

In this groundbreaking book, neurologist and memory expert Dr. Majid Fotuhi provides reassurance and a call to action with his exciting and highly effective plan for improving memory, preventing memory loss, and protecting your brain against Alzheimer’s disease. The result is a protection plan that draws from the latest science has to offer and provides you with proven strategies to improve your memory today and for decades to come.

The Memory Cure book. Dr. Majid Fotuhi, one of the world's foremost experts in the field of Alzheimer's Disease and brain function, outlines a highly effective plan to guard against memory loss. Credentials don't come much loftier than Fotuhi's.

In addition Dr. Fotuhi's protection plan also includes seven steps to protect the brain and sharpen memory for life

In addition Dr. Fotuhi's protection plan also includes seven steps to protect the brain and sharpen memory for life.

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This recently released book on Alzheimer's disease (AD) is the most reader friendly book I've come across in quite a while.

The Memory Cure : How to Protect Your Brain Against Memory Loss and Alzheimer's Disease. This recently released book on Alzheimer's disease (AD) is the most reader friendly book I've come across in quite a while. I've seen this book first-hand, and it is impressive. It describes the complicated neurology of the brain in an easy to follow manner.

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Majid Fotuhi, one of the world's foremost experts in the field of Alzheimer's Disease and brain function, outlines an exciting and highly effective plan that targets each of the 13 risk factors contributing to the development of memory loss. Categories: Medicine\Diseases. org to approved e-mail addresses.

"Credentials don't come much loftier than Fotuhi's."--Washington Post "The book is a message of hope and reassurance for laymen, especially aging members of the baby-boom generation alarmed by all the attention being paid to Alzheimer's and imagining worst-case scenarios for themselves."--Washington Times EXCITING NEW DISCOVERIES IN THE TREATMENT AND PREVENTION OF MEMORY LOSS A world-renowned neurologist presents the first groundbreaking memory-loss protection plan Millions of aging Americans are afraid of losing their most precious possession­­their memory. They are desperate for anything that will help them to regain it. Now, for the first time, The Memory Cure shares the absolute latest that science has to offer in the form of a protection plan. Dr. Majid Fotuhi, one of the world's foremost experts in the field of Alzheimer's Disease and brain function, outlines an exciting and highly effective plan that targets each of the 13 risk factors contributing to the development of memory loss. Drawing from cutting-edge, longitudinal studies from all over the globe that have followed tens of thousands of subjects from middle life into older age, Dr. Fotuhi deciphers the patterns that are repeatedly revealed. These include the fact that lifestyle affects the likelihood of developing Alzheimer's Disease, as well as the severity of normal memory loss that accompanies the aging process. The results profoundly suggest that these conditions can be prevented­­regardless of genetic disposition­­by addressing the crucial 13 risk factors. In addition Dr. Fotuhi's protection plan also includes seven steps to protect the brain and sharpen memory for life. Filled with tests, questionnaires, and real-life profiles, The Memory Cure offers readers specific ways to reduce their risk and increase mental agility, while providing them with an accessible and comprehensive book on the workings of the aging brain.
Reviews (7)
Shak
This recently released book on Alzheimer's disease (AD) is the most reader friendly book I've come across in quite a while. I've seen this book first-hand, and it is impressive. It describes the complicated neurology of the brain in an easy to follow manner. Also, Dr. Fotuhi describes (in plain language) the latest AD research findings and discusses their implications. If I had to recommend only two books on Alzheimer's disease for caregivers it would be this one and, "The 36-Hour Day." In contrast to some books on AD, Dr. Fotuhi's book is optimistic. Not only does he describe how AD develops, but more importantly he discusses what people can do to reduce their individual risk factors for developing AD. I find myself constantly recommending this book to all the families of patients participating in AD research projects I coordinate.

Mitynarit
I met Dr Fotuhi at an aging seminar. He was the keynote speaker and I gave the lunch hour presentation on another related but non-medical topic. I visited with Dr. Fotuhi during a break. I asked him about the benefit of anti-inflammatory medicines like ibuprofen because he had discussed how brain plaque was a contributing factor for Alzheimer's. He told they had a beneficial affect. However, a daily regimen of ibuprofen would never be recommended due to the so-called risks of stomach irritation.

He gave me a passionate account of his tests of rats involving adding blueberries to their diets. He said the results were phenomenal and that his family has a serving of blueberries with their breakfast most mornings. He recommended that I do the same.

He's a very impressive man and I suggest you see him live if you ever have the opportunity.

I'm not a doctor. This information is not medical advice. I simply wanted to recount an interesting and relevant conversation I had with the doctor.

Ral
I liked the way the information was presented. Very helpful and different than other things I had seen. There are "tests" that are helpful and tips on how to inprove your memory. One thing that I am doing is to FOCUS on everyday things that I do and see, which does help with my memory. It also encourages to use lists or whatever you have always used to keep your life going....You have always needed a little help, just don't give up and say you can't remember, YOu CAN

Flash_back
Great read with ample tips and directions

Kecq
So many of us worry about whether we might get this disease.

Dr. Fotuhi says that of the many who fear they may get it, only a

very few will get it.

He describes our brain in a very interesting fashion. He explains how our brain stores our memories, and, what amazes me,

how the brain knows what to store. We all know what we were doing when 9/ll happened. We certainly don't remember what we

were doing on Sept. l0!

It is a fascinating read and teaches us a lot about the brain,

and how to protect ourselves from memory loss, about advances

that are being made toward a cure.

An easy book to read-not too scientific.

Snowseeker
Recommended by my primary care doc. It's really GOOD!

Sataxe
I thought this would be a smaller book, but it was a great surprise to see how much content was included. I think this would make a great gift as well.

Good ideas but not really a memory cure.

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