Have you ever bumped into someone and can’t remember their name, or rushed back into your room and forgotten why you went there? As we age, our memories can start to fade. It is also painful to see someone you love slowly fading away. Wouldn’t it be great to have the knowledge and strategies to prevent this terrible disease?
In 2020, as many as 5.8 million Americans were living with Alzheimer’s disease. The number is projected to nearly triple to 14 million people by 2060.
Today’s special guest, Dr. Joshua Helman, will help us understand the truth about Alzheimer’s.
Dr. Joshua Helman is a double-board-certified physician who has worked in various settings. He developed his passion for medicine while studying for his medical degree at Harvard Medical School and has dedicated his career to helping people live healthier, happier lives.
In today’s episode, Dr. Joshua Helman discusses the root causes of Alzheimer’s and provides simple tips you can do today for optimal brain health. Discover how to nourish your brain and prevent Alzheimer’s while you can.
“The good news is that Alzheimer’s disease is preventable and reversible. ” – Dr. Joshua Helman
In this episode:
[00:00] – Are you always forgetting something?
[02:25] – Dr. Joshua Helman’s backstory
[06:19] – The surprising link between sleep and Alzheimer’s
[10:01] – Exercise as a way to improve brain function
[13:06] – The role of toxins and heavy metals in inducing Alzheimer’s
[17:09] – Mental decline in young people
[18:57] – Molds and your brain health
[20:45] – Did you know that stress is a contributing factor to developing Alzheimer’s?
[23:44] – Supplements and medications that help support brain health
[28:32] – The Truth About Alzheimer’s Summit 2023
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