Free Report on simple brain exercises to help prevent age-related memory loss

Losing your memory is scary. Did you ever walk into a room and forget why you went in there? My patients joke and call it a "senior moment", but the fact is that it’s really no joking matter.

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More than 5 million Americans have Alzheimer’s disease and it’s currently incurable. That’s why it’s important to do what you can to prevent it and boost your brain power now.

The good news is, despite what you may have heard, cognitive decline is not inevitable. What's more, maintaining your memory has little to do with genetics, and even less to do with drugs.

What you can do are a few simple exercises that take just minutes a day. They’re easy to understand and easy to do, and I’ll show them to you free in my special report “Repair Your Aging Brain in Just 15 Minutes a Day.”


It’s a different approach to improving your mental performance. You'll discover:


Tools you can use to reverse cognitive decline
How to beat the brain-destroying effects of cortisol
The best way to protect yourself from dreaded Alzheimer’s Disease

You can slow or prevent the cognitive decline that sets in with age. You have to challenge your mind every day. Think of your brain as a dynamic system. The neurons respond to environmental factors and mental stimulation. By stimulating your mind, you preserve your memory, and can even restore the clarity you had in your youth!

Research shows the more you use your brain the less your risk of Alzheimer's disease. Dr. Yaakov Stern, a clinical psychologist at Columbia University in New York City discovered that people with less than an eighth-grade education had twice as much risk of developing Alzheimer's as those with formal education.

And if those with lower educational levels worked at mentally un-stimulating jobs, the risk was three times higher. The more connections, or synapses, you can develop between brain cells, the more resistant they are to the disease.

How do you create these connections?

I’ll show you in my Free Report - Repair Your Aging Brain... in Just 15 Minutes a Day! Get your FREE report INSTANTLY... along with the latest health news and little-known health solutions that really work. Sign up today for this FREE report and you’ll also receive a free subscription to my health newsletters, Health Confidential and Doctor’s House Call.

To Your Good Health,
Al Sears MD
Al Sears, MD

Alan Sears, M.D., is a practicing physician with extensive experience in the fields of complementary and natural healthcare. The recommendation and materials on this site represent his opinion based on his years of practicing medicine. The information and material provided on this site are for educational purposes only and any recommendations are not intended to replace the advice of your physician. You are encouraged to seek advice from your physician regarding the applicability of any recommendations with regard to your symptoms or condition. It is important that you do not reduce, change or discontinue any medication or treatment without consulting your physician first. The personal stories shared on this website are personal to the users and may not be typical of the results you will have if you follow the advice provided on this website.

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