Memory Loss & Dementia Risk 

Memory Challenges: Are They Due to Physiological Factors or Natural Aging?


EEG brain mapping serves as a valuable tool in distinguishing whether a memory issue stems from physiological dysfunction or is simply a result of normal aging.


Numerous memory challenges often trace back to underlying factors such as sleep disturbances, attention disorders, previous concussions, or anxiety.


In some cases, memory problems may arise from electrical dysfunction within the networks responsible for memory encoding and retrieval.


For physiological issues, neurofeedback presents a potential avenue to address dysfunction and enhance memory capabilities.

Dementia Is Largely Preventable… But Not Reversible

An EEG brain map assesses the functional health of your brain, akin to how an EKG gauges heart function.

Persistent overactivity in neurons can lead to their breakdown over time, potentially resulting in cognitive decline.

Utilizing an EEG brain map can pinpoint nutrient deficiencies that might accelerate cell damage, heightening the risk of dementia.

Considering an EEG brain map every 3 to 5 years could be among the most effective preventive measures to maintain brain health and sharpness with age.

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