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"It is the mind that makes the man . . ."

The Roman poet Ovid made this observation not long after the birth of Christ.

And it makes sense, doesn't it?

Our minds define who we truly are — our personalities, our intellectual abilities, our ability to love and experience a full range of emotions. Even our basic ability to take care of ourselves.

We are literally at the mercy of our mind. And more specifically, our brain.

The nice house, the fancy car, that retirement fund you've worked so hard to accumulate. None of these will matter much if you deteriorate mentally in your older years.

Well, that's not exactly true.

Assisted living homes and upscale nursing homes seem to be everywhere these days. And they're not cheap, either. That money set aside can help pay for any care you need. And perhaps leave a tidy inheritance for your family.

But what a waste that would be, if your "golden years" turn to rust and you can't enjoy the fruits of your many years of labor.

So I wonder . . .

What makes the difference between retirement years packed with travel, golf, and spending quality time with loved ones — or doddering around in a locked ward not even remembering your spouse's face?

Sometimes bad things happen to the best of people. Factors beyond our control. Life can be fickle and unpredictable.

That's sad.

But what's even more sad is willingly falling victim to the worst life has to offer. I don't want to fall into that victim mentality. And I'd hazard a guess that you don't either, or you wouldn't even be reading this.

Fortunately, you have a choice. You have the ability to take control of your life — and your all-powerful mind.

You Don't Have to be a Sitting
Duck for Mental Deterioration

You've probably heard the saying, "There are no victims, only volunteers."

So instead of volunteering for mental deterioration to set in, perhaps you'll consider going on the offensive with me.

First off, you need a baseline to see where you are. So let me ask you: Have you or a loved one experienced any of the following?

  • Forgetting names, appointments, or phone numbers
  • Misplacing your car keys or reading glasses
  • Going into a room and forgetting what you were going to do
  • Having difficulty focusing or concentrating
  • Trouble making simple calculations you used to do easily
  • Brain fog, irritability, or feeling "less sharp" as you age

These may seem like common events. Perhaps you've dismissed them as normal "senior moments." Made light of them.

However, you should know that memory loss is NOT a normal and natural part of aging.

These symptoms represent the beginning of a downward spiral that slowly but surely chips away at your ability to stay on top of your game mentally.

Here's the good news: This downward spiral can be stopped, even reversed. You can restore your mind to its original sharpness.

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  • The two culprits at the core of nearly all brain problems — from mild
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  • The single best fat for your brain . . .
  • How wine, beer, or other alcoholic beverages may be beneficial to your brain . . .
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  • Should you get tested for the Alzheimer's gene? . . .
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  • Why having a purpose in life reduces your risk of Alzheimer's disease . . .
  • Watching TV is bad for you, right? Wrong! See how watching certain shows can help depression, chronic pain, even loss of appetite in the elderly . . .
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  • Do you have arthritis or joint pain? This nutrient not only works as well as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications but also relieves any blue moods . . .
  • Warning: A shortage of this key vitamin is a major cause of mental deterioration and confusion among older people . . .
  • How to select a natural depression remedy — and do it safely (even if you're taking prescription antidepressants now) . . .
  • Sniff this if you're feeling anxious or down in the dumps (plus, it helps boost memory — and even helps Alzheimer's patients) . . .
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  • Do you feel younger or older than your chronological age? See why it matters to your mental functioning . . .
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  • Racing thoughts keeping you awake? This dietary supplement can help reduce stress and get you to sleep . . .
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To Your Lasting Brain Health,

Your Friends
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