Polyphenols for Alzheimer’s Disease
Alzheimer’s Disease: “I have no idea where I put that thing… I must be getting old!”
How many times have you said that to yourself? We probably all have at some point. It’s kind of frightening to really think about forgetting things to the extent that we sometimes do.
If you have IBS you likely feel a lot more forgetful than the general population. Brain fog is no joke for a spoonie of any kind. It might be comforting to know that everyone does forget things (even if it doesn’t seem to happen as frequently to them as it does to you).
One of the scariest things about getting old is forgetting the things that mean the most to you. Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease seem to be viewed as part of the “normal parts of aging.”
With June being National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month, we wanted to shed some light on this myth. We want to debunk this thought that allows us to settle for getting diseases that break the hearts of the people who mean the most to us. We also want to provide you with some tips to help you avoid this devastating illness.
Basic Rundown of Alzheimer’s Disease*
You’ve probably known someone who has suffered from Alzheimer’s disease somewhere along the way. But you might not know everything that it encompasses.
First of all, Alzheimer’s disease and dementia are not synonymous