Short-Term Memory Loss 

Most of us have experienced occasional short-term memory issues. Contrary to conventional opinion, it's not just a symptom of getting old. There are plenty of older seniors who are as sharp-minded today as they were forty years ago.

For some, short-term memory loss occurs a little too frequently. This can be disconcerting, especially if we have a family history of dementia.


The first stage

Multiple studies show that living with strong electromagnetic fields can interrupt thought processes and short-term memory. This is why it is essential that you have your home and workplace tested for strong EMFs. Other cognitive function symptoms associated with EMFs are confusion, brain fog, irritability, and neurological disorders.


The second stage

We make sure all other cell stressors are not in play. We begin to identify and eliminate these one-by-one.

They made be:

1. Chemical Toxins

These include common pollutants, plastics, formaldehyde, benzene, toluene, fluoride, chlorine, arsenic, heavy metals, glyphosate, most pharmaceuticals, asbestos, cigarette smoke, etc.

2. Acid Forming Foods

These include certain foods such as bleached white flour, artificial sweeteners, corn syrup, granulated white sugar, alcoholic drinks, processed foods, fried foods, etc.

3. Emotional Distress

Emotional distress is caused by Anger, Fear, Worry, Sorrow, Grief, and Anxiety.

4. Infection, Free Radicals, Bacteria, Parasites, Inflammation

5. Electromagnetic Fields

These include uranium, plutonium, radon, and non-ionic radiation created by; radar, microwaves, WiFi, mobile phones, cell tower transmitters, home appliances, power lines, laptops, fluorescent lighting, incorrect home wiring, stray neighborhood voltage, power tools, and more.

6. Insomnia

Insomnia is most often caused by one of the previous factors, but often it can become a self-perpetuating stressor.


The third stage

We make sure that your digestive system is properly breaking down lipids, fatty acids, and glucose into the essential amino acids to support brain function. We help to ensure your body is in the best position to grow new cells.


The fourth stage

This is where you give your body the materials and resources it needs to heal. We also make suggestions on certain activities which you can begin to engage inorder to support this process. We monitor your progress and provide support. There is much that can be done to improve short-term memory. 


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