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Re: memory, and NADH tepiaca

Posted by Larry Hoover on July 13, 2003, at 7:06:17

In reply to is there any medicine to improve memory??, posted by tepiaca on July 12, 2003, at 20:25:00

> I cant even remeber what I did yesterday
> This is becoming a big problem in my life , my memory is out . I think im gonna suffer Alzheimer in the future
> Do you know any medicines to help with this problem??

I hope I don't sound like I'm nagging, but the best thing I can suggest is getting into taking those supplements regularly. Depression is strongly associated with disturbances in memory and other cognitive functions, and I think the link has to do with the stress that the disorder places on the brain. Living through depression is hard work, and that's stressful. Stress is a trigger for depression. It's one of those classic "vicious circle" thingies.

If you go to any pharmacy, and look at the vitamin section, you'll see one or more products labelled "Stress Formula", or some such. They're full of B-vitamins, and certain minerals (the same stuff I've been suggesting). Stress depletes vitamins in your body, and increases the demand for more. Your mind cannot function well if its connected to a starving body.

I was thinking about starting a thread about how my short- and long-term memory has been steadily improving of late, and then I see your post.....

It would be very difficult to say just what in particular is having such a beneficial effect (I take a lot of supplements), or it may be the combination.....

Earlier this year, I added Enada NADH (a special form of the vitamin B-3, niacin), and niacinamide (another variant of niacin) to my already substantial intake of B-vitamins and so on. So, I can't say that the NADH *alone* might have a similar effect for others, but......since I've added these new supps, I have virtually eliminated the symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome, and, my brain is sharper, and my recall is better. Much better. One of the most difficult things for me to remember is people's names. I joke about being dysnamic. I can remember NAMES! I can remember names of people from years ago! Bonus!





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