Are You Experiencing Any of These Symptoms?
“Brain fog” or lack of focus
Forgetting faces and names
Difficulty remembering the right word when speaking
Problems with simple calculations – such as figuring out a tip
If you answered yes to any of these symptoms, this is a warning sign!
Your brain is trying to communicate that something isn’t quite right, by sending these “smoke signals” to help you recognize it’s time to take action toward your brain health.
Subjective Cognitive Decline, A Growing Problem
Nearly 20 million Americans, or 1 in 9 adults, currently deal with subjective cognitive decline (SCD). This self-reported experience of worsening, more frequent confusion and memory loss can lead to worsening problems as we age.
Even more frightening? More people are experiencing these issues as early as their 40s and 50s. Current studies have shown that half of older adults with subjective cognitive decline eventually develop more severe cognition issues within seven to 18 years.
Factors Causing Subjective Cognitive Decline
Imagine a large tree that has been growing for many years. What would happen to that tree if its leaves couldn’t get enough sunlight? What if there weren’t enough proper nutrients or water in the soil or the tree damaged by wind or disease? From the outside, you might see a tree with fewer leaves. On the inside? You would see a tree that has stopped growing and could be in decay.
Quite similar to what happens to the brain when it is experiencing subjective cognitive decline. The brain isn’t getting optimal levels of essential elements necessary for proper function and, as a result, brain chemistry is affected. This decline prevents our brains from thriving with growth because maintenance slows our brains down with retraction and downsizing.
Some factors that can cause Subjective Cognitive Decline are:
Now is the time to find out where your brain health stands and begin to address the gaps before further changes occur. We do not have to resign ourselves to declining cognitive function as we age. Our brain has desired intentions for more than just survival; with the proper care, they can truly thrive.
There is HOPE through SCIENCE
Finally, there is something we CAN do about our brain health. Introducing NeuroQ and the PRECODE Method — the first and only proven WHOLE BRAIN support regimen, both designed to PREVENT cognitive decline and IMPROVE brain health as we age.
The secret to NeuroQ and the PRECODE Method is the culmination of over 30 years of innovative, scientific research and development by one of the leading medical pioneers in neurodegenerative disease and cognitive decline — world-renowned neurologist; Dr. Dale Bredesen. He is a New York Times best-selling author, a respected professor at UCLA, and was the founding President and CEO of the Buck Institute for Research on Aging.
Dr. Bredesen has partnered with LifeSeasons to create NeuroQ. NeuroQ is a proven “all-natural” supplement solution for boosting cognitive performance and helps to deliver long-term neuroprotection for healthy brain function. NeuroQ and PRECODE work together to protect and enhance healthy brain function as you age, allowing you to engage your innate potential and take control of your life.
“There are steps we can take now to prevent the cognitive decline that experts have long believed to be unavoidable and irreversible.”- Dr. Dale Bredesen
How to Get Started With NeuroQ
The first step is to take our easy NeuroQ Quiz!
It is your personalized benchmark for starting your cognitive health journey. Get your results in less than 60 seconds from the comfort of your own home.
The brain needs specific nutrition to run optimally.
The ingredients and dosage amounts in the NeuroQ formula were carefully selected and measured to boost focus and clarity. Delivering the essential nutrients can all help provide long-term neuroprotection of healthy brain function.
Lifestyle plays a significant role in brain health.
PreCODE is a method that uses a series of simple nutrition and lifestyle changes that have been proven to slow down and even stop cognitive decline.
Take Control of Your Brain Health
Most of us do not know our brain health status or risks, nor do we do anything specific to support our cognition. With problems developing at younger ages, this is no longer an “elderly issue.” Each of us must take action sooner rather than later to help improve brain function. Our comprehensive, easy-to-follow, big-picture approach is your best bet for overcoming the effects of cognitive decline.