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Posted by everett t on March 22, 2000 at 17:07:08:

In Reply to: Please Help! Memory Loss at age 34. posted by LC on February 03, 2000 at 23:00:09:

FOR MEMORY LOST AT 34, FIRST CHECK YOUR NUTRITION IN YOUR DIET (TOO REFINED? LIKE LOTS OF WHITE BREAD OR WHITE RICE ?) DOES IT HAVE ENOUGH VITAMINS AND MINERALS...? WHAT IS YOUR GLANDULAR STATUS, SPECIALLY HOW IS YOUR THYROID ? ......CONSIDER NUTRITIONALS...FOR SURE: PHOSPHATIDYLSERINE 2 CAPSULES OR MORE DAILY...(see booklet PHOSPHATIDYLSERINE publish by Keats Pub,www.keats.com)other good references:THE BRAIN WELLNESSS PLAN by dr jay lombard & carl germano, BRAIN LONGEVITY by dharma singh khalsa,md. Search web site www.lef.org
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I am 34 years old and for the last 10 years or so I have had poor memory for someone my age. At home I can never seem to remember where I put things, what I watched on TV last night, Lyrics to songs, and much of my childhood etc. . At work I have a very difficult time learning and remembering new tasks. My wife usually has to remind me of different thing quite often. She is very understanding of my trouble remembering things but at times I still feel really stupid when I can't remember important dates or events.
: I am not dumb since my IQ is about 120. As a teenager
: I had epilepsy and had at least 12 Grand-Mal seizures over the course of 5 years. I was wondering if that could have affected my memory even though I have been seizure free for 14 years? And also would there be
: any prescrition drugs, Lecithin, Gingko Biloba, or anything else that could improve my memory?


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