New Study: Brain Can Start To Decline As Early As Age 45, Vitalmax Vitamins’ Memorin Delivers Key Nutrients That Are Proven to Promote Mental Health


Delray Beach, FL (PRWEB) January 18, 2012

The demand for Vitalmax Vitamins’ Memorin has increased upon the release of new findings that suggest cognitive decline can begin much earlier in life. Up until this discovery, the widely held belief among experts was that the risk of age-related brain deterioration did not become significant until age 60.

 

Research suggests that family history and advancing age are the two most important risk factors in dementia and memory decline. But, in spite of age and genetics, cognitive decline with progression to dementia is avoidable, according to some experts.

 

Researchers studying the relationship between memory and lifestyle at the University of Illinois found that people who used vitamin supplements tended to have less brain shrinkage than those who didn’t. Other lifestyle factors linked to preventing age-related brain dysfunction are exercise, a balanced diet and continuously engaging the mind.

 

About 4-5 million people in the United States alone have some degree of dementia, and due to aging in the population, this number is expected to increase. By 2050, an estimated 30 percent of the population in industrialized countries will be 65 and older.

 

“There is a clear medical need for interventions, such as nutritional solutions, to prevent, delay and improve cognitive decline,” said Dr. Mark Rosenberg, Director of south Florida’s Institute of Healthy Aging. “Memorin is a great option for this.”

 

“Memorin contains multiple ingredients that are considered brain-boosters,” Rosenberg explains. [It’s] “Known for their ability to help alleviate and remedy forgetfulness, decrease mental fatigue and improve concentration and mental clarity.”

 

Heightened consumer demand for nutritional supplements, such as Memorin, comes on the heels of a University College London (UCL) study, which evaluated the memory, vocabulary and comprehension skills of 7,000 men and women aged 45 to 70 over 10 years. Men and women ages 45-49, experienced a 3.9 percent decline in mental reasoning.

 

About Vitalmax Vitamins:

Vitalmax Vitamins is committed to increasing the longevity and quality of life of our customers. We believe in natural, safe alternatives and strive to provide the most advanced nutritional formulas at affordable prices. Vitalmax Vitamins believes that education is fundamental to prevention and wellness. Our online natural health news site, HealthyAnswers.com, offers a wealth of information, written by top physicians and medical experts.

 

# # #

More Women Healthy Lifestyles Press Releases

Speak Your Mind

*