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Thursday, June 27, 2019

DHEA for Brain Health – Keep a Sharp Mind

There is an old Rudyard Kipling poem that begins: “If you can keep your head about you when those around you are losing theirs and blaming it on you…” Life happens in ways we don’t always expect.  It doesn’t matter who you are or what you do – there are going to be times when you need to “keep your head about you” - focus and think clearly.

There are two main fears people have about aging:
  1. loss of health or physical fitness
  2. dementia or loss of mental function

We all want to look sharp, feel well and think clearly as we age. It is imperative to maintain good health physically, because that is half the battle to staying mentally sharp.

There are more than 5 million people living now in the U.S. with age related dementia. It is estimated that one out of every six women and one out of every 10 men living past age 55 may develop dementia.

Mental sharpness and physical health are needed to prevent loss of independence and allow us the ability to manage and do things for ourselves as we get older. We all want to look good and feel well physically as we get older. Staying mentally young and “with it” is key.

So what can you do now to keep a sharp mind?
  1. Eat a healthy diet proven to be good for your brain
  2. Exercise and stay active
  3. Drink plenty of water every day
  4. Sleep 7-8 hours every night
  5. Maintain DHEA levels by using Twist 25 DHEA cream every day after age 30

Read more about how medical research shows DHEA can help you maintain brain health and mood in this great article written by Kirk Stokel: “New Research Substantiates the Anti-Aging Properties of DHEA”.

More important medical research has also been done showing that DHEA helps neuronal cells to regenerate, and boost cognitive function as measured by memory, mood and visuospatial awareness and balance.1,2,3

So if you want to make sure to maintain great health with a sharp mind and a happy life:

Use Twist 25 DHEA cream. Make your own hormones.

1. Dehydroepiandrosterone levels and cognitive function in aging. Rathna Kumari U, Padma K International Journal of Medical Research & Health Sciences (IJMRHS)

2. DHEA boostsgrowth rate of human neural stem cells. Terry Devitt. University of Wisconsin-Madison News. Feb 18 2004. 

3. Ritsner MS, Gibel A, Ratner Y, Tsinovoy G, Strous RD. Improvement of sustained attention and visual and movement skills, but not clinical symptoms, after dehydroepiandrosterone augmentation in schizophrenia: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, crossover trial. J Clin Psychopharmacol. 2006 Oct;26(5):495-9.

Life Extension Magazine December 2010 article

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