Reverse HEARING LOSS and MEMORY LOSS—at the same time
One day, you’re struggling to hear.
The next, you’re struggling to remember.
And one day after that… you can barely think straight anymore.
The toll of old age, all catching up?
New research reveals a common thread – a direct line connecting hearing loss to memory problems.
Even better, it also gives us something else: Hope.
There’s new hope in the fight against cognitive decline and dementia – and as the new study shows, the secret to saving your brain could begin…inside your ears.
Your HEARING is a window into your brain
How’s your hearing?
If it sounds like someone’s turned down the volume of the world around you, then you might have some degree of risk.
And if that hearing loss started before the age of 65, your risk of developing dementia over the next 12 years DOUBLES.
When hearing loss starts AFTER 65, the risk isn’t nearly as big… so it’s only the effects of long-term hearing loss that’s the problem.
But what a problem it is…
The new study finds it could be responsible for nearly 10 percent of all dementia cases – making it a bigger risk factor than the ones people tend to worry about MORE, including high blood pressure, obesity, depression and even diabetes.
So far they’re treating this as speculative; a link… not “smoking gun” level proof.
But I think the connection is much stronger than that, and it comes down to one key factor: Blood.
Blood carries oxygen and minerals to the brain. When the flow slows, it doesn’t get those essentials and starts to suffer.
Your brain cells start to starve and you suffer memory loss, decline and – eventually – dementia.
And it’s all connected by your CAPILLARIES…
Those are the smallest of your blood vessels, for the most sensitive parts of your body, including both the ears and the brain.
When blood isn’t moving through them efficiently, it doesn’t bring oxygen and minerals to where they’re needed.
In the ears, that leads to hearing loss – and it’s why circulation-boosting therapies such as Ginkgo biloba can help RESTORE hearing that’s lost due to poor movement through the capillaries.
That same Ginkgo biloba can also help IMPROVE and RESTORE memory and – you guessed it – the key reason is that it can help enhance the flow of blood through the capillaries in the brain!
For even more protection, consider curcumin. It’s a natural brain-booster proven to help circulation.
Not to mention, it’s been shown in animal studies to specifically help move blood through those same capillaries in the brain.