Memory loss is one of the first signs of an aging brain. It happens because the brain is drying out and shrinking. A dry brain is a brain that has poor circulation.
Memory loss starts to occur when the brain dries down from 90% hydration to 70% hydration. This is when people forget where their car keys are and when they begin to forget words.
Alzheimer's and Dementia begin to occur when the brain gets down to 50% hydration.
How wet your brain is determines how fast the nerves can conduct a simple electrical impulse. Water determines how soft or how hard the cell membranes are and this is the causative factor of cell nutrition and cell function. A dry brain is a hard brain while a wet brain is soft and able to function properly. A wet brain is like soft soil that you can sink your fingers into. Blood vessels are able to grow into a wet brain in order to provide oxygen and glucose which is the fuel that the brain requires in order to focus and function.
A dry brain is like hard bentonite clay Texas soil during the summertime. When the clay soil does not get enough rain, then it gets dryer and harder and develops cracks. It becomes more compact and actually shrinks causing cracking in the walls due to shifting of the foundation of the house.
Your brain needs circulation so that it can get air and water to survive and thrive. It also needs circulation so that it can get fuel to function. That fuel is glucose or blood sugar.
Pressure on the brain reduces blood flow to the brain causing head pressure and brain fog.
CNSR-Central Nervous System Restoration can reverse the damage of a dry shrinking brain and give you back the quality of life that you both want and deserve.
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