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<ul><li><p>Is It Alzheimers? -- Or Is it Just Brain Fog? </p><p>Decipher the Hidden Clues and Take Action For Clear Thinking and Razor-Sharp Memory </p><p>For the Rest of Your Life! </p><p>Binyamin Rothstein, D.O. BrainFogNoMore.com </p></li><li><p>Table of Contents Is It Alzheimers? -- Or Is it Just Brain Fog?.................................................................................................. 3 </p><p>How Is Your Brain Right Now? ................................................................................................................. 3 Not All Brain Fog Is Alzheimers! ............................................................................................................. 4 So Whats Causing Your Brain Fog? ......................................................................................................... 5 Stress The Leading Cause of Brain Fog ................................................................................................. 5 </p><p>All Stressed Up and Nowhere to Run! ................................................................................................... 5 How Long-Term Stress Creates Brain Fog ............................................................................................. 6 </p><p>Protect Your Brain Power! ....................................................................................................................... 6 The Basics of Keeping Your Brain Healthy ............................................................................................... 7 </p><p>Feed Your Brain ..................................................................................................................................... 7 Move Your Body .................................................................................................................................... 7 Rest Well ............................................................................................................................................... 8 Socialize! ............................................................................................................................................... 8 </p><p>Simple Ways to Prevent Brain Fog Now .................................................................................................. 8 Managing Your Stress ........................................................................................................................... 8 Exercising Your Brain ............................................................................................................................. 8 </p><p>Stop Brain Fog from Worsening and Regain Your Brain Power ............................................................. 9 Protect Yourself from the Risk of Alzheimers Dementia ........................................................................ 9 If You Are at Extremely High Risk of Alzheimers .................................................................................. 10 Putting It All Together ............................................................................................................................ 10 A Final Thought: What Determines Your Quality of Life? ..................................................................... 10 Protect Your Most Important Asset ....................................................................................................... 11 To Hear Dr. Rothstein In Person ............................................................................................................. 11 </p></li><li><p> Binyamin Rothstein, BrainFogNoMore.com, 2008 3 </p><p>Is It Alzheimers? -- Or Is it Just Brain Fog? </p><p>Decipher the Hidden Clues and Take Action For Clear Thinking and Razor-Sharp Memory </p><p>For the Rest of Your Life! </p><p> Binyamin Rothstein, D.O. </p><p>BrainFogNoMore.com Congratulations! By taking the Brain Fog Quiz, youve taken your first step to achieving the sharp, clear thinking that you need for personal and professional success and happiness. Whether youve noticed yourself forgetting names lately, or youre experiencing confusion in the midst of a conversation, or you cant recall the topic of the last two-hour staff meeting you attended, you can take control and rejuvenate your brain! Youve already received the score from your quiz, but Im sure youre asking What does that number mean? Just take a look below to understand your score: </p><p>How Is Your Brain Right Now? </p><p>Your Score Your Brains Condition </p><p>30 or less Your brain is in great shape -- just keep doing what youre doing and let me know what it is! To prevent brain fog from developing, check out The Basics of Keeping Your Brain Healthy on page 7 of this report. </p><p>30-60 Youre normal, dont worry so much! Be proactive and do the basicsfollow the instructions in Simple Ways to Prevent Brain Fog Now on page 8 of this report to keep your brain in top shape. </p><p>61-80 Youre developing Brain Fog; start taking action to protect your brain function before it is too late! See Stop Brain Fog from Worsening and Regain Your Brain Power on page 9 of this report for steps to start clearing the fog today. For a complete strategy to regain and maintain your brain function, youll need my book, For a complete strategy to regain and maintain your brain function, youll need my book, Brain Fog (http://tinyurl.com/2sufqa) or CD, Actualizing Your Brains Potential (http://tinyurl.com/2qcjh3) Please dont wait to give your brain the care it needs! </p>http://tinyurl.com/2sufqahttp://tinyurl.com/2qcjh3</li><li><p>Is It Alzheimers? Or Is It Just Brain Fog? </p><p> Binyamin Rothstein, BrainFogNoMore.com, 2008 4 </p><p>Your Score Your Brains Condition </p><p>81-90 WARNING: SERIOUS BRAIN FOG! You are at risk of developing Alzheimer's Dementia. See your doctor immediately! In the meantime, start the advanced program immediately. The steps outlined in Protect Yourself from the Risk of Alzheimers Dementia on page 9 of this report will get you started, but this report cant give the complete strategy you need. Buy the book or listen to the CD and take this information to your physician! Do not try to do this alone get your doctors help! </p><p>91-100 CRITICAL BRAIN FOG!!! You are in severe danger of significant brain malfunction; you are a candidate for Alzheimers Dementia. See your doctor immediately! Get help, have someone help you with all of the processes in the book. This report cant give the level of information you need - buy the book and get a second one for your doctor, or listen to the CD and take this information to your physician! </p><p>Not All Brain Fog Is Alzheimers! </p><p>This is the most important thing for you to know! Not everyone that has brain fog will progress to Alzheimers -- but everyone with Alzheimers at one time had brain fog. If youve been noticing your thinking getting fuzzy and your memory lapsing here and there, this doesnt necessarily mean youre on the road to Alzheimers Dementia. To help you to recognize and better understand the important differences between Alzheimers and ordinary brain fog, heres a comparison chart: </p><p>Someone with Alzheimer's Dementia Someone with Brain Fog </p><p>Loses memories entirely and cannot </p><p>retrieve them </p><p>Forgets part of an experience but can be </p><p>reminded </p><p>Forgets with no awareness of forgetting; </p><p>memories do not reappear with time </p><p>Can retrieve memories, though it may take </p><p>some time </p><p>Is gradually unable to follow </p><p>written/spoken directions </p><p>Is usually able to follow written/spoken </p><p>directions </p><p>Is gradually unable to use notes as </p><p>reminders </p><p>Is able to use notes as reminders and </p><p>when reminded realizes an error </p><p>Is gradually unable to care for self and is </p><p>incapable of taking responsibility </p><p>Is able to care for self and take </p><p>responsibility </p><p>Cannot do certain tasks that require </p><p>mathematical processing, e.g. balancing </p><p>a checkbook </p><p>May resist doing tasks that require </p><p>mathematical processing, e.g. balancing a </p><p>checkbook, but can be prompted to do so </p></li><li><p>Is It Alzheimers? Or Is It Just Brain Fog? </p><p> Binyamin Rothstein, BrainFogNoMore.com, 2008 5 </p><p>Bottom line? If you can recover the information youve forgotten whether its a couple of minutes later or at 3:00 the next morning, out of a sound sleep you probably are not suffering from Alzheimers. </p><p>So Whats Causing Your Brain Fog? </p><p>This is a simple question that may have some very complicated answers. Brain fog may be caused by a series of factors, some environmental, some physicalmany more factors than I can adequately discuss in this report. They include: </p><p> Stress Fatigue </p><p> Toxins Hypothyroidism </p><p> Hormonal changes Depression </p><p> Nutritional deficiencies Trauma, e.g. concussion </p><p> Infections Metabolic factors </p><p>You can find a complete description of these causes in my book, Brain Fog (http://tinyurl.com/2sufqa) or CD, Actualizing Your Brains Potential (http://tinyurl.com/2qcjh3). Interestingly, these same factors are involved in Alzheimers. Do not try to diagnose yourself! Although many of these conditions are easily self diagnosed, you need to keep your doctor abreast of your progress. Some conditions require more advanced testing. Your doctor can order tests to determine the exact nature of your problem. Because many doctors are not aware of these causes of brain fog, however, you may need to be proactive in recognizing the problem and seeking treatment from other sources. Better yet, have your doctor read Brain Fog and begin the learning process. While there can be many causes of brain fog, there is one factor that affects nearly everybody, man, woman and child. This factor not only causes brain fog, but it can lead to physical conditions affecting every part of the body. </p><p>Stress The Leading Cause of Brain Fog </p><p>Nearly 20 years ago, TIME Magazine identified stress as the Number One health problem in the United States. So its no surprise that this is by far the most common cause of brain fog! Over time, continued stress can affect the functioning of your body and mind. Heres how it works </p><p>All Stressed Up and Nowhere to Run! </p><p>When we feel stressed, scared, or threatened, our cerebral cortex sends a stress signal to the hypothalamus (a switch in the midbrain controlling the stress response). In response, the hypothalamus signals the sympathetic nervous system to release adrenaline-like hormones and prepare the body to fight or run away: </p><p> Heartbeat, blood volume and blood pressure increase </p><p> The heart sends blood to the large muscles to get ready for action </p><p> Sweat glands release perspiration </p><p> Pupils dilate to sharpen vision </p><p> Hearing becomes more acute </p>http://tinyurl.com/2sufqahttp://tinyurl.com/2qcjh3</li><li><p>Is It Alzheimers? Or Is It Just Brain Fog? </p><p> Binyamin Rothstein, BrainFogNoMore.com, 2008 6 </p><p>Once the danger or worry passes, the hypothalamus gives the all clear to the sympathetic nervous system, and your body returns to a normal resting condition. </p><p>Projects, deadlines, reports, family worries, the budget, the taxes, all of these stressors persist over time, and your brain continually signals for stress hormones to be released. Your body never seems to get the all clear to calm down the stress signal and relax. </p><p>How Long-Term Stress Creates Brain Fog </p><p>When your body is all keyed up with stress, two types of hormones are responsible: </p><p> Adrenaline-type hormones </p><p> Steroid-type hormones Both of these have a very particular purpose in your bodys normal functioning. However, when you are under constant stress, they lead to a number of problems including cognitive dysfunction and memory impairment. The result? Foggy thinking and gaps in your recall. </p><p> Of course, this isnt the only way stress can create brain fog </p><p> Stress disrupts your sleep cycle, resulting in brain dysfunction </p><p> Your thyroid reacts very strongly to stress. At first it goes into overdrive then it fatigues and slows down your metabolism to conserve energy. The end result is weight gain, mood changes and severe brain fog. </p><p> When you are under stress, your body secretes cortisol which, over time, critically affects your brain. Cortisol keeps you awake, puts you on hyper alert, distorts logical thinking, inhibits learning, makes you irritable and agitated, and overall ages your brain. </p><p> Again, stress is just one of the many factors that can cause brain fogfor a description of the others, please order my book, Brain Fog (http://tinyurl.com/2sufqa) or CD, Actualizing Your Brains Potential (http://tinyurl.com/2qcjh3). Whatever the condition of your brain, you can enhance your clear thinking, memory, and quality of life using a series of simple steps. You can take back control of your brain! </p><p>Protect Your Brain Power! </p><p>A healthy brain is a blessingand just like any other organ of your body, your brain can't work well without care. Unlike other organs, however, your brain cant be replaced or transplanted! You are the only person who can take care of your brain. You dont need to be fanatical about it, but you do need to be responsible. Heres the good news - just like a well-designed exercise program for your body, caring for your brain can be fun. In fact, it should be fun you cant fight the effects of stress by adding more stress! My book, Brain Fog, gives a complete program for keeping your brain healthy or regaining your healthy brain function if you are already experiencing brain fog. If you do nothing other than reduce your stress level (see chapter 3) and detoxify your body (see chapter 10), youll be well on the way to eliminating brain fog from your life and protecting your brain from Alzheimers! </p>http://tinyurl.com/2sufqahttp://tinyurl.com/2qcjh3</li><li><p>Is It Alzheimers? Or Is It Just Brain Fog? </p><p> Binyamin Rothstein, BrainFogNoMore.com, 2008 7 </p><p>The Basics of Keeping Your Brain Healthy </p><p>Whether you scored 10 or 100 in the Brain Fog Quiz, the basic requirements for brain health are very simple: </p><p> Good nutrition </p><p> Physical exercise </p><p> Sleep </p><p> Healthy relationships No matter how old you are, or whether or not you are experiencing brain fog now, you need to take good care of yourself in these areas for your brain to remain healthy. Why? Here are the key points you need to know. For more information, see my book, Brain Fog (http://tinyurl.com/2sufqa), or CD, Actualizing Your Brains Potential (http://tinyurl.com/2qcjh3). </p><p>Feed Your Brain </p><p>Good nutrition is essential for a healthy brainand once you understand it, it becomes intuitive. Basically, you need to be sure your diet includes: </p><p> Mostly vegetables </p><p> Enough water so that your urine turns clear </p><p> No junk food </p><p> Whole grains (no processed grains) </p><p> No alcohol after 6 pm </p><p> No coffee after 2 pm preferably, switch from coffee to green tea </p><p> A good multi vitamin (men should not take iron) The Basic American Diet (a.k.a. B.A.D.) can cause your body to develop deficiencies and conditions due to nutritional imbalances and poor quality. Chapters 6, 7, and 8 of Brain Fog offer solutions for some of these conditions: </p><p> If you get shaky, irritable or sleepy when you havent eaten, check out Chapter 6 on Hypoglycemia. </p><p> If you experience confusion, inability to c...</p></li></ul>

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