Monthly Archives: September 2019

Last Call…

Just a little shout out to the Neuroscience community. Dementia and Alzheimer’s are invading the lives of our senior communities.

We need a fresh start, that is that we need to go back to the drawing board so to speak.  Its time to begin anew and approach the real meaning and mechanisms of cognitive impairment, and how it is more that just a loss of memory.

It is only considerate to consider what we are really dealing with and how we have been approaching this topic in reverse – and that can be interpreted two ways, but for now we will deal with just one of those.

It is high time to reconcile that Dementia is – originally – non-neurologically and non-genetically based, even though there’s plenty of scientific evidence to show us that there are neurological and genetic implicating factors that can hardly be ignored.  More than anything Dementia is cognitively based and it is this cognitive lack of development that causes Dementia more than anything else.  Cognition is such a powerful force that it can undoubtedly affect us neurological and genetically – particularly because genetics are so flexibly affected and influenced by our environments, and for humans our environments are definitely connected to our cognitive processing.  Find out more in our upcoming literature, soon to be released.