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Vicki Mizel

They Can Still Remember To Love

Forty-seven million adults presently suffer from Alzheimer's. This number will only increase. Employ the methods shared in this important book to keep yourself mentally well and to help loved ones who may suffer memory loss. In 400 BC, Aristotle taught memory improvement by using “visual, sensory, auditory, tactile modes, with an emotional component.” Vicki Mizel uses the same approach, updated for our contemporary world. When no one believed the brain could regenerate, she was improving the brain function of Alzheimer's patients, successfully helping them recall information. Her pioneering work, starting in 1984, has now been verified by the medical profession. The brain can regenerate! You can start now employing memory methods to exercise and assist brain function. Daily practice of only five to ten minutes can help prevent memory loss from worsening. Eventually, if 60 percent of our baby boomers are in nursing homes, debilitated because of Alzheimer's, it could bankrupt our economy, disrupt families, and ruin lives that might have remained active into old, old age. Vicki Mizel's book offers her proven memory methods to you now.








151 printed pages
Original publication
2021

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