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Avoiding Dementia, Mild Cognitive Impairment and Alzheimer’s

Avoiding Dementia, Mild Cognitive Impairment and Alzheimer’s

Monday, July 22, 2019   |   Category: Media Coverage

source: arizonahomeopathic.org

And if we are given that diagnosis – it’s OK, not shameful or hopeless, because we can do something about it. Mild cognitive impairment, fading memory, CRS disease in colloquial terms, is not something to be ashamed of, to hide in a closet.

So, what can we do about it? First, rather than just being afraid, we can actually do a test which will either confirm or disprove our fears.

The lab tests are obtained through Sonora Quest Laboratories. The combination of tests and the report which is generated can both validate our concern AND give us some options for treatment so that the cognitive impairment diminishes or goes away, instead of progressing to dementia.

AND Medicare covers the cost.

AND most conventional insurance covers it, because there is a “medical necessity” code attached to it – that ICD10 G31.84 code.

The whole program is called the Restore-U Method. It is available through Sonora Quest Laboratories, and you can have your blood drawn at your doctor’s office or at any Sonora Lab draw station.

The report also includes a period of guided interventions, for those who need help learning to shop and cook differently, learning to do physical and mental exercise. The interventions are personalized to the abilities of the individual who is tested – there is not a general “one size fits all” diet or list of prescribed exercises for everyone.

Why do we not shout this information from the rooftops? Why is this test not widely available?

  • First, it was only recently developed and validated.
  • Second, it’s not complicated for the lab to run – but does require a few more tubes than the standard purple and tiger topped tubes.
  • Processing the blood requires some extra steps – whether done at the lab or in your doctor’s office.
  • The RestoreU report takes more than 5 business days to get back to your doctor. You will receive your standard lab report from Sonora Quest Laboratories in 5 business days and in addition you will receive a Restore-U cognitive focused report with potential treatment options from UMethod Health in about 3 weeks.
  • Explanation involves a good deal more than a simple “Everything looked fine on your blood work” that we are used to hearing. You will want to go over the report in detail with your doctor.
  • Last, but not least, for improvement in your condition to occur, it requires effort on your part. It’s not just a pill you take every day. It’s a way of life.

Why would you want to know if your impression of slowing down mentally is real? Because you can actually intervene – change things – to improve your outcome. You have some control over whether you choose to slide into that slow “inevitable” decline or crawl out of the hole back on to level ground. It’s not that hard. It just requires determination on your part, and finding a doctor’s office that will do the testing and get you the help you need. Any doctor’s office can do it – they just need to be willing to spend the effort and the time needed to help you get well. There is no prescription pad remedy – it requires your active participation.

We can promise that you will not regret being willing to change your lifestyle, because you will see good results, simply from changing your food choices to healthy ones. Supplements may be recommended, to improve the way your cells function – thus improving both muscle and brain function.

For more information, go online to https://umethod.com/memory-loss/. And then get the test done, and get back on track with your life.

Talk with your regular doctor about it.

Feel free to call us for a free 15-minute phone consultation, to determine whether the Restore-U Method is right for you, and whether we can help you negotiate your way back to a state of health.

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