First Level Medications Doses Actions Side Effects

My primary or first-level nonprescription choices are vitamin E and phosphatidylserine, with donepezil and estrogen (for women only) making the prescription list.

Vitamin E's broad antioxidant and antiaging properties vaulted it to the top, particularly as a long-term preventive measure against future memory loss. Vitamin E should be taken as a single daily capsule of 400 to 800 IUs, but you can go up to 1,200 IUs (a maximum of 2,000 IUs if you're very adventurous). There is a very small risk of bleeding if you also take anticoagulants like Coumadin; for the same reason, be cautious about combining vitamin E with aspirin or ginkgo biloba. Fortunately, in the very rare instances of bleeding caused by taking vitamin E, it is likely to begin gradually, so there will be time to reverse the problem by just stopping vitamin E.

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