Your Comprehensive Memory Program

One must have a good memory to be able to keep the promises one makes.

Become familiar with all aspects of the Memory Program before you decide which of these components you wish to employ in your own life. If you have reached this far in the book, you know that the Memory Program must be tailored to the individual.

Much of the material in this chapter follows directly from what I covered in earlier chapters. To reiterate, there is no magic memory pill, no silver bullet. To help preserve and even improve your memory, a comprehensive, multifaceted program is the right solution.

The Memory Program is intended to help two categories of people:

1. Those who currently have a normal memory and wish to preserve their memory during the aging process. If you're in your forties or fifties, you probably fall into this category.

2. Those with mild memory loss who would like to reverse the process or at least prevent further decline. If you're in your sixties to eighties, you may fall into this category. However, you can develop mild memory loss in your forties or fifties, especially if you have a specific, usually reversible, cause of memory loss such as depression, alcohol abuse, medication toxicity, or hypothyroidism.

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