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Brain Fog? Worried about Your Memory?

 

 

Do you ever forget words? Do you have brain fog? Memory problems? Forget names or places?

You are not alone. Struggling to find words or struggling to remember a name or date often indicates a concussion or inflammation in the brain and body.

Memory struggles can be the result of head injuries from a car accident, a bike accident or a sports injury. Memory loss is a part of dementia or Alzheimer’s. More commonly, memory loss and brain fog are a result of inflammation in the brain and inflammation in the body due to diet, bacterial infections, viruses, medication side effects and toxins.

Memory loss is not only about getting older.

At Agger Chiropractic and Nutrition, we often see people who are not in the older generation who experience memory issues. The good news is that chiropractic treatment, exercises and a focus on nutrition that helps memory function can make an enormous difference in a person’s memory.

How We Help Clients with Memory Problems

Dr. Agger uses standardized cognitive and memory tests to check current memory levels along to identify the parts of the brain that are under stress. He also utilizes neurology exams, lab tests and imaging to find the root cause of memory problems. From here, he designs a comprehensive brain rehabilitation and treatment program using a combination of chiropractic adjustments, individualized dietary supplements, herbs, lifestyle changes, sleep strategies, relaxation techniques and exercises to help clients regain memory and cognition.

Your memory can be improved!

 

“I like to drive, but my memory issues were affecting my life to the point that I had concerns for my safety.  I would get in my car and not remember the directions of a place I had been many times. I knew I was way too young to have these memory issues, but they were getting worse.  I now know my diet wasn’t helping, but I had no idea at the time that diet and memory were connected. Over the past few months, I’ve worked with Dr. Agger on reducing inflammation. I thought this was just a buzz word in the news, but he explained the very real concerns he has about diet and toxins that lead to tissue inflammation. This inflammation can lead to brain fog. I had no idea! We started a regime of adjustments, supplements and exercises including breathing I can do to improve my memory. My anxiety is GONE. My memory has improved and I feel better than I have felt in years.” 

 

-Michael K.

 

If you or someone you know has memory lapses, brain fog, been diagnosed with dementia, or you have a strong family history of dementia or Alzheimer’s, call now to schedule an appointment. Dr. Agger is here to help you improve your memory.