Have you felt a little “off” lately? Do you try to recall conversations or instructions and all of a sudden you’ve gone mind blank? Have you ever been in the middle of telling a story and completely forgot the purpose? If so, you’re not alone! Brain fog and poor concentration are two very common symptoms that seem to hit us more and more the older we get.
For years, mainstream medicine has told us that there is nothing that can be done to reverse the effects of neurodegeneration – which is defined as “the degeneration of the nervous system, especially of neurons in the brain.” Neurons are a fundamental element in the function of the spinal cord and brain that can help with cognitive function, and if they’re damaged – our mental function can be impaired, leading to symptoms such as brain fog and difficulty concentrating.
RG3 has come to light as an innovative treatment option for many people struggling with conditions stemming from neurodegeneration. RG3 is derived from Panax Ginseng, an Asian plant, and taken as a nasal spray. It was designed to help promote a healthy brain performance and to protect the existing neurons from destruction in addition to inducing neurogenesis – the creation and development of neurons. By decreasing oxidative stress and inflammation in the brain, RG3 has shown to help enhance memory and mental focus and be a potentially ideal treatment for people living with:
In addition, research has shown RG3 to have many health benefits which may include:
If you find yourself losing your train of thought or finding it difficult to recall certain things, RG3 may be just what you need! Contact my office today to learn more about RG3 and how it can help you!
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