Know Your Cq
Know Your Cq Score & Start Your Free 30-Day Trial
Assess Your Cognition Today and Start Your Free Trial
Taking a cognitive assessment might feel scary, especially if you’re already experiencing “senior moments.” We understand, but knowing where you stand is the first step towards optimizing your cognition. For the first time in history, early-stage dementia can be reversed using the Bredesen Protocol®. Take your free Cq assessment and try a 30-day free trial of the ReCODE Program™ or PreCODE Program™.
Protect Your Future Cognition
It’s important to begin the program as early as possible. Researchers agree that the pathology behind Alzheimer’s takes at least a decade for the first symptom to appear. That means that our biochemistry is changing ten years or more before we begin to notice cognitive changes. This long pre-symptomatic period offers us an important transitional period in which we can effectively intervene. The first step is to quantify your current state of cognition.
Take Your FREE Cognitive Assessment
The Cq or Cognitive Quotient is a cognitive assessment devised by Dale Bredesen, M.D., created specifically to detect early signs of neurological degeneration. The Cq Assessment is comprised of the AQ-6 Questionnaire, a subset of the AQ-21 (a proven informant-based screening questionnaire for Alzheimer’s disease), and an abbreviated CNS Vital Signs assessment (that evaluates executive function, speed processing, verbal and visual memory). Your Cq score is a percentile based on how well you perform compared to age-matched peers.
Before You Begin
Set aside approximately 15 minutes to complete the assessment. Make sure that you’re well-rested and won’t be interrupted.
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