As discussed in September’s Town Hall with Dr. Dale Bredesen and Dr. Ann Hathaway, common medical practice treats Alzheimer’s like there are two stages to the disease: no-Alzheimer’s and Alzheimer’s. Yet, we find there are really 4 stages: pre-symptomatic, subjective cognitive impairment, mild cognitive impairment, and Alzheimer’s Disease.

Alzheimer’s can be prevented with the actions you take in the pre-symptomatic and subjective cognitive impairment phases. That makes knowing your ApoE status and getting a cognoscopy important because they can help determine the support you need. Watch an excerpt from the September Town Hall below.

Check your cognition today with our free Cq test, and more Town Halls are available to our subscribers.

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