Cognitive Decline in Greenville, SC

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What Is Cognitive Decline?

Changes in brain function can impact memory, decision-making, language, concentration, learning, or motor skills. While not affecting day-to-day activities at first, cognitive decline can negatively impact daily life over time. If you or a family member are having issues with cognitive decline and need assistance, contact our team at New Life Health. We will evaluate the problem at our Greenville, SC facility and determine the appropriate care.

Cognitive impairments can stay the same or worsen over time (degenerative). Our team at New Life Health performs a comprehensive evaluation to identify the root cause of cognitive impairments. Contributing factors often include:

  • Inflammation
  • Nutrient deficiencies
  • Hormone imbalances
  • Toxin exposure
  • Poor vascular health
  • Injury

Following the identification of the root cause and triggers, our team may recommend a combination of the following therapies:

  • Food as medicine
  • Nutraceuticals
  • Brain Training
  • Exercise
  • IV Nutrition

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If you or a family member are experiencing cognitive decline, contact us at New Life Health. We'll explain our services and help you schedule an appointment at our Greenville, SC office to undergo screening tests. Finding the root cause enables us to start the proper care so your cognitive decline is manageable in your daily life.  

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What are some common early signs of cognitive decline that I should look out for?

Early signs of cognitive decline often include forgetting recent events or conversations, having trouble with planning or problem-solving, experiencing difficulties in finding the right words during conversations, and becoming disoriented in familiar environments. These signs can also manifest as a noticeable decline in the ability to manage finances, keep track of appointments, or follow instructions. Recognizing these early indicators is crucial for seeking timely evaluation and intervention.

How does inflammation contribute to cognitive decline?

Inflammation in the brain can lead to damage to neurons and other essential cells, disrupting normal brain function. Chronic inflammation is often linked to various conditions such as autoimmune disorders, infections, or prolonged exposure to toxins. This inflammatory response can impair communication between brain cells, reduce neuroplasticity, and ultimately contribute to cognitive deficits. Addressing underlying inflammation through dietary changes, medication, and lifestyle adjustments can help mitigate its impact on cognitive health.

Can nutrient deficiencies play a role in cognitive decline?

Yes, nutrient deficiencies can significantly impact cognitive function. Essential nutrients such as B vitamins, vitamin D, omega-3 fatty acids, and antioxidants are critical for maintaining brain health. Deficiencies in these nutrients can impair neurotransmitter production, reduce energy availability to brain cells, and increase oxidative stress, all of which can contribute to cognitive decline. Ensuring a balanced diet rich in these nutrients or using supplements as needed can support cognitive function.

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