When a person is unable to remember key information required for carrying out life on a day to day basis, there is a problem.
One of the most important reasons associated with loss of memory in younger people is poor posture and subsequently poor breathing and lack of oxygenation and circulation in the brain. Increasingly lifestyles and occupation lead people to sit for long hours in front of a computer or television in a manner that is not conducive to breathing deeply and properly. In the elderly, the natural process of aging leads to stooping and the poor posture then begins to affect breathing, oxygenation and circulation in the brain.
Another important cause for loss of memory is the concentration of Aluminum in the body. Cooking in Aluminum vessels and foils, and consuming foods, especially acidic ones stored in Aluminum containers (tetra-paks, disposable containers, etc.), all lead to accumulation of Aluminum in the body. This could lead to loss of memory and even cause Alzheimer’s.
People who suffer strokes in the brain and have clots will also suffer from memory loss. Senile Dementia is an affliction where several small strokes happen in different parts of the brain. Strokes are caused by damaged blood vessels in the brain. Severe imbalance in nutrition leading to shortage of vitamins C and D can cause strokes. This is common in people living on a highly processed diet. The concentration of lead and mercury in the body can also cause rupture and damage to blood vessels. Lead accumulation may happen through exposure to polluted air or through old water pipes. Mercury accumulation is due to consumption of fish from polluted sources and from teeth fillings. Other diseases like high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity, smoking and stress may also lead to clotting and strokes.
Therefore it follows that one of the important cures for memory loss, is the improvement of body posture and the need to breathe deeply. As oxygenation and circulation in the brain improves, so will the memory. Ensure a balanced diet including plenty of fresh food and keep obesity, blood sugar and blood pressure under control.