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Q How can I protect my memory?

Each month, leading integrative health expert, Dr Andrew Weil, gives his definitive answer to a medical question
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Memory loss that is not a normal part of ageing is called dementia, the most common form being Alzheimer’s disease. Memory impairment can also develop in association with other medical conditions, as well as the medications used to treat them, including pain killers, antidepressants and blood pressure pills. For more, see my new book, Mind Over Meds (Little, Brown, £29).

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