It was in 1983 that President Ronald Reagan designated November as National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month. The 40th president of the United States was the well-loved and respected President Ronald Wilson Reagan who fought a nine-year battle with Alzheimer’s disease that ended in his passing in June of 2004.

Since then, huge steps have been taken in the discovery of the causes and prevention of the symptoms of Alzheimer’s.  Also in November, we turn our thoughts toward the memory of the men who so bravely fought and gave their lives for our freedom.

Remembrance Day

On Remembrance Day, when our war veterans go out to commemorate those brave men, some of those vets may have a difficult time remembering —anything at all.

Alzheimer’s is a sneaky, irreverent disease that slowly weakens the memory and reasoning processes.

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It may be a harrowing experience for those newly afflicted by it when they learn what oncoming symptoms to expect. For the most part, they are looking at a future of forgetfulness, loss of control and awareness and detachment from reality that will affect everyone near and dear to them.

The sooner a cure is discovered for this debilitating disease, the sooner we can all be confident knowing we can face a future beyond its reach.

Although much progress has been made in the direction of relieving many of the symptoms associated with Alzheimer’s, further research is a top priority. The cause and effects of Alzheimer’s disease must be brought into the spotlight for further investigation.’s Role offers premium nootropics supplements to support neurological health, as well as, other common maladies brought on with aging.

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Don’t Forget

This November, remember those who have trouble remembering.

We believe the cure is in sight. The time may soon come when we will no longer need to fear the threat of Alzheimer’s in old age for ourselves or our children. Your generous donation helps to support research that may not otherwise be funded.

Thanks for being part of the solution.


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