The journal Neurology recently supplied us with a report that offered practitioners an update on suggested treatments for patients with mild cognitive impairment and declining brain health. Their goal is to help practitioners, like myself, understand the most viable treatment options for aiding our patients.
What’s groundbreaking about this most recent edition of these guidelines is that they stand in stark contrast to the longstanding advice most doctors (and patients) receive. They, in fact, have found that none of the pharmaceutical interventions suggested for treating MCI have been effective. That’s a massive revelation.
So what should we be doing instead? Let’s discuss in today’s video.