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which natural(herbal, greens) products available that help improve brain power and memories?

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Dr. David Chrisman
Cosmetic Dentistry 33 years experience
Sleep: Brain function can be related to sleep. If you are not getting 7-9 hours of good sleep or if you have excessive daytime sleepiness than you may have a sleep related breathing disorder that is affecting you brain function. Herbs and natural products can be helpful but nothing can replace a good nights sleep. If you have poor sleep see you md for a sleep evaluation.

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Which natural(herbal, greens) products avaiable to help improve brain power and memories?

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Dr. Lynne Weixel
Clinical Psychology 36 years experience
B vitamins & more: Many of the b vitamins are helpful to the nervous system overall. Some foods are great sources, research them. Rosemary oil has just been related to memory improvement. Be careful, but search the web and ask a nutritionist or other professional who takes an interest in such techniques.

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