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Memory Complex Medication
I have a relative of 45 yrs.Her memory is weak and she forgets quickly what do you advise her to do? Are there any medications that could help?Thanks
Sleep disorder?: Many times memory problems can be related to sleep related breathing disorders where the sleep gets interrupted so much that the brain isn't allowed to organize and store thoughts. In some cases the brain degenerates. She should see a md for a diagnosis. If she is having excessive daytime sleepiness than she needs to mention this to her md and perhaps a sleep study might be in order. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Nope: No such thing yet. Would be nice sometimes to have the deneuralizer from Men in Black sometimes, though, wouldn't it? There is research being done on medications though. ...Read more
Am 21 years old .. I have a problem on my memory i can't remember good .. What medication should I have ?!
Hard to speculate: People preform at their worst in any way when sick, when they don't get enough restorative sleep, when their nutrition is not balanced & in unfamiliar settings. You need to start with what you can fix, and a checkup with your doc would be good. If nothing is found to explain your problem, additional testing with an educational psychologist would be reasonable. There is no "memory pill" ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What medications are used to enhance memory and concentration in young adults and do they have side effects ?
See below: There is no medication to enhance concentration unless you have ADD Attention Deficit Disorder, in which case there are medications to help concentration. These medications, like Concerta, are amphetamine like stimulants that can have side effects. There is no medication to enhance memory in normal individuals. ...Read more
No: People respond to medication differently. One may affect your memory but in another person it may not. I will say that the most common family of medications which can cause memory problems are the benzodiazepines (i.E xanax, (alprazolam) ativan, valium, klonopin). You have to weigh the pros and cons of the medication and find the right one that works for you. ...Read more
Was given lorazapam by mistake 2 mgs wrong medication for migrain, passed out and may have hullucinated should I be concerned memory seems off.
Common side effect: That's a very common side effect for the benzodiazepines. Its 1/2 life is about 10-20 hours, as long as you have normal liver function. There is an anti-dote for it if you have respiratory compromise, but if not, you should be back to yourself in a day or 2. ...Read more
I've been experiencing short term memory episodes or whatever it's called. I can't remember things i just said (spacing out). Im on medications. Advice?
Suspicion high: That your medications are affecting your memory, as many meds have anticholinergic side effects causing cognitive issues. Alternatively, if this is not the case, could consider thyroid issues, vitamin deficiency, even chronic low level carbon monoxide exposure, espec if you are having peculiar headaches, and red fingertips. ...Read more
What to do if I didn't know they even had medication that can make you temporarily lose your memory. is this true?
How big does a memingioma have to be before they take it out and are their medications for memory, and sight problems?
Not a quick answer!: If you have a meningioma, you need to discuss this with your doctor. Advice about that would best come from an informed physician who is familiar with your circumstances. There are medications and supplements that help with memory ANS sight issues, take care of first things first! ...Read more
Mental fitness: The best treatment for memory loss is prevention - maintaining an active lifestyle with regular exercise is probably the best way to maintain good mental fitness and prevent memory loss. Medications such as aricept, exelon, (rivastigmine) razadyne, cognex, and Namenda have demonstrated slight cognitive improvements in people suffering dementia and memory loss - but these drugs do not cure memory loss. ...Read more
Allergy meds.: At therapeutic dose, not likely.Get a more detailed answer ›
Brain Power: For patients with memory disorders we use cholinesterase inhibitors like rivastigmine or donepezil. In advanced cases of alzheimer's disease memantine has proven benefit. Some advocate the use of omega 3, or Alpha lipoid acid with controversial data supporting its use. New data suggests that being physically fit during middle age reduces risk of memory disorders (dementia) at age70. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Which surgery is better for Petit Mal. My medication very unsuccessful and the side effect is memory loss?
Educate yourself: Sounds like you know little or nothing about your epilepsy. "Petit mal" is an obsolete term; hasn't been used for >20 years. Stop using it. Do you have primary generalized or partial epilepsy? Surgery is only for partial. By "surgery" do you include vagus-nerve stimulator? Surgery is only a last resort. If you're not satisfied with your treatment find an epileptilogist & educate YOURSELF too. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Am i being unreasonable to think my language and memory problems are due to ADHD medication and can go away?
Confusing question: If your memory/language issues are not present off treatment but appear while the meds are in your system, it is reasonable to assume there is a cause and effect relationship. However, many (40%) of adhd patients have coexisting problems of memory or other nervous system functions. ...Read more
Are there any medications similar to anafranil (clomipramine)? Because anafranil (clomipramine) caused me memory problems.
Hi I'm Software Engineer with BP on 160/100 I know very well the risk.. but I have tried 3 different type of medications and all of them have a significant impact in my focus, concentration and memory speed.. In short.. taking the medication is basically
Try again: There are many antihypertensives most of which will not affect your mental function. In addition there are some very serious dietary measures you can try as well. A BP of 160/100 at 49 yo is not something to just blow off as you are at significant risk for future serious health issues. See a cardiologist or nephrologist for evaluation. Reduce the sodium in your diet and exercise regularly. ...Read more
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