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Which vitamins should I take to improve memory?

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Dr. Anthony Mosley
Neurology
2 doctors agree

In brief: Healthy diet

Simple answer is eating a healthy balanced diet and exercise (physical and mental).
If you happen to be deficient (or even borderline) in b12, thiamine, vitamin d, or vitamin e, so have a doctor check. Avoid smoking and keep alcohol to < 2 drinks/day maximum. Most any multivitamin is a decent insurance policy against dietary deficiencies. Ginkgo might help, but it thins blood like aspirin.

In brief: Healthy diet

Simple answer is eating a healthy balanced diet and exercise (physical and mental).
If you happen to be deficient (or even borderline) in b12, thiamine, vitamin d, or vitamin e, so have a doctor check. Avoid smoking and keep alcohol to < 2 drinks/day maximum. Most any multivitamin is a decent insurance policy against dietary deficiencies. Ginkgo might help, but it thins blood like aspirin.
Dr. Anthony Mosley
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Dr. Vasu Brown
Wound care
1 doctor agrees

In brief: L-Glutamine

L-glutamine helps with memory and focus take1000mg at night.

In brief: L-Glutamine

L-glutamine helps with memory and focus take1000mg at night.
Dr. Vasu Brown
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Dr. Vasu Brown
Wound care

In brief: L-Glutamine

L-glutamine lifts memory fog - start with 1000mg at night will help with sleep too.
For people with irritable bowel can take upto 15gm per day.

In brief: L-Glutamine

L-glutamine lifts memory fog - start with 1000mg at night will help with sleep too.
For people with irritable bowel can take upto 15gm per day.
Dr. Vasu Brown
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Dr. Marcel Hungs
Neurology

In brief: Check vitamin levels

Sometimes vitamin b12, thiamine or vitamine e are low.
Your doctor can check those levels.

In brief: Check vitamin levels

Sometimes vitamin b12, thiamine or vitamine e are low.
Your doctor can check those levels.
Dr. Marcel Hungs
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Dr. Theodore Cole
Family Medicine

In brief: Many

I would first start with a good multivitamin/mineral product.
Choose one that is a truly natural, food based one. In addition, many agents help with memory: ginkgo, gotu kola, phosphatidylserine, acetyl-l-carnitine, essential fatty acids and others can be effective. Exercise is also beneficial, so get out and move it!

In brief: Many

I would first start with a good multivitamin/mineral product.
Choose one that is a truly natural, food based one. In addition, many agents help with memory: ginkgo, gotu kola, phosphatidylserine, acetyl-l-carnitine, essential fatty acids and others can be effective. Exercise is also beneficial, so get out and move it!
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