Seven Steps to Managing Your Memory

As you age, you may find yourself worrying about your memory. Where did I put those car keys? What time was my appointment? What was her name again? With more than 41 million Americans over the age of 65 in the United States, the question becomes how much (or, perhaps, what type) of memory loss is to be expected as one gets older and what should trigger a visit to the doctor. Seven Steps to Managing Your Memory addresses these key concerns and more, such as...

· What are the signs that suggest your memory problems are more than just part of normal aging?

· Is it normal to have concerns about your memory?

· What are the markers of mild cognitive impairment, dementia, Alzheimer's, and other neurodegenerative diseases? 

· How should you convey your memory concerns to your doctor?

· What can your doctor do to evaluate your memory?

· Which healthcare professional(s) should you see?

· What medicines, alternative therapies, diets, and exercises are available to improve your memory?

· Can crossword puzzles, computer brain-training games, memory aids, and strategies help strengthen your memory?

· What other resources are available when dealing with memory loss? 

Seven Steps to Managing Your Memory is written in an easy-to-read yet comprehensive style, featuring clinical vignettes and character-based stories that provide real-life examples of how to successfully manage age-related memory loss.

Click HERE to order Seven Steps to Managing Your Memory, What's Normal, What's Not and What to Do About it on Audio.


Now presented in full color, this updated edition of Memory Loss, Alzheimer's Disease, and Dementia is designed as a practical guide for clinicians that delivers the latest treatment approaches and research findings for dementia and related illnesses. Drs. Budson and Solomon ― both key leaders in the field ― cover the essentials of physical and cognitive examinations and laboratory and imaging studies, giving you the tools you need to consistently make accurate diagnoses in this rapidly growing area.

    Access in-depth coverage of clinically useful diagnostic tests and the latest treatment approaches.
  • Case studies have been incorporated into the chapters and facilitate the management of both common and uncommon conditions.

  • Comprehensive coverage of hot topics such as chronic traumatic encephalopathy, in addition to new criteria on vascular dementia and vascular cognitive impairment.

  • Includes new National Institute on Aging–Alzheimer's Association and DSM-5 criteria for Alzheimer’s Disease and Mild Cognitive Impairment.

  • Learn how to use new diagnostic tests, such as the amyloid imaging scans florbetapir (Amyvid), flutemetamol (Vizamyl), and florbetaben (Neuraceq), which can display amyloid plaques in the living brains of patients.

  • Updated case studies, many complete with videos illustrating common tests, clinical signs, and diagnostic features, are now incorporated into the main text as clinical vignettes for all major disorders.

  • Brand-new chapters on how to approach the differential diagnosis and on primary progressive aphasia.

  • Expert Consult eBook version included with purchase. This enhanced eBook experience allows you to search all of the text, figures, references, and videos from the book on a variety of devices.

A practical guide mirroring clinical workflow intended to be used as a tool for accurately diagnosing dementia for all clinicians. Includes case studies and tests.

Get a thorough, expert overview of the many key facets of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) with this concise, practical resource by Drs. Andrew E. Budson, Ann C. McKee, Robert C. Cantu, and Robert A. Stern. This easy-to-read reference is based on lectures from Boston University’s Alzheimer’s Disease Center’s November 2016 two-day conference on CTE.

  • Features a wealth of information on CTE, ideal for neurologists, neurosurgeons, psychologists and other practitioners who see patients with concussions or a history of brain trauma.

  • Helps health care providers understand how common concussions and CTE have become in adults of all ages, and how serious are the long-term consequences are if not managed properly.

  • Discusses the history, pathology, and genetics of CTE as well as the new criteria, differential diagnosis, and treatment of CTE.

  • Consolidates today’s available information and guidance in this timely area into one convenient resource.

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