Annually, thousands of men and women in the United States are diagnosed with persistent neurological issues that deteriorate their quality of life. Luckily, a new treatment option named RG3 may help to boost brain function and combat neurodegeneration.
Neurodegeneration is characterized as “the degeneration of the nervous system, especially of neurons in the brain.” At the core of the central nervous system (CNS) are neurons. Neurons are accountable for processing and sending information throughout the body, making them a key element of the CNS, which consists of the spinal cord and brain. When neurons in the brain start to deteriorate, from a traumatic brain injury or just the biological aging process, cognitive function gradually begins to decay.
Memory issues, weakened learning capabilities and lack of concentration and are all considered effects of increased neurodegeneration, which can—in the long term—lead to seriously debilitating brain disorders such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease.
Panax Ginseng has been used as a generic health tonic in Traditional Chinese medicine for years. Derived from the Asian plant, RG3 can offer essential support for valuable brain function in adults. By reducing inflammation and oxidative stress, RG3 can help increase memory and mental focus.
RG3 has also been found to support neurogenesis—the creation and development of neurons in the brain. This innovative treatment opportunity has surfaced as a new tool for physicians to help individuals fighting with various neurological troubles.
Taken as a nasal spray, RG3 has shown to be an effective treatment option for some men and women experiencing:
Some of the improvements you may find with RG3 are:
Contact my office to find out more about the benefits of RG3 and determine if it is what you need! We look forward to hearing from you!
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