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The incidences of brain disorders are on the rise. Not only do one in eight senior citizens develop Alzheimer’s these days, but one in eight children is diagnosed with brain developmental disorders, including autism and ADHD.
The global prevalence of dementia has been estimated to be as high as 24 million, and it is predicted to double every 20 years until 2040.
Anxiety disorders such as obsessive compulsive thinking, learning disabilities, and depression are much more prevalent today, while “garden variety” symptoms of poor brain health – sleep disorders, brain fog, generalized anxiety, moodiness, lack of focus – have become so common that they are considered as normal response to everyday living.