Shaun Klomp, Spence’s Pharmacy
If your loved one is looking for a pharmaceutical option to help with their cognitive conditions, check out these vitamins recommended by Spence’s Pharmacy:
Vitamin B1: Taking 50mg B1 daily can help treat dementia.
Vitamin E: Vitamin E is shown to slow down progression of dementia. The recommended dosage is 400-800iu per day. This vitamin also includes another antioxidant Coenzyme Q10.
Phosphatidylserine: This is the primary component of nerve cell membrane. Take 100mg three times a day.
Vitamin B12 and Folic Acid: Dementia and Alzeheimers patients are usually deficient in these particular vitamins. The best versions are methycobalamin (active B12) and 5-MTHF for folic acid. The recommended dosage is 100mcg to 1000mcg B12 and 400mcg to 1000mcg folic acid per day.
Zinc: Zinc helps improve memory and cognitive function. We recommend taking 30mg-40mg per day. Also ask your compounding pharmacy about a revolutionary new supplement called Synapsin for