Ruth V. has suffered from early memory loss and Dementia and she states, “If I go without HCF more than a couple of days I can see how I become forgetful and misplace things.” HCF has helped Ruth tremendously! Ruth’s family and everyone around her notices how much more effective she is everyday from taking HCF. She is able to do all the work around the house, maintain the farm, as well as, do anything her heart desires. Without taking HCF Ruth has to make lists of everything to do everyday, she gets angry at the drop of a hat, and can’t understand why everyone is mad at her but Ruth has a much happier and calmer day and life by taking HCF daily. HCF Happy, Calm, Focused has been used for decades by well respected researchers for helping to support the increase of neurotransmitter levels. HCF is original, effective and contains the purest neuro-nutrients obtainable.
Directions: Begin taking three (3) capsules daily, 30 minutes before breakfast. Take capsules ONLY on an empty stomach with an 8oz glass of water. To accommodate body weight, activity level, stress level and/or inadequate diet, you may increase up to a maximum of six (6) capsules per day and/or take at different intervals throughout the day.*
Someone develops Dementia every 3 minutes. Dementia is a collection of brain diseases with Alzheimer’s being most common and it is not just about memory loss. Everyone experiences dementia differently, from behavior changes, to difficulty processing conversations, to confusion over everyday tasks-such as how to make a cup of coffee or tea. People should not be defined by their dementia, they should be given opportunities and experiences to enjoy life and relationships. Listen to what the person with dementia is telling us. A timely diagnosis enables people to plan for the future together. Humor with a dementia patient lessens frustration and maintains self-esteem. People living with dementia speak of the need to emphasize what is achieved rather than what isn’t. Although dementia patients need more time to process information, don’t answer for them, just give them time. It’s important for others to know the person with dementia, such as their interest and passions. Showing pictures and videos of family events to a loved one with dementia is a great memory jogger, as well as quality time spent, humor is great, and it will also ease their mind, give them comfort, make them happy and not feel left out. How a person lives with dementia depends on who they are, their own individual diagnosis, and their support and connections. People can and do live well with dementia.