Side Effects of Memory Loss Drugs vs.
Benefits of Natural Alternatives
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On average, one out of every ten people has a serious problem with memory loss.
Millions of people in the US and around the world suffer from Alzheimer’s disease, which is associated with memory
loss and cognitive decline.
Drugs used to treat memory loss and cognitive decline are not very effective, yet
they are accompanied by numerous side effects. Here, we compare the side effects of memory loss drugs to the
benefits of natural alternatives.
Side Effects of Memory Loss Drugs
Drugs commonly prescribed for memory loss include Tacrine, Donepezil,
Rivastigmine, Galantamine, Memantine and Selegiline.
Tacrine works by increasing brain levels of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine.
Common side effects of the drug include nausea and vomiting, heartburn, diarrhea and loss of appetite, fatigue and
drowsiness, muscle cramps, muscle aches and loss of balance. A health problem that may be caused or worsened by
Tacrine use is liver damage. Less common side effects that occur in less than 10% of patients include confusion,
rash, weight loss, urinary incontinence, shaking, hallucination and excessive sweating. Depression, suicidal
behavior, low blood pressure, heart rhythm issues and seizures are adverse events that have been reported but occur
with an unknown frequency.
Donepezil is another drug meant to raise acetylcholine levels. The drug should not
be used by patients with known heart disease...
Side Benefits of Natural
The nutrients and other natural compounds listed here have proven benefits for
improving brain function, increasing brain levels of neurotransmitters and improving memory. Supplements containing
these compounds may also improve your health in other ways. Those are the “side benefits”. You can learn about the
potential health benefits below.
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