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What to know about memory pills: Safety, effectiveness, choice, and more

August 2, 2021

From the Medical News Today website

Some people take so-called “memory pills” in order to boost their brain health or avoid dementia

However, research has yet to prove the effectiveness of these memory pills, and they may be unsafe for some people to take, particularly if they already have dementia or are taking certain medications. 

Additionally, the government does not evaluate dietary supplements, making it difficult for people to choose quality products.

This article explains what memory pills are and how they work. It also looks at their safety and effectiveness and the risks of taking dietary supplements. 

Read on to find out what the research says about memory pills and other popular products for brain health, as well as how to maintain brain health through diet and lifestyle.

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