Brain disorders, including memory loss, are fast becoming the single biggest health risk in the world, and the statistics are incredibly grim. In 2017, 50 million people worldwide were believed to have some form of dementia. This number will double every 20 years. That’s 150 million people with dementia in 2057.
The odds are that you’ve already had (or have) someone in your life with dementia — the emotional toll simply can’t be put into words. That’s why we MUST start addressing it TODAY, so we can prevent it into the future.
Since dementia starts 30-50 years before symptoms appear, taking action today, even in small steps, is key to protecting your brain health and overall wellbeing in the future. The Alzheimer’s & Dementia Summit represents a unique opportunity to discover how to prevent, slow down and even reverse symptoms. Gain valuable insights from the team of experts to find out what you can do before memory loss is irreversible! In personal risk management, this would be a key preventative measure.