When people get a diagnosis of mild cognitive impairment, one of the first questions they ask is, “Can it be reversed?”
A major review of studies involving nearly 7,000 people with MCI affirms that the answer is yes.
But its findings go beyond that. Researchers used the data to identify six specific things that make a person more likely to revert to cognitively normal. In today’s video, I show you what those key factors are.
Read the soon-to-be published study on the six factors that are most associated with reversing MCI: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/gps.5159
See my recent story “This expert says most people with MCI will not progress to dementia any time soon, and here’s why not” — https://gocogno.com/mci-doesnt-mean-dementia/