• William A. Van Horn, MD

How to Test for Memory Loss


Identifying early memory loss is critical to avoiding the disability associated with Alzheimer's disease.

In this video, geriatric neuropsychiatrist and Alzheimer's specialist William A. Van Horn, MD teaches you a simple but effective test that you can use with your loved ones in the comfort of your home.

If your loved one test positive for memory loss, you should start treatment as soon as possible. The earlier memory loss is identified, the more beneficial treatment can be and the better the chance of avoiding disability. Click the link below to learn about the actual treatment protocols Dr. Van Horn has used with thousands of patients to slow the progression of memory loss.


Day 6 of the Alzheimer's Journey - Battling Memory Loss


If your loved one tests negative for early memory loss or if you want to learn about numerous things you can be doing right now to reduce your risk of Alzheimer's disease and keep your brain healthier and living longer, then click the link below to watch Dr. Van Horn's comprehensive guide entirely free.


Day 4 of the Alzheimer's Journey - Protecting Your Reservoir

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