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Memory Loss Treatment

Definition of Memory Loss
A mild decline in memory and the rate of information processing occurs normally with age, but does not affect daily function and does not generally progress.

Description of Memory Loss
Like the body's muscles, bones, and other vital organs, the brain feels the effect of aging. Through years of constant use and biological wear and tear, the brain gradually loses some of its sharpness in processing information and in relaying the multitude of signals essential to day-to-day functioning.

As people begin to age, they may begin to have problems with memory. One of the most noticeable problem areas involves the transient forgetting of names. Virtually everyone has this problem in older age.

It is important to note that normal age-related memory loss does not indicate diminished intelligence or ability to learn. The brain may simply need more time to recall information from memory or to learn new information. Simple forgetfulness is not a disease.

Studies on learning and memory constitute an active area of research for many neuroscientists. In general, how the brain selects and stores information falls into three categories. Each category serves a distinct purpose and is generally independent of intelligence or level of education. Memory categories include:
Short-term/temporary recollection. If you are calling the florist, you look up the phone number and remember it long enough to place the call. Once you have finished the call, the information vanishes. If you were interrupted before making the call, you may lose this material.

Long-term (recent). This category preserves the recent past, such as what you had for breakfast today, or the outfit that you wore a few days ago.
Long-term (remote). These records the distant past. These memories learned 10 or 20 years ago form your knowledge base. This category can include snatches of a conversation or a tune from your high school fight song. Other information in this memory store shapes your personal history, such as what you were doing the day President John Kennedy was assassinated.

Aging does not generally affect short - or long-term (remote) memory. These functions are well-preserved. However, long-term (recent) memory often declines with age. To store and retrieve recent information from long-term (recent) memory, the brain performs a complex chain of chemical and electrical functions involving nerve cells. As one ages, some of these cells may deteriorate and function less efficiently.

• Alzheimer's disease
• Neurodegenerative illness
• Head trauma or injury
• Hysteria often accompanied by confusion
• Seizures
• General anaesthetics such as halothane, isoflurane, and fentanyl
• Alcoholism
• Stroke or transient ischemic attack (TIA)
• Transient global amnesia
• Drugs such as barbiturates or benzodiazepines
• Electroconvulsive therapy (especially if prolonged)
• Temporal lobe brain surgery
• Brain masses (caused by tumours or infection)
• Herpes encephalitis
• Other brain infections
• Depression

Homoeopathic Treatment
In homoeopathic method of treatment we have good effective medicines for these complaint, Homoeopathic medicines have no side effects. Long course of treatment is helpful to reduce these problems

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Direct Consultation

Please Visit
Dr.D.Senthil Kumar, B.H.M.S., M.D (Alt Med)., M.Phil(Psy)
Consulting Homoeopath & Psychologist

Chennai Camp
Every Sunday 11.30 am to 02.00 pm
(Consultation by Appointment only)
Sri Chakra Flats
No.54-F3 vijaya nagar 3rd Main road

For Appointment
Please call: 09443054168, 09786901830

For Foreign patients
For more detail and mode of payment
Send mail to
Call +91 9443054168, +91 9786901830

Main Clinic
Vivekanantha Homoeo Clinic & Psychological Counselling Center
No.8.Rajaji Salai,
Cuddalore district,

Monday to Saturday
10.30 am to 12.45 pm & 05.30 pm to 9.00 pm

For Appointment
Please call: 09443054168, 09786901830
(Sunday Consultation by Appointment only)

For Online Consultation & Treatment
Rs 650/= (Six hundred and fifty rupees only)
(Medicine for one month + postage charges)

Mode of Payment

1-Please pay Rs 650 in State Bank of India (SBI) any branch in INDIA in favour of Dr.D.Senthil Kumar A/C No: 10577754912 Payable at Panruti Branch (Through core banking or net banking)
Please pay Rs 650 in ICICI bank any branch in INDIA in favour of Dr.D.Senthil Kumar A/C No: 101401501103 Payable at Panruti Branch (Through core banking or net banking)

2-Please sent the payment detail (Name, Age, Place, Date and Time of Payment) through SMS to 09443054168 or Mail to

3-Please copy and past the Patient questionnaire in MS WORD and fill the questionnaire and send via mail to

4-You will receive the Medicine along with using details with in 7 working (with in India) days, with in 7 to 15 days (Out side of India)
Professional secrecy will be maintained
(Your complaints and other Details should be kept very confidential)

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