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Make the Holiday Memorable With These 5 Tips

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Making holiday memories is important. Whether you have a big family or you’re doing things with friends, you want to have memorable times to look back on later. Here are five great ways you can do that.

  1. Do Something Good in the Community

You can volunteer at a soup kitchen, put up holiday lights downtown, or find another way to get involved. Helping others can really boost your happiness and joy, especially during the holiday season.

  1. Spend Time with the People You Love

Reach out to people you care about, and arrange to get together. Support healthy brain function with Prevagen, so you can stay connected. Then you can have more fun with loved ones and make special memories you’ll treasure.

  1. Start a New Family — or Personal — Tradition

You don’t have to do things the same way every year. Maybe it’s time to start a tradition that’s all your own. No matter what kind of tradition you decide on, it has to start sometime. Why not start it this holiday season?

  1. Take a Lot of Candid Pictures

Posing for pictures can be fun. But sometimes the best pictures are much more candid and relaxed. Take plenty of pictures, especially of people you don’t see that often. It’s always nice to look back on good times through treasured photos.

  1. Include Your Pets in the Fun and Festivities

If you have pets, make sure they get included. Your family and friends may want to bring their pets, too, as long as they can all get along. You can dress them up, give them treats and toys, and have some good laughs watching them have fun. Pets can really make a holiday memorable.

You don’t need to spend a lot of money to have a great holiday season and make plenty of wonderful memories. The best gifts come from the heart, and those gifts don’t cost a thing. When you’re planning your holiday, remember that what really matters is time. The time spent with loved ones, and doing things that matter to you, is going to be the time that you remember for years to come.

These tips have been brought to you by Prevagen. Prevagen has been clinically shown to help with mild memory loss associated with aging.* Make your days be merry, bright, and full of memories in the making!

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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LTC S

As an aging person with mild memory loss I haven’t really found any magic pill I can definitely say improved my aging memory. I generally find that I have the memory, it just takes a little longer to access it. Which makes me wonder does it take a little more time for the upload process to occur also. My short term memory seems to suffer if I don’t take a little time to remember. If I put the keys in a new location and walk away I may not remember where I left them unless I look directly at them when l lay them down. Focus, slow down, look around, turn the light on – take the time to remember. When they have a pill that can help me remember names then they may have something….

Gordo

This must be a commercial for Prevagen, maybe it’s time to go back to AARP!

B J

I took Prevagen everyday for 6 months. I didn’t notice any difference in my cognitive ability. I’m 60 and I don’t take any brain or mood meds and I don’t have a dementia diagnosis. I was noticing a little slowed thinking and focusing. Unfortunately Prevagen was not the answer for me.