What causes cognitive decline, including Alzheimer’s?
Alzheimer’s is a protective response by the brain to an inflammatory or toxic attack. Through research at UCLA and The Buck Institute, we have discovered 36 different conditions which can trigger cognitive decline, including Alzheimer’s.
These conditions have been grouped into six categories:
2. Blood sugar regulation – example, diabetes
3. Hormonal and chemical imbalances
4. Bio-toxins and heavy metals – example, mold and mercury poisoning
5. Vascular – example, strokes
Most people suffering from cognitive decline have between 10 and 25 contributors attacking their brains. At The Carroll Institute, we identify the root cause of each contributor and customize resolutions.
Can you detect Alzheimer's before it's too late?
The two most effective ways to identify cognitive decline are:
1. Volumetric MRI – This is a special type of MRI allowing us to see brain shrinkage before symptoms begin.
2. Central Nervous System Vital Signs – This is a non-invasive 30-minute computerized test we run in our office which can show us how different parts of the brain are working.
How do you reverse the symptoms of cognitive decline and Alzheimer’s?
By using specialized and proprietary DNA and lab testing, we are able to identify exactly what factors are attacking the brain. Once these are identified and prioritized, we develop a program, unique to each patient, which resolves each one.
Who is your program for?
Our protocols are for everyone, from those who want to be proactive and prevent cognitive decline to those already suffering early stage Alzheimer’s. The Carroll Institute’s ReCODE (Reversing Cognitive Decline) Program is unlike any other. Each person is treated like the individual they are.
To find out if The Carroll Institute is the right place for you, we offer a Free Discovery Phone Call. To schedule call 941-350-7722.
Dr. Garland Glenn is the founder and director of The Carroll Institute. He is an international speaker with a global patient base. He is certified in both Reversing Cognitive Decline (ReCODE 2.0) and Functional Neurology. Dr. Glenn believes it is possible for people to enjoy their lives at 95 as much as they do at 25. Maintaining cognitive function is the key to living better longer.
- Baylor University
- National University of Health Sciences – D.C.
- PhD (abd) Integrative Medicine
- Carrick Institute Amsterdam - Neurology
- International Board of Functional Neurology
- International Association of Functional Neurology and Rehabilitation
- Kalish Institute of Functional Medicine
- Institute for Functional Medicine
Dr. Garland Glenn - The Carroll Institute
1 S. School Ave, Suite PH, Sarasota, FL 34237