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Are You Concerned You Have Cognitive Issues?

Why Cognitive Disorders Are a Serious Issue

Surveys have shown that 48% of people worry about developing a cognitive issue and they are twice as worried about losing their mental capabilities than they are about their physical abilities. While significant progress has been made in lowering the incidence of major diseases, cognitive decline continues to be a major health epidemic. Learn more about cognitive disease and what you can do to prevent and reverse its effects.

Get Educated

We provide you with the latest in science and medical research on the causes and treatment of cognitive decline. We carefully review new non-pharmaceutical treatment options, publish breakthroughs in neuroscience, and offer information on diagnostic lab tests. We empower you with the right information to actively manage your brain health.

Someday Is Now

We believe that Someday Is Now for you to actively take charge of your health and cognitive wellbeing. A proactive approach to preventing cognitive decline puts you in control of achieving a long and vibrant life. We are deeply committed to providing you health and wellbeing products, resources, and practices to help you gain and sustain a vibrant body and mind.

Chill Hard

We believe that some stress is unavoidable, but chronic stress that goes unaddressed can have a negative impact on brain health. Research studies have linked psychological stress to increased risk of cognitive decline. We provide you techniques in meditation, mindfulness, deep breathing, and obtaining quality sleep to help you reduce your stress.

Let's Play

We believe building strong relationships with our family, friends, and community increases our wellbeing and life expectancy. Research suggests that people who are more socially engaged and have larger social networks tend to have higher levels of cognitive function. We support your social endeavors by offering resources for community events, volunteering, and social outlets.

Facts About Cognitive Impairment


Better medical care is allowing people to live longer and by 2030 about 20% of Americans will be aged 65 years and older. Although increased longevity brings with it many benefits, not all adults will experience good health and well-being as they age. In 2023, 26% of people aged 65-74 were living with Alzheimer disease. The estimated lifetime risks for Alzheimer’s in the U.S. is about 20% by the age of 65.


Subjective Cognitive Decline (SCD) is the self-reported experience of worsening or more frequent confusion or memory loss within the past year. It is a form of cognitive impairment and one of the earliest noticeable symptoms of more severe memory disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias. The prevalence of subjective cognitive decline (SCD) is 11.1%, or 1 in 9 adults.


Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) causes cognitive changes that are serious enough to be noticed by the person affected. It usually does not affect the individual’s ability to carry out everyday activities. MCI can be an early stage of the disease continuum including for Alzheimer’s. The prevalence of MCI in adults 60 and older is between 12-18%

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