However, I would like to bring up the topic that a lot of medications have strong anticholinergic effects such as meds:
such as medications for hyper-tension
and cholesterol lowering drugs
and used for chronic pain conditions (such as muscle relaxers).
Over time these effects can contribute to confusion, memory problems, and problems concentrating. In fact, many of the (expensive) prescription medications used for dementia attempt to increase choline in the brain. Sadly, by the time someone is diagnosed with dementia, it appears to be rather late in the game to improve the situation.
Even if you are not taking any anticholinergics, you should still talk to your health care provider about taking Alpha GPC choline (with food) to maintain wellness.
TIPS: see allergy page for a possible allergy connection.
TIPS: Here are some websites written by medical professionals who can explain the anticholinergic effects:
www.health.harvard.edu › Harvard Health Blog