I didn't know that there are doctors out there who actually recommend a salty diet. I guess in my case, maybe I am at an age that the brain cells can still recover from the past damages of reduced salt, and the effect has been dramatic and consistent for the past two weeks, in terms of mental clarity and emotional state.
I have been careful not to take too many things in my body, so I can experiment with different elements and point to the cause and effect, and it won't overwhelm my body.
I have prided myself on being a very technically capable person. But when my mind was reaching hard for connections, and when I was reading a long sentence, midway through it, I had to remember what the beginning was like, it made me wonder about
my mental capacity. My mother died when I was 35 years old, that could be considered a stress factor in my life. But I believed that there were chemical and physical factors, and then there were moments when I was absolutely in control of myself.
If you look up benefits of salt online, there are quite many articles. Those two links below interested me the most. They talk about
being beneficial to the brain cells and nerves.curezone.com/foods/salt/vital_functions_of_salt_in_the_b.htmwww.shirleys-wellness-cafe.com/salt.htm
I dare say this, the lack of salt is at least a factor, and a major factor from my experience, to the degrading mental health. I know the medical established will probably laugh this off. But if some doctor or researcher could design a study on the effect of salt on Alzheimer's disease, I think they will be positively surprised. I believe in simple solutions, and a good solution should be explained using common sense. When things become too fancy and complicated, they usually fail, like those complicated mortgage contracts that caused the financial crisis.