Cognitive impairment, dementia and Alzheimer’s disease are like having a rusty tin roof with many holes. There are so many holes that plugging one is not going to make a significant difference. That’s why there is virtually no effective medication which helps slow down or cure brain deterioration. So much so that major pharmaceutical companies stopped developing mediations for Alzheimer’s disease.
As I cover in another section, there are many strategies you can take to slow down or even reverse cognitive impairment. They are not as convenient as just popping pills. They will require special effort and dedication on your part.
Therefore until a miracle medication is developed (if ever), it might be prudent to just forget about medication. Instead we should find a way to live with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) by using numerous other strategies available.