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Описание: We take medication expecting it to make us better, or make us feel better. The last thing we want is to take a medication for one thing, and have it make something much more important get worse. If you are taking any of the Anti-Cholinergics as a long-term medication, then that is exactly what might be happening. You might be taking something to help you sleep or to lessen muscle spasms, and what it might be doing in the background is increasing your risk of developing dementia. Do you take any of the medications I discuss? Please leave me a comment below of the drug name if you have been taking one of these meds daily. Here is the list, it is not complete, but contains all the most common drugs: Amitriptyline (Elavil) [high AC activity] Atropine [high AC activity] Benztropine (Cogentin) [high AC activity] Chlorpheniramine (Actifed, Chlor-Trimeton, etc.) [high AC activity] Chlorpromazine (Thorazine) [high AC activity] Clomipramine (Anafranil) [high AC activity] Clozapine (Clozaril) [high AC activity] Cyclobenzaprine (Amrix, Fexmid, Flexeril) [moderate AC activity] Cyproheptadine (Periactin) [moderate AC activity] Desipramine (Norpramin) [high AC activity] Dexchlorpheniramine (Polaramine) [high AC activity] Dicyclomine (Bentyl) [high AC activity] Diphenhydramine (Advil PM, Aleve PM, Benadryl, Tylenol PM, Unisom, etc.) [high AC activity] Doxepin (Adapin, Silenor, Sinequan) [high AC activity] Fesoterodine (Toviaz) [moderate to high AC activity] Hydroxyzine (Atarax, Vistaril) [high AC activity] Hyoscyamine (Anaspaz, Levbid, Levsin, Levsinex) [high AC activity] Imipramine (Tofranil) [high AC activity] Meclizine (Antivert, Bonine) [high AC activity] Mepenzolate (Cantil) [high AC activity] Nortriptyline (Pamelor) [high AC activity] Olanzapine (Zyprexa) [high AC activity] Orphenadrine (Norflex) [high AC activity] Oxybutynin (Ditropan, Oxytrol) [high AC activity] Paroxetine (Brisdelle, Paxil) [low AC activity] Perphenazine (Trilafon) [high AC activity] Prochlorperazine (Compazine) [moderate AC activity] Promethazine (Phenergan) [high AC activity] Protriptyline (Vivactil) [high AC activity] Pseudoephedrine HCl [moderate to high AC activity] Scopolamine (Transderm Scop) [high AC activity] Thioridazine (Mellaril) [high AC activity] Tolterodine (Detrol) [high AC activity] Trifluoperazine (Stelazine) [high AC activity] Trimipramine (Surmontil) [high AC activity] Other drugs which have AC Activity and could pose a risk: Alprazolam (Xanax) [low to moderate AC activity] Amantadine (Symmetrel) [low AC activity] Baclofen [moderate AC activity] Brompheniramine [high AC activity] Carbamazepine (Tegretol) [moderate AC activity] Carbinoxamine (Arbinoxa) [moderate to high AC activity] Carisoprodol (Soma) [moderate AC activity] Cetirizine (Zyrtec) [moderate AC activity] Cimetidine (Tagamet) [moderate AC activity] Clemastine (Tavist) [moderate to high AC activity] Clidinium & chlordiazepoxide (Librax) [low to moderate AC activity] Clorazepate (Tranxene) [low AC activity] Codeine [low AC activity] Colchicine [low AC activity] Darifenacin (Enablex) [moderate to high AC activity] Digoxin (Lanoxicaps, Lanoxin) [low AC activity] Dimenhydrinate (Dramamine, Gravol, etc) [high AC activity] Diphenoxylate/atropine (Lomotil) [moderate to high AC activity] Disopyramide (Norpace) [low to moderate AC activity] Flavoxate (Urispas) [moderate AC activity] Fluphenazine (Prolixin) [moderate AC activity] Furosemide (Lasix) [low AC activity] Hydrochlorothiazide (Esidrix, Dyazide, HydroDIURIL, Maxzide & others) [low AC activity] Loperamide (Imodium) [moderate AC activity] Loratadine (Alavert, Claritin) [moderate AC activity] Loxapine (Loxitane) [moderate AC activity] Maprotiline [low to moderate AC activity] Meperidine (Demerol) [moderate AC activity] Methocarbamol (Robaxin) [moderate AC activity] Methotrimeprazine (Nozinan) [moderate AC activity] Nifedipine (Adalat, Procardia) [low AC activity] Olanzapine (Zyprexa) [moderate AC activity] Orphenadrine (Norflex) [moderate AC activity] Quetiapine (Seroquel) [moderate AC activity] Procyclidine (Kemadrin) [moderate AC activity] Propantheline (Pro-Banthine) [moderate to high AC activity] Ranitidine (Zantac) [low AC activity] Solifenacin (VESIcare) [low to moderate AC activityy] Thiothixene (Navane) [high AC activity] Tizanidine (Zanaflex) [high AC activity] Tramadol (Ultram) [low AC activity] Trihexyphenidyl (Artane) [high AC activity] Trospium (Sanctura, Spasmex) [high AC activity] ------- Join me and let's optimize your health! ------- FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/kendberry.md/ ▶Become a Patron here: https://goo.gl/kJJYws Ken D Berry, MD, FAAFP, is a Board Certified Family Physician and Fellow in The American Academy of Family Physicians. He has been practicing Family Medicine in rural Tennessee for over a decade, having seen over 20,000 patients in his career so far. Consult your doctor. Don't use this video as medical advice. #KetoMD #Dementia #Alzheimers
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Rainey Shafer (10 months ago)
Thanks Doc Berry for always watching out for our health! I DO take one of the drugs listed above. For my low back and only as needed. I am SO careful about medications and always asking my Doc. if I still need it.
Rainey Shafer (10 months ago)
And that is precisely what we are trying to avoid. I would someday like to be totally med free.
Kenneth Woolard (10 months ago)
Also! No side effects! You don't even feel like you are taking something!
Rainey Shafer (10 months ago)
Thanks for the info :)
Kenneth Woolard (10 months ago)
Take it orally! It is awesome! I had a tooth ache and could not get a dental appointment for four more days. I used Motrin for pain. Before sleep I took CBD oil and it was the bomb. Fell asleep and woke up pain free. I cannot say enough. I was in Hawaii with my mother and her epidural injection did not work. I suggested CBD oil and she consented. I found a shop and walked to it and purchased some. The rest is history. CBD really helped my mom where the epidural failed! I did not get a root canal like my dentist suggested either!!!!!! I am much better. I had just bitten down hard on nuts with a sensitive, large filling! Don't use Motrin. It impairs immunity!!!
Rainey Shafer (10 months ago)
Topical, sub-lingual or inhaled? How does CBD oil work for low back pain?
Daniel Styles Music (3 days ago)
I saw aprazolam is on the list, what about other benzodiazepines?
schuhplattler (1 month ago)
If he lists these drugs, he really buries that list in this video, so here are examples from Wikipedia: Examples of common anticholinergics: Antimuscarinic agents Antipsychotics (clozapine, quetiapine)[17] Atropine Benztropine Biperiden Chlorpheniramine Certain SSRIs (citalopram, sertraline)[17] Dicyclomine (Dicycloverine) Dimenhydrinate[17] Diphenhydramine[17] Doxepin Doxylamine Glycopyrrolate Glycopyrronium Ipratropium Orphenadrine Oxitropium Oxybutynin[17] Promethazine Propantheline bromide Tolterodine Tiotropium Tricyclic antidepressants (28 compounds with numerous trade names) Trihexyphenidyl Scopolamine Solifenacin Tropicamide[4] Antinicotinic agents Bupropion - Ganglion blocker[18][19][20] Dextromethorphan - Cough suppressant and ganglion blocker[21][22][23] Doxacurium - Nondepolarizing skeletal muscular relaxant Hexamethonium - Ganglion blocker Mecamylamine - Ganglion blocker and occasional smoking cessation aid[24] Tubocurarine - Nondepolarizing skeletal muscular relaxant
Linda Temple (1 month ago)
I’m 63 yo and have been diagnosed with Sjögren’s Syndrome. Took several years to get diagnosis. I’m also having muscle spasms. My Neurologist prescribes pamelor/nortryptiline for muscle spasms and rest. I’ve been so agitated and mean to my husband. It’s like I am SO MAD AT HIM! And, I do not know WHY. I’ve been taking it for 4 days. Can this drug affect me that quick??
Angela Armageddon (1 month ago)
Benzodiazepines should be at the top of the list but it’s completely missing
Rod Rich (1 month ago)
What about Doxylamine? I've taken this for years for sleep. If so what's a good alternative? Melatonin leaves me with a hangover.
Tommy Greist (2 months ago)
I've been taking omeprole 40 mg since I was 24 and am now 42. I take it everyday and demtia runs in my family. I am now experiencing weird things with my memory and the length of time it takes to think.
dana102083 (1 month ago)
Are you eating keto? It can really help with gerd and other digestive issues.
challa Bhavani (2 months ago)
What are the tests to be undertaken for shorterm memory loss
Christina Parker (2 months ago)
I had seen something about dementia and the relation to herpes oral or otherwise...every time one gets a cold sore and the affect in your system caused plaque in the brain and over time the more outbreaks the more plaques within the brain this they saw with MRI. What is your thoughts in this ?
dana102083 (1 month ago)
I read about this theory. It's very interesting!
Eva M (2 months ago)
is Silenor high or low AC activity?
Emily Ferree (2 months ago)
Hi. I take Zyrtec for seasonal allergies. Should I be taking Allegra or something instead
Suzanne Hentschel (2 months ago)
I have been taking 2 Benadryl EVERY night for over 20 years. If I do not take it I cannot fall asleep. I tried meditation and a holistic sleep aid, but those do nothing for me. I just took my last dose! What is safe to use as a sleep aid? I have been experiencing terrible memory loss for the past ten years, but have tried to disguise it. More recently I have a hard time putting names to faces, my handwriting is terrible, and I often (several times a day) use the wrong word or can not remember what the word for something is. I’m terrified. I’m 62 years old. HELP!
Suzanne Hentschel (1 month ago)
I am eating Keto. I started 4 weeks ago.
dana102083 (1 month ago)
Are you eating keto?
Stush Trini-Chick (2 months ago)
Skip to 5:17 to get to the point. You’re welcome!
Charlotte Brandt (2 months ago)
Dr. Berry, I take 25 mg of Seroquel as a sleep aid and have done so for about 3 years. What do you think?
Little Chucky (3 months ago)
All Benzos eventually can cause dementia and alseimerz
Little Chucky (3 months ago)
Many doctors probably don't know this
Gayle Smith (4 months ago)
Very informative, but I take exception with his comments regarding “blindly, thoughtlessly, taking medications and not asking questions regarding long term use.” - During the 20+ years that I’ve been prescribed Xanax, I’ve asked various physicians about the side effects of long term use. Each time, I’d get a similar reply... “It’s perfectly safe...I wouldn’t keep you on it, otherwise.” - If it weren’t for the internet, I’d still believe what I’ve been told over the years. — Each time I’m prescribed a new medication, I ask as many questions as my nine minute appointment will allow, and follow with online research. I suspect that many people do the same and don’t “blindly, thoughtlessly” take medication with no interest in side effects from long term use.
Mel Rose (3 months ago)
Agree completely. More often than not I go into the doctor appt knowing more about my condition from the internet than they do (daily migraines) and they just treat us like we have a boo-boo on our knee.
zombiecakes 90 (4 months ago)
I just started prozac and vistaril, I told my Dr that I didnt want to talw the vistaril but they won't give me anything besides the vistaril for anxiety. I told them I have low cortisol already and do not want to take the vistaril because it makes you foggy.
Javier Marin (4 months ago)
Your videos are very helpful Dr Berry, please make a video on ace inhibitors, I am pre diabetic and my nephrologist put me on 5 mg of enalapril at bedtime, he says it protects my heart and kidneys
Jennifer S (4 months ago)
Dr Berry, thank you for this. I see some antihistamines on the list but not mine so I wanted to know your thoughts. I take Singulair, Xyzal and Flonase for allergies for spring and fall. Without them I get awful headaches. I have also been getting allergy shots for 2 years but I guess they didn’t help because the severe headaches came back as soon as ragweed season started. Are my meds in this category you discussed? ❤️Love your videos!
Cathy Trent (4 months ago)
Omeprazole, benadryl, ecitalopram, Losartan, motoprolol Scary!! Going to make an app with my Dr right now!! Been on Keto 1 month and cut my ecitalopram in half Can't wait to be off of these! Tried to stop omeprazole. ..Gerd is terrible...everyone in my family has it
Twila Rolff (4 months ago)
If you've been taking them long term, but stop now, will the damage reverse?? 😯
Brenda J (4 months ago)
Make a document that can be saved and printed and put a link to it here from your website. Can't copy/paste this list to reference later.
shinyshinythings (4 months ago)
I didn’t see it on the list but Ativan is another one that causes memory loss. Saw it with my own eyes as my whip-smart mom lost her memory after just two weeks of taking it daily for panic attacks. She was in her mid-70s at the time and still “with it” until the Ativan.
jeff stowe (4 months ago)
Than you doc!
Nancy Archibald (4 months ago)
Furosemide helps pull off fluids so I can breathe. Also taking spironolactone. Lung failure ain't fun y'all. ;- ( BUT, I'm hoping keto way of eating will lessen inflammation all over so I can reduce or remove these all together.
dana102083 (1 month ago)
That's the attitude! Carbon(hydrate) make us hold water too so here's hoping! Please give it a good try, six month. I have chronic disease and it's really helped me!
Jacqueline Porter (5 months ago)
Hi Dr Berry. 3 years ago I was diagnosed with Atrial Fibrillation when I had a TIA. I was given a number of drugs most of which I have ditched since being on the keto diet for 6 months. I am still taking Apixaban and I wonder if you could tell us what you think about NOACs. Thank you for all your helpful videos.
Siri Gulliksrud (5 months ago)
I take 2x 5mg Oxybutynin every night to treat my hyperhidrosis. I cannot live without them, been on it for over 4 years now. My doctor tried to get me to wean off them but the sweating comes back after one day or two with lower dosage. The sweating also causes itching rashes as I have atopic - prone skin. What could I do?
dana102083 (1 month ago)
Have you tried it discussed Botox? I know it was the first thing treated with it. I use it myself for migraines and couldn't live without it, unfortunately.
rifka raider (6 months ago)
My dear friend who had dementia took several of these drugs! One if them was Xanax, which she took for 9 years for anxiety and had become addicted to it. She had to go through a drug treatment program in 1989 to get off of it and was very ill for 5 years afterwards.
aqrose (6 months ago)
All my OTC allergy medicine options are on the list. What is a safe alternative?
Darby Dupree (6 months ago)
What does this mean " low AC activity">
dana102083 (1 month ago)
Low anticholinergic activity
skubytube (7 months ago)
Wow !! The list ! Seems like pretty much MOST meds do at some level or another
Melody Black (7 months ago)
I have taken Lotradine in Claritin-D or the store brand for it for 22 years because of SEVERE allergies topical and respiratory and orally to a plethora of things .What about Asthma inhalers? MY health took a drastic decline after starting on an emergency inhaler then Qvar  switched to Durel (or Zenhaler is another name for it. Which is lower dose than Qvar). and What about Nasacort nasal spray? The 3rd medicine I am on daily for allergies/asthma. Before getting Asthma I was only - Claritin-D for 18 years with NO other drugs.
Sara Brown (7 months ago)
Out of the 3 medications that I take, 2 are on this list. I have a feeling the 3rd should also be on this list. I take them for debilitating migraines. The are preventive migraine medications. I would like to say I could control my migraines with diet and other non medical ways, but in 19 years, these are the only things that allow me to live a normal life. This video is really something to think about. I'll have to talk to my neurologist when I go in next.
shinyshinythings (4 months ago)
Dr Berry has a video on preventing migraines through nutrition!
cinnamon girl (6 months ago)
I don't doubt that they do work for you. But if you have been taking the meds for many years, it's always worth a shot to revisit "diet and other non medial ways", as you said you have tried that in the past. There is much more information concerning a 'healthy" diet these days, more than even a few years ago. And a person's body is constantly changing. What did not work for you years ago may be promising now.
Mary Stukenholtz (7 months ago)
I don’t see a list...I’m sure I’m overlooking it somehow. Watching this on my mobile.
You are truly incredible. I wish all the doctors in the world would be like you. Selfless, thanks again
Dusty Courtney (8 months ago)
Where is the list?
Olivier Nzeyimana (7 months ago)
Check again
Cryptonomy Royale 2.5 (8 months ago)
Hi there bud thankyou for updating me with video this info is vital I get muscle spasms and stiffness quite alot with the methocarbamol my doc prescribed me excuse me for saying but fuck that I got the medication bottle Im not gonna touch that regardless of my Neurological condition or not, with my seizures, I am quite happy with my Lyrica, Pregabalin, helps to put them at ease and relieves my pain, if you send me over some albendazole for the tapeworm problems I been having Il send you some shekels lol, let me know and definitely these dcotors are dangerous
Questfortruth (8 months ago)
The thing I hate the most about getting older is this short term memory loss. Also, the thing I hate the most about getting older is this short term memory loss.
Ramona DeLaney (8 months ago)
I take naproxen and Zantac daily. Though naproxen is not on your list it was on a google search for anti-chlorogenic drugs. Zantac from your list was not listed on the google search. I'm not having dementia symptoms though plan to stop taking those 2 medications ASAP. My Dr. had me take Prilosec and I switched it to Zantac due to proton pump inhibitor concerns. Thanks for your educational video. I'm 5 days into Keto so hope for decreased GI symptoms soon. So far, Keto hasn't helped indigestion.
dana102083 (1 month ago)
Give it time! Aim for the best quality foods. Look into fasting. Do not forget about your electrolytes!
Laura Gilbert (8 months ago)
My husband and I both take Benadryl every night for allergies. If I do not take it before bed, I wake up with nose bleeds and if he does not take it, his nose stops up and he is unable to breathe even with his BiPAP machine. Is there an alternative that would help with this without increasing the risk of dementia? Preferably not a nose spray. My husband already takes Flonase as well, but it and most other nose sprays make my nose bleed even more severely than if I was not taking anything at all.
Karen Yancey (9 months ago)
I’ve been taking Alprazolam for years for insomnia and anxiety since entering peri-menopause. I started around 50 and I’m 57 now. I’m post-menopausal now but still deal with insomnia and anxiety and low-grade depression. My MIL has dementia. My parents have both passed and neither one had dementia. However, dementia is robbing us of my MIL. It’s so very sad. So obviously your video has created concern. I already have trouble remembering and coming up with the right word I’m searching for in my brain. I’ve attributed those realities to aging and a very busy lifestyle. Thoughts?
beryl bishop (9 months ago)
where's the list
Coffeewhore (9 months ago)
Holy heck! Thank you for this. I am on several of these and have been for years. I have psoriatic arthritis...the full deal with psoriasis, hidradenitis suppurativa, crohn's and ankylosing spondylitis, and psoriasis. It is a difficult combination to deal with as a patient and I am know it challenges my doctor's as well. My memory and concentration have been getting worse and although I keep complaining to my GP about it she doesn't seem to understand how serious the issue is to me. My best friend and I have gotten to where we joke about it to destress the issue a bit. She buys me goldfish stuff as a way to poke fun at it. This suits my sense of humor so I love to be mistreated..haha. I do have the memory and attention span of a goldfish. I will ask my GP about the meds off this list that I am taking. I will miss the tizanidine as it is the only thing that helps my crippling muscle pain.
Silver Ascension (9 months ago)
I take three of these medications Baclofen Multiple Sclerosis Spasticity Oxybutynin Multiple Sclerosis bladder incontinence and Nortriptyline Multiple Sclerosis depression,and anxiety, I have Multiple Sclerosis, TYPE 2 Diabetes,and vascular lymphedema.
dana102083 (1 month ago)
Are you doing keto?
Lelen Gigi (10 months ago)
What can we take for allergies? Both of the ones I take are on here. Yikes!
RT S (10 months ago)
As a colorectal cancer survivor, one of the parting gifts of the treatments that saved my life, was some loss of bowel control. When the urge came, I needed to find a bathroom quickly. I was told I would never regain control, because the muscles had been damaged by the radiation treatments.There were several close calls, so my physician put me on a lifetime regiment of Loperamide (Imodium). I was told it was safe, but I still had concerns about taking any drug forever. I slowly weened myself off of it, and after watching your video, I'm really glad I did. Over time and with the addition of Intermittent Fasting, I now have completely normal and predictable bathroom habits.
dana102083 (1 month ago)
I'm on narcotics and my doctors are always surprised that keto is keeping it normal! :)
Ramona Higginson (10 months ago)
Help! I’ve been on 10mg Loratadine for over 40 years for allergies and controlling allergies. Will Keto change reactions to polling, moles, allergies?
Ramona Higginson (10 months ago)
How can I know when I’ve reached or fallen out of healthy Ketosis?
bikerleathertv (10 months ago)
I take diphenhydramine nightly for sleeping. Is there another medication that can be substituted for this?
shinyshinythings (4 months ago)
bikerleathertv Have you tried melatonin?
Dean Riley (10 months ago)
I've taken way too much of Aleve and Benadryl for back pain and allergies. I've cut way back. I'm going to share with family members!
Brad Wade (10 months ago)
I’ve been taking Chlorpheniramine for 5+ years, daily during allergy seasons.
Prayon Kreutz (10 months ago)
My husband was on Venlafaxine for over 10 yrs. I got him to the ER when he started passing out. His HH was 4.2!!!!! He ended up in ICU. He was bleeding internally. You are correct about Doc's not paying attention to Rx's.
tnwanda1963 (10 months ago)
So, if someone has been taking Hydroxyzine for 23 years, and is experiencing significant forgetfulness and foggy thinking, would stopping this drug prompt some reversal of symptoms, or is it already too late?
Pamela Smith (10 months ago)
Please put these in pdf form and repost on Facebook
Diana W (10 months ago)
You are a doctor making 5 times the money than most people on here, so why in the world would you ask us to throw a buck or two your way????? Can you throw a buck or two my way?????
ryan Jones (10 months ago)
Is there a way to reverse the effects if you have taken one of these long term?
Molly B (10 months ago)
Thank you for sharing. Passing along to my parents❤
SEK4110 Susan (10 months ago)
Love your videos, thank you. Hate those glasses that you wear. Reminds me of the glasses that serial killers wear in the movies.
shinyshinythings (4 months ago)
I like them! They’re nerdy, in a good way. Then again I don’t watch serial killer movies so I don’t have that feeling about them!
KenDBerryMD (10 months ago)
lol, sorry about the spectacles, thank you so much for watching!
Maria Daquila (10 months ago)
Very thankful for this video. My Mom took so many of these for years. Now in old age she can't function properly. No matter how many times I told her to stop, she would never listen. I had to really force the Doctors to look at what she was taking in the hospital. Now she holds it against me. I can tell you that these drugs used over long term also destroy relationships in families as well!
Tara Thompson (10 months ago)
i see tegretol is on there....i have been on tegretol for 30 years for my seizures.....it's not a med i can stop....how much of a risk am i at after so long?
heath wells (10 months ago)
Hay Dr Berry, I just started Keto 2 weeks and I am 49yr 6ft 230lbs. I use the Mio liquids in my water, Mio Vitamins orange tangerine B3-B6-B12 and Mio Sport electrolytes + vitamin B. It says no carbs and no Sugar, is that ok when fasting. I fast for 24hr on Thursdays
Loverna Boner (10 months ago)
Wow! Very interesting.
Cheryl Rinn (10 months ago)
Thank you so much! This is amazing and we definitely will make some changes! I can't believe it!
georgia adams (10 months ago)
I am on Imodium for diarrhea. I take it prn 2-3 times a week. Should I talk to my Dr. about changing this medication ?
dana102083 (1 month ago)
Have you tried changing your diet?
Paula Harris (10 months ago)
Thanks doc, yes I found one that I have been taking for a long time zanaflex.
Antya Markin (10 months ago)
Very sensible advice.
Adam (10 months ago)
Any suggestions to treat pruritis? I've been a long time ceterizine user and every time I try to cease use its unbearable. Anyone looking at zyrtec for allergies, just a heads up trying to stop taking them can be agonizing.
dana102083 (1 month ago)
Are you eating a clean ketogenic diet?
Joanne Papas (10 months ago)
Even Benedryl!!!! Holy Cow! Thank you for spreading this word! So many people just blindly take medications without knowing or being given the full list of risks! Even Wikepedia lists "dementia" as a possible side effect of anticholinergic drugs! WOW!
EvaHunter55 (10 months ago)
I have been taking half of a 25 mg benadryl to help me go to sleep. No more. Thanks Dr. Berry.
kermit4161 (10 months ago)
Wow...so that woke me up. I have been taking Tramadol for 20 years (for chronic back pain). I have asked several times to go to something else, but nothing seems to work as well (without “worse” side affects like higher addiction risk) according to my pain mgmt team. I will start to insist on getting off of it and transition to anything else. My mother died from early-onset Alzheimers. I do not need an addition risk factor (may be too late anyway) for getting it.
Faye Booth (10 months ago)
Wow, good to know this. Two back operations so you know I take at least one of these.  Thank you so much Dr. Berry.
Janet Newbill (10 months ago)
Thanks Dr. Berry I know someone who takes tramadol
Matt Weik (10 months ago)
A family member was on an anti-depressant and they changed her to Paxil. In your opinion is Lexapro better? They believe she might already have dementia.
Patterson CURSE (10 months ago)
I was prescribed xanax 8 years ago for six months. I swear my short term memory has been permanently impaired.
R (10 months ago)
Thank you Dr Berry for your hardwork and commitment to our good health. I take: Zopiclone:---- (From google "Zopiclone. Zopiclone (brand names Zimovane and Imovane) is a nonbenzodiazepine hypnotic agent used in the treatment of insomnia. Zopiclone is molecularly distinct from benzodiazepine drugs and is classed as a cyclopyrrolone.") Venlafaxine: ---(Venlafaxine is a selective serotonin and norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor (SNRI) used for treating depression. Other drugs in this class include milnacipran (Savella), duloxetine (Cymbalta), and desvenlafaxine (Pristiq).) Also Metformin and Ramipril. I was wondering if these have any effect as far as Dementia is concerned. Thanks again.
s (10 months ago)
I'm 6'11 390 pounds. I lift 5 times a week.. I'm trying to find the right amount of calories and macros in order to get to 300 pounds.. Thoughts?
David Penrod (10 months ago)
Boy am I glad I watched this video, I have been taking UNISOM for about 6 months for sleep deprivation. WOW! I didn't know that is could cause these effects. That stuffs going in the trash today. The reason I opted for Unicom (OTC) is that it said non-habit forming. I was on Ambien for years because of shift work it was extremely hard to get off that stuff. Thanks a lot. Also on another note I watched your video on Thyroid. I have been diagnosed with HYPO-thyroid and was on synthroid for about 18 months, with little to no effect. When I watched your video, Your wife said she took Amour and it was a natural thyroid made of pig thyroid. I had my doctor switch me about a month ago. My levels have come down and I feel much better. Thank you
nancycap (10 months ago)
Thanks. I am stopping my lorafidine OTC which I have been taking for years. I will bear with the sneezing and nasal congestion. Need to go buy a neti pot.
Keto Lady UK (10 months ago)
I take liquid 50mg /5ml Amitriptyline (can’t have tablets due to Anaphylaxis.... artificial colours) x
Susan (6 months ago)
+Keto Lady UK fibro is connected to hypothyroidism..I have both..
Cryptonomy Royale 2.5 (8 months ago)
Keto Lady UK Oh my bad you just said lol, same I suffer Neurological problems, I take Lyrica 700mg shame we have to like the NWO machine is after everyone
Cryptonomy Royale 2.5 (8 months ago)
Keto Lady UK Wait what do you take these medications for, do you get pains, migraines or something else they prescribed them you? these meds are dangerous
Keto Lady UK (10 months ago)
Patterson CURSE Yes ... mine is for neurological issues, spinal problems and Fibromyalgia.... was in different Codeine meds for years .... been on this Amitriptyline now for 2 years.... 😢
Patterson CURSE (10 months ago)
Keto Lady UK I've been prescribed that (again)for nerve issues including chronic bad headaches for a month, sinus and scalp tingling. I also have multiple spine bone spurs, bulging discs and osteoarthritis in various parts of my spine . Had a head and spine mri . Brain had some small foci hyperintensty flairs that were non specific. (Terrified it could be ms but dr says not) Mri confirmed what the ct did re my spine.. Anyway... I am totally overhauling my diet and life to combat the issues I have. My diet has bern abysmal snd noneonder I am having issues . I do not want to go back on those types of meds again. Im am very wary of them.
Brittany Moose (10 months ago)
I have a question! Will Propel break a fast?
Nicurru (10 months ago)
3 people work for big pharma here.
Cryptonomy Royale 2.5 (8 months ago)
Nicurru The doctors are the biggest drug dealers going lol, they take payment via prescription and the Pharma Harma are their pimps xD
charline921 (10 months ago)
Thank you for this list. I have been taking Benadryl for quite a while (years) to help me sleep. The one I have been using is Sleep Aid from Costco. It works wonderfully but no more for me. My husband never takes anything except his antidepressant and meds for a heart rhythm issue. He is having serious problems with memory. We are both 77 years old.
Marylynn Caldwell (10 months ago)
I've been on the keto diet for about 6 weeks. Lost 15 lb and have 9 more to go to a good goal weight. I think keto has cured my fibromyalgia. At least the symptoms are gone. Now I'm going to taper off the Doxepin I've been taking for 15 years so I think that will be the key to whether or not fibro is really gone.
Mike Cushing (10 months ago)
Another great video. I take none of these, but my Dr has me weaning off Clonazepan. I'm 64, and have been taking a small dose at bedtime for almost 15 years. Is this also a medication that will cause Dementia? Thanks !
Mike Cushing (9 months ago)
Thanks, guys !
peace_love_gumbo (10 months ago)
It is a type of medication that should not be stopped "cold turkey" - there are possible harmful side effects to doing that. Best to decrease dosage under your provider's guidance.
Debra Deane (10 months ago)
Mike Cushing yes it is. It is a benzodiazepine, all of which are linked to dementia. I highly recommend a good fish oil, Vit k2, and Alpha GPC pharmaceutical grade choline. All can be found on Amazon.
CaringHeart (10 months ago)
Thank you forgiving this list out it will be so very helpful for the people that I know they're on medications. And I can't believe anybody would do a thumbs down here well obviously maybe they're already demented
Judy Rowland (10 months ago)
Empowered.
Judy Rowland (10 months ago)
Just finished your book. WOW! Even at 70 years old I learned so much. Cannot wait for your next one. I do not have a thyroid gland and have suffered at the hands of well meaning military doctors for years. After reading your book I feel more I powered
z2010able (10 months ago)
Omg I just found this vid. I saw my doc last week and she reluctantly gave me a small script for alprazolam. She advised that this drug can cause dementia, esp in older people. I said to myself, ok, she's just saying that to cover her butt.....but I need it sometimes (death of child will do that). Your video just added to the truth, which I honestly hate... Thank you so much. I want to post this to my FB, but I don't want my comment to show, so I'll delete my comment and post your video later this week. I have so much more admiration for you after this information.
z2010able (10 months ago)
If you could post any safe alternatives for anxiety, sleeplessness that would be great.
Marilyn H. Irick (10 months ago)
The question should be what mineral deletes dementia? Horse tail, or silica. Drink Fiji water.
Freedom Fannie (10 months ago)
Thank you, Dr. Berry! Have shared on Facebook, Twitter and via email. Great Information!
Richard Lee (10 months ago)
Yikes! Every Spring, I've been taking OTC chlorpheniramine maleate 4 mg to fight off the tree pollen etc.. Sometimes, I take two a day.. Since I'm 72 and becoming very forgetful, maybe I should forget about taking chlorpheniramine maleate 4 mg pills for a while.?.
Judy Button (10 months ago)
Have been on Detrol (at first) & now Tolterodine (about 1 yr) for 12 yrs :o
Manuel V. (10 months ago)
Could you talk about lactin? I heard it's also in stevia.
S Leland (10 months ago)
I read that benzodiazepines also increase your risk. I used to take Klonopin PRN and have stopped since reading that.
Theresa Nowlin (10 months ago)
I’m on like half of the medication.. I mean really Zyrtec and Benadryl!!!some I can see but some just doesn’t make any sense..
Barbara Coyle (10 months ago)
Oh thank you so much much for making this video and the list. I had no 💡 about these medications.
Mark Meyers (10 months ago)
I don’t see the list of drugs
cinnamon girl (6 months ago)
Show more...
bethanybeane (9 months ago)
Me neither. Where does it appear or what do I click on?
Mary Shimshea (10 months ago)
Mark Meyers nor do I see a list!
Jennifer Coleman (10 months ago)
Yay!! Your book, Lies My Doctor Told Me, arrived on Friday! I couldn’t put it down... it is refreshing to read a book written by a doctor who really cares if the average person walks away understanding what he has to say. I feel like I have more usable information about my own conditions and how I can help myself and others. ❤️👍🏾👍🏾
ForgiveAndLove09 (10 months ago)
Thank you !

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