Important update:

Hello friends,

Several months were passed since we reviewed the Memory Protocol program. Unfortunately, it seems that more and more users who try this program report on no results at all and some also complained about the very slow customer support that they got.

Due to these two reasons, we decided to remove our recommendation about the program. You can still find our original review below (just in case you want to take a look at it), however we will recommend you to search for other options online… We wish you the best!

Rita and Alex

The Memory Protocol

What Exactly Is The Memory Protocol?


Created by Andrew O’Donnell, a psychology professor with a PhD, the Memory Protocol is an informative guide that contains dozens of scientifically proven techniques – which, when combined in a specific way, will encourage the growth of dendrites and can help prevent memory-related ailments, such as dementia and Alzheimer’s disease in just several weeks.

Andrew O’Donnell claims that the reason some people are at risk or develop neurological conditions affecting the memory is because their dendrites, which are threadlike filaments in nerve cells (neurons), stop growing. Worse, they become shorter, which in turn affects their ability to capture new information and turn them into long-term memory.

Andrew explains that based on the studies he came across, there’s a way to save dying dendrites. He says that scientists and doctors developed mind-strengthening techniques that are able to revive stunted dendrite branches, and by performing these mind-challenging exercises every day, the dendrites in affected individuals will grow once again.

In a nutshell, here are the things Andrew O’Donnell included in his Memory Protocol program:

  • The main guide that explains how the Memory Protocol specifically works to reverse memory-related conditions.
  • Another booklet that contains two dozens of dendrite-growing activities and techniques – from stimulus games to quizzes to body movements. These trainings are classified into different intensity stages and you’ll also be shown how you can mix them up in order to get the intended results.
  • A daily training program that’s designed to slowly increase the intensity and difficulty levels of the brain techniques and games.
  • Information on activities to do for the day, how long you should do them, and what time you should exactly try them.
  • A printer-friendly progress tracking chart where you can document observations and exercises you or your loved one used for the day.
  • Directions on how to exactly combine these dendrite-strengthening exercises to trigger your dendrites to grow longer and eliminate your risk for neurological conditions…

That’s just a glimpse of what is inside the Memory Protocol program. For more information about the Memory Protocol main guide and about the researches that Andrew O’Donnell based his program on, please visit the official site.

Now, let’s continue and discuss the various pros and cons of the program…

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The Pros And Cons Of The Memory Protocol


The Pros


Easy And Quick Brain Techniques

The brain trainings taught by Andrew O’Donnell in the Memory Protocol guide start from the simplest then progress to the most difficult, so you and your loved one won’t feel overwhelmed. What’s more, you only need 3 minutes max for them, and you also do not need to wonder what to do next because you can just refer to the day-by-day guide that’s included in the package.

You Won’t Get Bored

Why do people stop using a certain program? Answer: boredom. People, perhaps including you, easily get bored when they do the same stuff again and again. Andrew O’Donnell says that this is exactly why he made sure that people are challenged by increasing the intensity level of each exercise inside his Memory Protocol program. Plus, he gives many options to choose from…

No Side Effects Reported

The thing is current drugs used for Alzheimer’s disease and most dementias CAN’T reverse or stop their progression, and they only deal with the symptoms, like memory decline, for a short time. What’s worse, they have different severe side effects. For instance, Aricept can cause severe diarrhea, cramps, and vomiting.

A Cheaper Option

Let’s look at the cost you may face for a nursing home. In the United States, the cost of a semi-private room in a nursing home is $212/day ($77,380/year), while a private room costs $240/day ($87,600/year). If you prefer a home health aide, you may have to pay $20 per hour. [Source: Alzheimer’s Association]

Unfortunately, even if they prefer this option, most people simply can’t afford it.

60 Days Money-Back Policy

Andrew O’Donnell explains that if within two months you don’t see any improvement in your or your loved one’s condition, you can simply contact him using the email address found in the “members only” section and to ask for a full refund.

In simple words, this guarantee is your chance to give the Memory Protocol a try risk free…


The Cons


Effort And Determination Required

The exercises in the Memory Protocol are relatively simple. However, this doesn’t mean you’ll only do them at whim. The trick is to follow Andrew’s instructions to the letter and apply the exercises daily to get the intended results. If you can’t make this kind of commitment or invest at least 3 minutes a day, then this may not be for you.

Medical Supervision

While the Memory Protocol received positive feedbacks from its users, we still highly recommend that you visit your doctor once in a while. This is just to ensure you or a loved one is in the best health condition and to get a different perspective.

Only Digital Edition

The Memory Protocol is available only as an eBook. If you’re not used to or don’t like a digital copy, this may prove to be a disadvantage for you…

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The Bottom Line

Overall, we highly believe the Memory Protocol is worth checking out, and before you consider getting the expensive services of a home health aide or nursing home, you may want to give this natural system a try first.

This program won’t be too hard to apply or insert to your daily schedule, and you only need around 3 minutes a day to do the exercises. Honestly, if you can’t invest that amount of time despite the tools (e.g. daily training program and progress tracking chart) Andrew O’Donnell provided, you may want to keep your money and look for another solution.

We also must admit that so far we haven’t come across anyone claiming this is a scam or doesn’t work as promised. (If you have tried this already, we’d love to hear how it worked for you.) It seems that most users say that they felt noticeable improvements as early as 7 days and dramatic results within 3 to 4 weeks….

With that said, the Memory Protocol is not for everyone.

If you don’t have at least 3 minutes of free time a day, if you don’t like reading eBooks, if you don’t plan to stick to this program until you see noticeable results, or if you simply have the money to spend for a nursing home, then the Memory Protocol may not be for you.

On the other hand, if you don’t feel confident about putting your money on medications and a 24-hour care facility, and you are looking for a natural solution that will encourage the growth of dendrites which can help you prevent memory-related ailments and improve the memory centers in your brain, then the Memory Protocol may be the most important purchase you’ll ever make.

Moreover, if after following the program for several weeks you don’t feel any improvement in your or your loved one’s condition, you can always ask Andrew O’Donnell for a full refund within sixty days. In our opinion, this makes the Memory Protocol a risk-free choice…

Well, that’s everything we can say about the Memory Protocol by Andrew O’Donnell. We sincerely hope this was a big help for you, and we wish you or your loved one complete healing.

Stay positive!

Rita and Alex

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