Dear Dementia,

I am writing this letter to ask you to leave my grandmother alone!

The doctor has warned us of your presence, and I sensed it when she first started to forget the recipes for my favourite dish. I knew it wasn’t her fault. I couldn’t do anything about it at that time because I went overseas to further my studies.

But when I was gone you seem to have visited her more and more.

And one day, it happened.

She was looking for something around the house but she couldn’t remember where she left it. At first she was just confused, but the longer it took to find it, the more upset she became until tears rolled down her cheeks. It pained all of us to see her in this state.

I couldn’t bear to see this strong-willed woman who single-handedly raised five children getting so emotional and weak against something she can’t see or understand. She was fighting a losing battle with you.

That’s when I decided you have overstayed your welcome!

I read an article about how a drink called hydrogen rich water can help protect the brain from neurodegenerative disease such as you.

I bought IDROGEN and made sure she had enough to drink everyday to prevent all the bad influence from the likes of you.

It will be a long battle but now my grandmother won’t have to fight you alone.
Yours truly,