The End of Alzheimer's

Reply Thu 30 Nov, 2017 09:46 am
Alzheimer's disease is a medical condition, which slowly weakens a person's mental abilities, often over a period of years. It generally results in a total loss of a sense of oneself as well as the ability to perform even basic acts of day-to-day living.

The mainstream view of the medical establishment is that there is no way to stop or reverse the disease or its symptoms.

Dale E. Bredesen, M.D. is a well regarded physician and researcher studying the mechanisms of neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease.
He recently wrote the book, The End of Alzheimer's, in which he describes a number of protocols designed to improve cognition and reverse the cognitive loss of early Alzheimer's disease. This goes against the mainstream view of the medical establishment.

I recommend this book to anyone who cares about someone afflicted by this horrible condition. I also recommend it to people who do not have any symptoms of the condition but which to address the underlying cause of Alzheimer's before it manifests itself.
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Reply Thu 30 Nov, 2017 10:13 am
Two friends' spouses have just been diagnosed with either dementia or Alzheimer's. Very sad and a great stress on the spouse or caretaker.

Reply Thu 30 Nov, 2017 12:04 pm

Yes indeed.

My point is that Dr. Bredsen's writing and related medical practice offers a possible remedy or cure for your friends and their spouses.
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