How to reverse dementia naturally
The End of Alzheimers: The First Program to Prevent and Reverse Cognitive Decline by Dale BredesenIn this paradigm shifting book, Dale Bredesen, MD, offers real hope to anyone looking to prevent and even reverse Alzheimers Disease and cognitive decline. Revealing that AD is not one condition, as it is currently treated, but three, The End of Alzheimers outlines 36 metabolic factors (micronutrients, hormone levels, sleep) that can trigger downsizing in the brain. The protocol shows us how to rebalance these factors using lifestyle modifications like taking B12, eliminating gluten, or improving oral hygiene.
The results are impressive. Of the first ten patients on the protocol, nine displayed significant improvement with 3-6 months; since then the protocol has yielded similar results with hundreds more. Now, The End of Alzheimers brings new hope to a broad audience of patients, caregivers, physicians, and treatment centers with a fascinating look inside the science and a complete step-by-step plan that fundamentally changes how we treat and even think about AD.
Preventing Alzheimer’s Disease
It can be difficult to diagnose but some common symptoms are; progressive and frequent memory loss, confusion, personality changes, apathy and withdrawal and the inability to perform everyday tasks. Their statistics state that currently in Australia , more than , people are living with dementia, it is on the increase and it is the second leading cause of death. When any illness is on the increase, it is wise, I think, to look at our current lifestyle habits that may be contributing. According to Dr. John Bergman, Chiropractor, Teacher and faculty member at the LA School of Chiropractic, the main contributing factors to dementia are:.
Dementia is a general term used to describe a decline in mental function that is severe enough to interfere with daily living. Dementia is not a specific disease. It is a group of symptoms that can affect thinking, memory, reasoning, personality, mood and behavior. Dementia develops when the parts of the brain that are involved with learning, memory, decision-making, and language are affected by any of various infections or diseases. The most common cause of dementia is Alzheimer's disease. The condition of dementia is not a normal part of aging.