Whenever we talk about memory, people think about dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
Here are some facts from the relevant research:
Science has shown that dementia, or even Alzheimer’s disease, does not always mean that memory loss is imminent.
The research indicates that in some cases, these conditions can be improved.
Experts agree that memory problems are not always related to dementia or to Alzheimer’s disease. “Senior moments,” or foggy memories, can occur without the development of full memory disorders. Alzheimer’s disease could be preventable, but so far we don’t have a magic pill to cure the disease.
If a person has memory problems, the first thing to do is to let highly trained professionals make the right diagnosis.
If the diagnosis is positive, a crucial question is, “Why did you get this?”
Is it because of inflammation, exposure to toxic materials, hormonal or vitamin dis-balance, a leaky gut problem, too much sugar, a herpes infection, the presence of mold, or the product of a tick-borne illness?
When you have answers to these questions, there is a chance that the disease can be cured.
What do the events noted above have in common? They attack the brain, and as a result, memory problems occur.
According to one of the most respected experts in the field, Dr. Dale Bredesen (https://www.drbredesen.com/thebredesenprotocol), there are reasons why one effective treatment for Alzheimer’s disease isn’t possible.
- There isn’t just one type of Alzheimer’s disease: there are three, each with its own separate syndrome.
- Each of these types requires a different kind of therapy.
- We cannot make one pill to treat all the different types of Alzheimer’s disease.
- Researchers have been on wrong pathways! The amyloid plaque found in patients with Alzheimer’s is not the cause of the disease but rather the result of it.
- The amyloid plaque is actually a protective response to Alzheimer’s!
Usually Alzheimer’s disease starts in the part of the brain called the hippocampus, which is responsible for memories, learning, and mood. Therefore, Alzheimer patients have unpredictable moods, are unable to learn new skills, and cannot make new memories. They can remember something from 50 years ago but cannot remember events that occurred yesterday.
Genetics plays a big role. People with family members suffering from Alzheimer’s disease have a higher risk of getting the disease. : Consider the circumstances noted earlier. Is it possible that any of them apply to you, personally? If so, it’s something you should discuss with your doctor.
How do you prevent Alzheimer’s disease?
Pay attention to the food you eat and to the level of vitamins and minerals in your body. Keep your stress level low. Exercise regularly, and never stop seeking new knowledge
So now you have the answer to the title question: According to the experts, Alzheimer’s disease is preventable.
Jahiel Yasha Kamhi is a motivational and popular science freelance writer holding a degree, specialist in medical biochemistry, and a bachelor’s degree in chemistry. He is passionate about writing articles that helping people live more empowered life, with knowledge, passion and purpose. Jahiel is contributing writer to many magazines. He also delivers presentations that inspire others to find more meaning and balance in their lives. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. This article cannot be re-published without permission.