Boost Memory and Prevent Alzheimers

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Posted by Dr Janine Bowring

December 17, 2020

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Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive disease that causes dementia, loss of memory and loss of thinking skills. As the disease progresses, changes in the brain can include a decrease of neurotransmitters, loss of neurons in the brain and deposits that block the transfer of signals between the brain cells. The disease was first described and then named after Alois Alzheimer, a german psychiatrist and neuropathologist in 1906.

Boost Memory and Prevent Alzheimer’s

What is Alzheimer’s disease? Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive disease that causes dementia, loss of memory and loss of thinking skills. As the disease progresses, changes in the brain can include a decrease of neurotransmitters, loss of neurons in the brain and deposits that block the transfer of signals between the brain cells. The disease was first described and then named after Alois Alzheimer, a german psychiatrist and neuropathologist in 1906. What are the symptoms of Alzheimer’s Disease? ” Symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease can include the following: Loss of memory, difficulty thinking (ie how to count money) ,repetition of questions, confusion, moodiness, poor judgement. As the disease progresses, even more severe symptoms can manifest such as: loss of coordination, depression, inability to communicate, seizures, extreme fatigue, loss of appetite and wasting.Natural Treatments for Alzheimer’s Disease: There are a number of things one can do to prevent the onset of Alzheimer’s, but also to slow its progression. Ensure you see the sun every morning on waking. Ground yourself in the morning while looking at the sun to ensure you are taking in the earth’s electrons. Keep the mind alert and active by engaging in mental activities such as simple mathematical calculations (don’t use the calculator!), crossword puzzles, reading, writing notes and letters. Eat a diet rich in anti-oxidant rich fruits and vegetables to combat free radical damage in the brain. Supplement with the important omega 3 supplement, DHA, found in fish oil supplements. Studies have found that DHA helps slow the progression of Alzheimer’s disease. Detox regularly! Detoxification of environmental toxins and especially heavy metals which can enter the brain and cause Alzheimer’s disease is imperative. Regular detox protocols that include heavy metal detox should be done at least 4 times per year, at the change of each season. Exercise- healthy amounts of exercise everyday helps to detoxify the body and relieve stress. Exercise is also a healthy way to rid the body of stored toxins via the perspiration. Exercise also increases blood flow and can help ward off Alzheimer’s. Drink plenty of mineral rich, fluoride free water to make sure your brain is hydrated and your chemical signals can function optimally.

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