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Treatment for Alzheimer’s Disease at Welling Homeopathy Clinics can help you stop the further progression of memory loss, improve memory & quality of life. The treatment with custom-made Homeopathy medicines for Alzheimer’s Disease can go a long way in managing and preserving better memory in old age.

Call +91 8080 850 950 to book an appointment or to consult and order online. Consult our specialists at Welling Clinics today for a detailed evaluation and to start your customised Homeopathy treatment for Alzheimer’s disease

treatment of Alzheimer's Disease

What is Alzheimer’s Disease?

Alzheimer’s Disease is the most common form of dementia in seniors, accounting for 60-80% of all cases. If you want to know what Alzheimer’s Disease is, then consider that it develops when nerve cells in your brain die. One reason that can cause these nerve cells to die is because they are not receiving enough oxygen. The National Institute on Aging tells us that “as many as 50 different genes may be involved in Alzheimers disease.” These genes are responsible for the production of a protein called amyloid-beta.

Alzheimer’s Disease is a type of dementia that can cause memory loss and cognitive problems. The disease affects 5 million people worldwide, with one in three seniors dying from Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia.

Alzheimer’s Disease is a progressive disease, with symptoms including memory loss and cognitive problems. People who suffer from the disease often lose the ability to remember certain things, such as where they live or their phone number. They might also have trouble forming new memories and may get confused about what day or time

What Alzheimer’s Disease Affects and How it Affects People

Alzheimer’s Disease affects more than 5 million people worldwide, with one in three seniors dying from Alzheimer’s Disease or another dementia. It is by far the leading cause of dementia among older adults . Alzheimer’s Disease is more common as people get older, and the risk of developing it doubles every 5 years after the age of 65.

The disease usually begins with mild memory loss, but can quickly become severe if not treated. Early on, short-term memory will be affected first and this includes forgetting recently learned information and/or recent events.

As the disease progresses, people may experience confusion and problems with their speech. They may have a hard time finding the right word or be unable to speak at all. In its later stages, a person with Alzheimer’s Disease may have trouble walking, get angry for unknown reasons, lose track of where they are going or what they are doing there . You can find out more about how Alzheimer’s Disease affects people here.

Symptoms of Alzheimer’s Disease

The symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease include memory loss and cognitive impairment. The disease usually starts with short-term memory loss, which includes forgetting recently learned information and recent events. As the disease progresses, a person with Alzheimer’s may have trouble walking, get angry for unknown reasons, lose track of where they are going or what they’re doing there.

Early on, short-term memory will be affected first and this includes forgetting recently learned information and/or recent events.

As the disease progresses, people may experience confusion and problems with their speech. They may have a hard time finding the right word or be unable to speak at all. In its later stages, a person with Alzheimer’s Disease may have trouble walking, get angry for unknown reasons, lose track of where they are going or what they are doing there.

Alzheimer’s Disease can be noticed by symptoms such as forgetfulness, personality changes, mood swings, and behavioural problems. There are three important types of memory associated with Alzheimer’s Disease: short term, long term, and working. Short-term memory is used for mental tasks that will only last for a few minutes. Long-term memory is used to remember events, ideas, and experiences. Working memory is similar to short term memory in the fact that it also lasts for a few minutes, but it also helps link past experiences to new ones.

Diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease

The diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease can be determined by an MRI scan. A person with the disease will have brain atrophy. The hippocampus, which is located in the medial temporal lobe, is one of the regions that will show shrinkage. There are also two types of dementia associated with Alzheimer’s Disease: vascular dementia and dementia with Lewy bodies. The former example is caused by damaged blood vessels leading to low blood flow to the brain; the latter occurs when clumps of protein “Lewy bodies” accumulate in nerve cells, thus killing the nerve cells.

Prevention of Alzheimer’s Disease

Physical exercise has been shown to decrease the risk of Alzheimer’s Disease. It may also help people with Alzheimer’s Disease live longer and is beneficial to the quality of life. There are many benefits to regular physical exercise, including preventing heart disease, diabetes, obesity, arthritis, stroke, some cancers, depression, and now Alzheimer’s Disease.

The most important thing for anyone looking to prevent Alzheimer’s Disease is to keep the brain active! Challenging your mind by doing puzzles or making sure you’re using logic in your everyday tasks – just anything that will push you cognitively – can help prevent early onset of Alzheimer’s Disease. This will not only protect your brain but also help with memory problems which are one of the symptoms of Alzheimer’s Disease.

Treatment for Alzheimer’s Disease

There are currently five FDA approved drugs that can be used for treating Alzheimer’s Disease. Memantine is the one that many doctors prescribe first because it is the only drug that’s proven to decrease the rate of cognitive decline in some people with moderate Alzheimer’s Disease. Memantine is an N-methyl- d -aspartic acid (NMDA) receptor antagonist. Basically what this means is that the drug works on a chemical in your brain called glutamate and blocks it from binding to NMDA receptors. This decrease in glutamate allows the acetylcholine to function more normally and potentially improve cognition for some people with Alzheimer’s Disease

Donepezil is another drug prescribed by doctors to treat Alzheimer’s Disease. It works by inhibiting the enzyme which breaks down acetylcholine, also potentially increasing cognition in some people with the disease. For many people though, donepezil can cause nausea or vomiting and may be an issue for those suffering from gastro esophageal reflux disease, ulcers, or diverticulitis.

In general, donepezil is an acetylcholinesterase inhibitor that increases the amount of acetylcholine in the brain by inhibiting its destruction. Doctors can also prescribe rivastigmine and galantamine to treat Alzheimer’s Disease . Both of these drugs are cholinesterase inhibitors, which means they work by preventing the breakdown of acetylcholine

Although these treatments do not cure Alzheimer’s Disease, there are currently no effective cures for this disease. For some people though, donepezil can slow down symptoms and keep them functional.

Homeopathy Treatment for Alzheimer’s Disease

The homeopathy system offers reasonably positive treatment if not cure for Alzheimer’s disease. Homeopaths study each case of the condition as a separate entity and do an in-depth evaluation of both the patient and their symptoms, diagnosis, probable genetic background, mind/emotions to try understand them better.

At Welling Homeopathy we have experienced with stopping the progress of Alzheimer’s disease, improving cognitive and memory response and offering in general a better life quality.

Call +91 8080 850 950 to book an appointment or to consult and order online. Consult our specialists today for a detailed evaluation and to start your customised Homeopathy treatment for Alzheimer’s disease.

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