Is Alzheimer’s Reversible?

Nearly all sources of medical and health information agree on the basics of Alzheimer’s:

  1. The ability of a person with Alzheimer’s to remember events, places and people is impaired.
  2. Alzheimer’s impairs cognitive functions: the ability to reason, make judgments and choices, and to communicate effectively.
  3. Alzheimer’s is a progressive form of dementia,

How to Get the Sleep You Need

Almost all doctors and other providers of medical services agree that getting enough sleep is very important to maintaining brain and body health. And, more specifically, sleep is highly important in avoiding and treating dementia, including Alzheimer’s. See our articles, “Is Alzheimer’s Reversible?” and “Combatting Alzheimer’s with Non-Prescription Supplements” for more on Alzheimer’s Disease.
Lack of sufficient sleep or disturbed sleep causes an adverse impact on a person’s brain and body.

Avoiding and Combatting Alzheimer’s with Non-prescription Supplements

In our first article on the subject, Is Alzheimer’s Reversible?, we reported on Dr. Bredesen’s non-prescription drug protocols. Here are the recommendations for supplements based upon the results of the studies his group conducted. In addition, we are including recommendations of the non-profit Alzheimer’s Organization for supplements to maintain brain health, minimize the damage caused by Alzheimer’s ,