Sometimes you simply canít remember things.† Maybe itís trouble recalling a recent event, finding where you placed an object, or putting a name to a face or place.† Occasional memory loss is a normal part of brain aging.† But when it becomes a frequent and noticeable problem, it could signal a much more serious condition, like Alzheimerís or another form of dementia.
Alzheimerís is the most common type of dementia in older people.† Dementia is any loss of mental ability that is severe enough to interfere with your everyday life.
This is a disorder in which nerve cells in the brain gradually die, and you generate fewer chemical signals that help you function.† The slow progressive destruction of nerve cells in the brain leads to Alzheimer’s disease.
While it is natural to lose a certain number of nerve cells as we get older, the loss occurs much more rapidly in people suffering from Alzheimerís disease. As a result, the victim’s brain cannot function normally.
What causes Alzheimerís?
According to authorities, there is no known cause or cure.† However, that doesnít mean you should accept such a view.† For example the NIH states:† “Scientists donít yet fully understand what causes Alzheimerís disease, but it is clear that it develops because of a complex series of events that take place in the brain over a long period of time. It is likely that the causes include genetic, environmental, and lifestyle factors. Because people differ in their genetic make-up and lifestyle, the importance of these factors for preventing or delaying Alzheimerís differs from person to person.”
A person who has Alzheimer’s has blocked synapses in the brain.† Synapses are the spaces between your brain’s nerve cells.† That means that there is extraneous “stuff” inside your brain that keeps it from functioning at full tilt.† Obviously that “stuff” is there for some reason that science has not yet discovered.† You need to do what you can to keep not only your brain but your entire body “clean” in order to have full physical and mental faculties.
According to the Mayo Clinic, “Although there’s no cure, treatments may improve the quality of life for people with Alzheimer’s disease.”
We think it’s†sad that the medical profession has no solution for the problem.††If that’s the case, it’s in your best interests to follow our recommendations in an attempt to prevent Alzheimer’s.
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