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Alzheimer's Disease and Homeopathy

Homeopathic remedies will help those symptoms of Alzheimer's Disease to improve their health condition. 
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What is Alzheimer's Disease?
The Seven Stages of Alzheimer's
Homeopathic Remedies Used for Alzheimer's Disease
Nutrient Therapy for Alzheimer's Disease
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Unlocking the Truth about Alzheimer's, Cognitive Impairment & Dementia - effective, natural treatment Options

What is Alzheimer's Disease?
Alzheimer's is degenerative brain disease and an autoimmune disease.
  It is caused by the gradual deterioration of brain cells that result in the loss of memory, cognitive abilities and intelligence. The disease primarily affects the elderly. Symptoms are often seen as early as the late middle age. Alzheimer's disease is one of the primary cause of dementia, a decline in brain performance, thinking skills and reasoning. There is a suspected link to heavy metal toxicity in Alzheimer's as well as under methylation.

The Seven Stages of Alzheimer's
It can be difficult to place a person with Alzheimer's in a specific stage as stages may overlap.

  • Stage 1: No impairment
    The person does not experience any memory problems.

    • An interview with a medical professional does not show any evidence of symptoms of dementia.

  • Stage 2: Very mild decline
    The person may feel as if he or she is having memory lapses forgetting familiar words or the location of everyday objects.

    • But no symptoms of dementia can be detected during a medical examination or by friends, family or co-workers.

  • Stage 3: Mild decline
    Friends, family or co-workers begin to notice difficulties. During a detailed medical interview, doctors may be able to detect problems in memory or concentration. Stage 3 difficulties include:

    • Noticeable problems coming up with the right word or name

    • Trouble remembering names when introduced to new people
    • Having noticeably greater difficulty performing tasks in social or work settings Forgetting material that one has just read
    • Losing or misplacing a valuable object
    • Increasing trouble with planning or organizing
  • Stage 4: Moderate decline
    At this point, a careful medical interview should be able to detect clear-cut symptoms in several areas:

    • Forgetfulness of recent events
    • Impaired ability to perform challenging mental arithmetic for example, counting backward from 100 by 7s
    • Greater difficulty performing complex tasks, such as planning dinner for guests, paying bills or managing finances
    • Forgetfulness about one's own personal history
    • Becoming moody or withdrawn, especially in socially or mentally challenging situations
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  • Stage 5: Moderately severe decline
    Gaps in memory and thinking are noticeable, and individuals begin to need help with day-to-day activities. At this stage, those with Alzheimer's may:

    • Be unable to recall their own address or telephone number or the high school or college from which they graduated
    • Become confused about where they are or what day it is
    • Have trouble with less challenging mental arithmetic; such as counting backward from 40 by subtracting 4s or from 20 by 2s
    • Need help choosing proper clothing for the season or the occasion
    • Still remember significant details about themselves and their family
    • Still require no assistance with eating or using the toilet
  • Stage 6: Severe decline - moderately severe or mid-stage Alzheimer's disease
    Memory continues to worsen, personality changes may take place and individuals need extensive help with daily activities. At this stage, individuals may:

    • Lose awareness of recent experiences as well as of their surroundings
    • Remember their own name but have difficulty with their personal history
    • Distinguish familiar and unfamiliar faces but have trouble remembering the name of a spouse or caregiver
    • Need help dressing properly and may, without supervision, make mistakes such as putting pajamas over daytime clothes or shoes on the wrong feet
    • Experience major changes in sleep patterns sleeping during the day and becoming restless at night
    • Need help handling details of toileting (for example, flushing the toilet, wiping or disposing of tissue properly)
    • Have increasingly frequent trouble controlling their bladder or bowels
    • Experience major personality and behavioral changes, including suspiciousness and delusions (such as believing that their caregiver is an impostor)or compulsive, repetitive behavior like hand-wringing or tissue shredding
    • Tend to wander or become lost
  • Stage 7: Very severe decline
    In the final stage of this disease, individuals lose the ability to respond to their environment, to carry on a conversation and, eventually, to control movement.

    • They may still say words or phrases.

    • At this stage, individuals need help with much of their daily personal care, including eating or using the toilet. T

    • hey may also lose the ability to smile, to sit without support and to hold their heads up.

    • Reflexes become abnormal.

    • Muscles grow rigid.

    • Swallowing impaired.

Homeopathic Remedies Used for Alzheimer's Disease

  • Alumina
    For who are depressed and afraid of losing their minds. They become confused with their identities and experience rapidly changing moods. Chilly, constipated and very hurried in their actions and movements.

  • Baryta Carbonica
    This remedy helps those who have regressed back to childlike behavior. Fearful, timid and shy and lack confidence. Loss of memory and some patients may suffer from chronic glandular disorders.

  • Helleborus niger
    Nervous system disorders. Loss of memory. Lost concentration and inability to focus. Brain inflammation with swelling in the brain tissue (like in meningitis). Digestive disorders. Painful bowel movements are associated with this health condition. History of encephalitis or a head injury. Depression. Blank stares, involuntary sighs. Difficulty expressing thoughts.

  • Natrum Sulphuricum
    For those fixated with and dwelling on past hurts and unpleasant events. May feel sad and lonely. They can be childlike.  They may be filled with self-pity or be unable to express the love they feel for others. These people often have headaches and painful joints.

  • Nux Vomica
    These people often angry, quarrelsome and irritable, faultfinding and insensitive to other's feelings. Extremely sensitive to everything, becoming easily hurt and insulted.

Nutrient Therapies for Alzheimer's Disease

  • We recommend a full metabolic panel to test for key nutrient deficiencies in those with Alzheimer's Disease. Zinc is often well below the adequate levels

  • Lifestyle changes to reduce aluminum exposures

    • A well balanced diet, rich in fresh produce, grass-fed red meats, nutrients and organic when possible

    • Avoid all fluoride water, dental treatments fluoridated products

    • Avoid toothpaste with added aluminum (and fluoride)

    • Avoid baking powders with aluminum

    • Avoid bleached flour

    • Avoid infant formulas with aluminum

    • Eliminate all antacids - this is the most common cause of aluminum toxicity in the USA ("Tums" antacid has 5 grams of aluminum hydroxide.)

    • Eliminate use of drugs made with aluminum (including aspirin)

    • No deodorants with aluminum

    • Limit process foods - many have aluminum

    • Limit use of all canned beverages

    • No aluminum cookware or containers or utensils of any kind!

    • Use a quality water filter for all water consumption

  • Key nutrients for supporting those with Alzheimer's include:

"Unlocking the Truth about Alzheimer's, Cognitive Impairment & Dementia - effective, natural treatment Options
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