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Articles That Discuss dementia

Dementia, Alzheimer’s Therapy-

All outcome measures revealed improvement: statistically significant improvement in MoCA scores, CNS Vital Signs Neurocognitive Index, and Alzheimer’s Questionnaire Change score were documented. No serious

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Alzheimer’s Disease – Non-Toxic Therapies

“Alzheimer’s disease constitutes a growing cause of cognitive impairment in aging population. Given that current treatments do not produce the desired therapeutic effects, the need for finding

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Brain Health, Plasticity, Neurogenesis Therapies

“Specific pathologies, aging or some inadequate life habits can deteriorate cognitive functionality…However, there are cognitive stimulation techniques that help us prevent this deterioration

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I Don’t Buy It-“Algorithm Accurately Predicts Cognitive Decline in Parkinson’s Disease”

Cognitive decline is one of the long-term outcomes of PD that has been largely unmanageable, and clinical trials are hampered by the highly varied rates of progression to cognitive clinical endpoints.

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Antioxidants Enhance Brain Health, Reduce Risk of Dementia

Antioxidants may help protect the brain from oxidative stress, which can cause cell damage… Potentially reducing the risk of dementia No, I don’t think we can take a pill (s) to completely

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Life Purpose = Brain Health, Dementia, Mild Cog. Impair. Therapy

“The results indicate that having purpose and meaning in life is significantly associated with a 19% reduced risk for dementia.” One of many long-term side effect sustained from my high-dose

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Folate/B12, Vitamin D3, Magnesium Deficiency = Dementia

I blog about both brain health and dementia. I believe that optimizing brain health is the best therapy to prevent Alzheimer’s Disease. I am stating this at the beginning of this post because the studies

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Dementia- Neuroinflammation Therapies

“There is no cure for AD. While much remains unknown about the disease, scientists increasingly suspect that neuroinflammation may play a role.” Chemobrain, Mild Cognitive Impairment, Dementia,

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Reduce Dementia Risk- Non-Toxic

“There is growing evidence of a link between regular participation in mental, cognitive, or intellectual activities and a reduced risk of cognitive decline…” “a polyphenol pattern

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C-B-D, Inflammation and Alzheimer’s

“The treated mice also lost fewer brain cells and their brains contained 20 percent less of the sticky plaques associated with Alzheimer’s…” Full transparency- the studies linked

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