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Alzheimer (Dementia)

Alzheimer: Causes, Prevention, and Natural Treatments

Complete Guide to Alzheimer (Dementia)

Natural Treatments for Alzheimer (Dementia)

Atkins Diet / Low Carbs
Keto Diet / No Carbs Di
Shilajit / Mumijo / Moo
Nitric oxide
Folic Acid / Folate / V
Cannabis / CBD
Milk Thistle / Silybum
Ginkgo biloba
Brahmi / Bacopa monnier
Slender Dwarf Morning G
Common Sage / Salvia
Rhodiola Rosea
Turmeric / Curcumin / H
Centella Asiatica / Got
Ashwagandha / Withania
Soy Isoflavones
Lion's mane
Olive Oil
Omega 3 (PUFAs)
Orthomolecular Medicine
Vitamin D
Coenzyme Q10 / Ubiquino
NAD / NMN / Nicotinamid
NAC (N-Acetyl Cysteine)
Intermittent Fasting
Collagen Diet
Water fasting
MIND diet
Keto Diet / No Carbs Di
Black Coffee
Blood Type Diet
Vitamin B12
Tribulus Terrestris / G
Beta carotene
Alpha Lipoic Acid (ALA)
Vitamin E
Vitamin C
Vitamin B Complex
PQQ (Pyrroloquinoline q
Vitamin B3 / Niacin
MCT oil (Medium Chain T
Gooseberry / Ribes / Cu

Alzheimer (Dementia) Dos and Don'ts

Include a variety of fruits, vegetables, beans, whole grain, fish, and olive oil in your diet. These foods are rich in important nutrients like antioxidants, vitamins, and

Regular physical activity including cardio and strength training can reduce the risks of developing Alzheimer’s. It can even slow the progression of the disease because

Reading and thinking will stimulate your memory and cognitive abilities, slowing down Alzheimer’s symptoms. Individuals who challenge their brain by learning new things

You must schedule specific times for meals because patients might forget if they have eaten.

Treatment for Alzheimer’s should start as soon as possible to delay the progression and reduce the symptoms of the disease. Early detection and treatment stop further

Alzheimer’s patients tend to forget things more often. It helps to keep the objects they use on a daily basis in the same place, so it’s easier for them to remember

To protect oneself against dementia, it’s important to stay socially active and avoid social isolation. You can take part in activities such as taking volunteering,

You must get at least 8 hours of sleep per night, to maintain a healthy brain. Poor sleep may aggravate Alzheimer’s symptoms.

Stress can increase the risk or progression of Alzheimer’s disease because it causes parts of the brain to shrink. To maintain the brain’s cellular growth, you

Lowering both your cholesterol levels and blood pressure is good for the brain because high cholesterol levels and high blood pressure increase the risk of developing

Studies show that chewing gum increases the level of arousal and alertness during a cognitive test and increases blood flow to the brain.

Research suggests that cocoa is beneficial for Alzheimer’s because it contains flavonoids that can increase blood flow for 2 or 3 hours after you eat it.  

Don’t leave objects on the floor. Always keep passages smooth and turn on the lights in all the rooms. Make sure floors are not slippery to reduce the risk of falling.

You must quit smoking. People who smoke have an 80% increased risk of developing Alzheimer’s. A lot of research has proven that smoking is associated with

You must avoid long exposure to pesticides. They can have toxic effects on the central nervous system, leading to the development of Alzheimer’s disease and other brain

You must watch what you eat because weight gain could negatively affect brain function and lead to Alzheimer’s. This is because being overweight decreases blood flow to

Excessive drinking can cause the hippocampus, the area associated with memory and reasoning in the brain, to shrink.  It can also accelerate the brain’s aging

Previous research suggested limiting your caffeine intake as it can worsen the symptoms associated with Alzheimer’s disease. However, more recent research refutes these

Avoid iron supplementation because excess iron might be associated with increased Alzheimer disease.  

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