Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is the most common form of Dementia. The World Health Organisation states that Alzheimer’s affects nearly 50 million people worldwide, with as much as 7.7 million new cases every year. With an increase of the Baby Boomers ageing word wide this is of concern.
One of the most common and distressing problems of old age is memory failure, particularly when it manifests at an early age and progresses into senile dementia. There are many theories on the cause of memory loss and recent evidence has been presented that environmental factors may be the culprit.
A buildup of sticky proteins (senile plaques) also known as amyloids are formed on the neurons in the brain, disrupting neuron conductivity, which does not allow to get some messages though. Nerve cells can be damaged and even death can result.
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Possible causes or contributing factors are:
- Heavy metal toxicity (e.g. amalgam fillings in teeth, copper, aluminum toxicity)
- Oxidative stress/free radical damage (like cigarette smoking, alcohol consumption or rancid food)
- Chronic inflammation
- Nutritional deficiencies e.g. some vitamin B’s
- Chronic stress
- Low Testosterone
- Elevated blood sugar levels or diabetes and
- Viral infection
The 2001, scientific research indicated that the cold sore virus; herpes simplex often migrates to the brain and is linked to the development of Alzheimer’s. However as recently as in October 2015, a team of Spanish researchers explored the possibility between fungus and Alzheimer’s, discovering traces of fungus in the brain of Alzheimer’s sufferers. A fungal cause would fit well with the characteristics of Alzheimer’s, including the slow progression of the disease and inflammation, which in an immune response to infections like fungus.
What Natural Medicine can do for Alzheimer’s sufferers
Alzheimer’s is a complex medical condition. There are many natural preventive strategies and treatment protocols depending on a patient’s condition and an underlying factors. A naturopath can provide an appropriate treatment in terms of prevention and when the disease is progressing. Fortunately, there is such a wide and an extensive range of herbs, nutritional supplements to choose from.
How can you find out if you have predisposition to Alzheimer’s pathogens in your brain?
Health Analytical Tool is able to scan the whole body in a non-invasive way. One of the many features of its features is the ability to identify any microorganisms, including any pathogens a human can host.
How the destructor function on the Health Analytical Tool
We know that it is possible for a singer to shatter glass into pieces after finding the right frequency of voice. The same applies by changing the characteristics of the Health Analytical Tool vibration. A practitioner can cause a destruction of a pathogen – nothing else is affected as the frequencies do not match those of any other objects of body tissue.
Fungus is linked to Alzheimer’s disease.
Good health is a life long commitment
What can you do to minimize the risk of Dementia and Alzheimer’s?
Prevention and a good health begins in your childhood and even at preconception. Lifestyle, a healthy diet, being active and keeping your mind active plays a pivotal role in our longevity and the quality of life at any stage.
The other good news is that although the adult Central Nervous System does not exhibit exuberant regeneration, a limited degree of cell replacement and nerve regrowth can occur. Adult neurons contain the capacity to regrow if provided with the appropriate nutrients.
Your new body begins today, no matter how old you are – you can take the first step to prevent Alzheimer’s disease.
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Danuta Hulajko is a holistic practitioner, international speaker and the founder & practitioner at the DH Natural Medicine Clinic and www.healingremedies.com.au in the Southern Highlands.
Danuta specialises in Allergies, Anti-Aging, Auto-Immune Conditions, Cardiovascular Conditions, Female Reproductive, Menopause, Mould Toxicity, Skin Conditions, Stress and Insomnia and Thyroid Dysfunction.
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