Alzheimers disease / dementia is becoming a more common disease in western societies, yet not so common in many other societies.  It affects 1 in 10 people by age 70 years old, and 1 in 3 by 80 years old, and this doesn’t rule out much younger people developing moreto ‘pre-senile’ versions.

Many causes have been postulated, such as: cerebral trauma, neuro syphilis, being intoxicated too often, diabetes and perhaps various poisonings such as lead poisoning, toxic metals are just a few.

Early symptoms may be confusion, insomnia, and stressing out over apparently minor and seemingly disproportionate situations.  Memory loss is a very prominent symptom, together with minor and/or strong delusions.

Some Other Symptoms Can Be:

•    Neglect of personal appearance
•    Neglect of personal hygiene
•    Difficulty in swallowing , and feeling painful or “stuck” in the gut
•    Being clumsy and disorganised in movements
•    Inability to interpret sensations correctly, eg can hear sounds, but cannot interpret, cannot interpret objects by touch alone, can see but cannot recognise symbols.
•    Any paralysis of one side of the body

The disease is usually tracked through tomography, whereby brain atrophy can be noted and this is the interesting part – what causes the eating away of the brain? Do the before mentioned postulations have any credence?

Maybe, but here, we rectify and solve problems rather than postulate!

There is a wide circle of people (and therefore put into practice) that the brain atrophy is actually caused by fungus destroying (by ingestion) the tissue of the brain.

Therefore by strategic and consistent means, the Alzheimers can be arrested.

Can The Brain Restore, Regaining Cells?

There is every possibility of that, as the human body will constantly strive to be 100% normal, regardless of disease or condition in any situation. The human body is of amazing, intelligent design.

Once the fungus is brought under control, the body begins to normalize, especially when being encouraged via good nutrition.

Can It Ever Be “Too Late?”

The answer here really depends on how long those who are helping the person towards normality are able to dedicate their time.  Also the earlier it is dealt with the better; but technically the fungus can be killed and brain cells will regrow.

So How Do I Do It?

The key to restoration following this line of thought, is through day by day consistency, never missing a beat in applying the following essential strategies:

•    The recipient needs to exercise
•    The recipient needs stimulating activities
•    The recipient needs excellent nutrition
•    The recipient needs abnormal amounts of B complex.