A mental disorder that gradually destroys vital nerve cells in the brain. Symptoms include loss of memory, judgment, and reasoning, as well as changes in mood and behavior. It is not a normal part of aging.
a progressive form of presenile dementia that is similar to senile dementia except that it usually starts in the 40s or 50s; first symptoms are impaired memory which is followed by impaired thought and speech and finally complete helplessness
A DEGENERATIVE DISEASE OF THE BRAIN, CHARACTERIZED BY CLUMPS OF NEUROFIBRILS AND MICROSCOPIC BRAIN LESIONS AND BY CONFUSION, DISORIENTATION, MEMORY FAILURE, AND SPEECH DISTURBANCES, AND RESULTING IN PROGRESSIVE LOSS OF MENTAL CAPACITY. Studies have shown an excessive amount of aluminum in the brains of those with Alzheimer's. Aluminum poisoning has been found to be neutralized by silica. ? Calcium 2 TBL ? Copper @ TBL ? Gold 1-2 tsp. Pm ? Magnesium 4 TBL ? Manganese 2 TBL ? Selenium 1 TBL am ? Sulfur 2 TBL ? Water of Life 3 tsp am ? Zinc 3 TBL ? Granulated Lecithin 1 TBL at lunch and dinner ? Stabilized Oxygen-as directed ? Vitamin C ascorbate 2000mg daily ? Vitamin E as directed
A progressive, neurodegenerative disease characterized by loss of function and death of nerve cells in several areas of the brain, leading to loss of mental functions such as memory and learning. Alzheimer's disease is the most common cause of dementia. (from the Alzheimer's Association)
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Degenerative age-related disease that impairs an individual's cognitive ability. Symptoms may include forgetfulness, wandering, and inability to recognize others. The disease is caused by neuron dysfunction and death in specific brain regions responsible for cognitive functions. Both genetic and environmental factors likely play a role in the development of Alzheimer's. Click here to learn more.