April 29, 2021
Alzheimer's disease (AD) is a medical condition that affects an individual's cognitive functions. This disease progresses gradually and worsens over time. AD occurs when brain cells die. Cell death in the brain results in a significant decrease in nerve cell formation and connections, leading to memory loss. The development of tangles and plaque in the brain is what causes the loss of cells. Tangles, also known as Tau proteins, are located inside the brain's nerve cells. Plaque, also known as beta-amyloid proteins, is found between the nerve cells and the brain. If you or someone you love has this disease, it's crucial to seek professional Alzheimer’s treatment.
There are several indicators that an individual may have Alzheimer's Disease. One significant side effect of AD is that there is a decreased ability to remember and process new information and memories. This temporary loss of memory results in a person continually asking the same question over and over. The person with AD may also misplace their things and forget when they have a function or appointment to attend. They may forget how to get to places where they often went.
Another symptom of AD is a noticeable change in a person's behaviors and personality. Those with AD may experience mood fluctuations, feel irritated, withdraw socially, and lose interest in activities that once interested them. They may engage in socially unacceptable behavior and become obsessive and compulsive.
Another symptom of AD is that the person may have reduced writing, speaking, and reading skills. The individual may exhibit hesitations in speech while they recall common words they want to say. They may also make spelling and writing mistakes. If a person has more than two of these symptoms, there is a likelihood they have AD.
Unfortunately, there is no cure for Alzheimer's disease. The loss of brain cells is irreversible. However, there are ways to slow down the progression of AD. It is essential to treat these symptoms to improve the patient's quality of care. No one likes to see their loved ones suffer from the debilitating effects of Alzheimer's disease. Taking supplements such as melatonin, resveratrol, L-theanine, COQ10, and krill or fill oil have neuroprotective properties but are not as effective as stem cells.
Here at PRMEDICA we have achieved great results using a combination approach of stem cells and exosomes, as well as methods that aim to increase the overall general metabolic functionality. When it comes to Alzheimer´s treatment, it´s also important to cleanse the body of calcium plaque and heavy metals while also giving the body the minerals, vitamins and antioxidants it needs.
Alzheimer's disease is a progressive neurodegenerative disorder, and the leading cause of dementia in late adult life. Although the prevalence of dementia continues to increase worldwide, incidences have decreased in the western world resulting from better vascular care and improved brain health. Age-related, protective, and disease-promoting factors probably interact with the core mechanisms of the disease.
Additional objectives of the treatment are focused in increasing the quality of life of our patients by improving general metabolic functions. This is done through a combination of therapies that increase the amount of cell oxygen intake, fulfill the body´s requirements of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, and cleanse the blood-flow of calcium plaque, heavy metal buildup, oxidative stress and free radical levels.
The neuroprotective properties of mesenchymal stem cells and MSC exosomes inhibit neuroinflammation, increase neurogenesis, enhance neurite remodeling, increase cell proliferation and improve neurological function. The new and advance protocol for treating the symptoms of Alzheimer´s Disease as follows:
It is essential to address the symptoms of Alzheimer´s disease as soon as possible.
April 29, 2021
April 29, 2021