Alzheimer's disease

  1. Alzheimer’s disease linked to THESE early warning signs

    How to CATCH dementia early (BEFORE it’s too late)

    It’s a breakthrough that could save your brain… and your independence.

    You have a chance to spot the FIRST… and in some cases ONLY… warning sign of dementia.

    It’s an opportunity to take quick action when it matters most…

    Because when it comes to this devastating condition, the LONGER you wait, the TOUGHER it is to treat.

    When most people think of dementia, of course they think of the telltale memory loss that’s one of the hallmarks of the disease.

    But a new study finds the first warning signs could be something else entirely!

    Depression, anxiety, sleep disorders and/or loss of appetite could all be triggered by a very specific kind of damage in the brain called “tau tangles.”

    These are different from the beta amyloid plaques that are such well-known markers of dementia. And we already knew that they’re LATER markers of the disease.

    But it turns out the tau tangles may come FIRST. The new study finds those mood, appetite and sleep problems could be an indication they’re already forming.

    Fortunately, there’s a way to chase out those tau tangles…Other studies have shown they can be caused by too much iron in the blood, which then accumulates in the brain.

    While chelation therapy (which removes metals from your system) can’t remove iron that’s already in the brain, experiments on rabbits have found it can prevent more buildup.

    It stops the damage and returns tau function to normal.

    While this study has yet to be repeated on humans, we already know that chelation can lead to INCREDIBLE improvements in people with dementia...

    Getting it earlier – before the first actual dementia signs sink in – could make it even more effective, especially if you have the risk factors revealed by this study.

    If you’re in the San Diego area, I can help. For complete metals testing and treatment, make an appointment to see me here at the Stengler Center for Integrative Medicine.

    Not in Southern California? I’m also available for advice by phone. Call 855-DOC-MARK to schedule a consultation.

    And don’t forget to connect with me on Facebook!

  2. Alzheimer’s disease STOPPED if you fix this one symptom

    How to STOP dementia NOW (Even if it’s already started)

    They’ll tell you there’s NOTHING you can do.

    There’s no cure for dementia, and not even a treatment that will do much to slow it down.

    But once again, “THEY” are wrong!

    Because new research has revealed a key cause of dementia that has received VERY little attention.

    Until now.

    More importantly, this cause of dementia most certainly has a cure.

    Let me explain…

    Most doctors will tell you that dementia and Alzheimer’s start with all the plaques and tangles building up in your brain, cutting off communications between neurons.

    That’s certainly a big part of it.

    But those plaques may not be the main cause, but rather a symptom.

    The new study shows what happens FIRST, and it’s essentially a flaw in one of the most important defensive systems in your body.

    It’s called the blood-brain barrier, and it’s the system that allows your brain to soak up the good stuff in your blood – like minerals, fatty acids and oxygen – while blocking out any junk that might be rushing through, such as metals and other brain-busting toxins.

    But the new study finds you can quietly spring a leak.

    The barrier opens up just enough to allow amyloid proteins into the brain – and once inside, they form those plaques your doctor has warned you about… the ones that lead to senior moments, cognitive decline and – eventually – dementia.

    Plug the leak, and you can block the protein. BLOCK the protein, and you can stop the plaques.

    That means you can prevent dementia before it starts.

    More importantly, it means you could be able to STOP the progression of the disease even if it’s already setting in.

    And you can RESTORE your memory and cognition if you’re already starting to suffer from the frightening lapses that mark the disease.

    There are several natural compounds that are known to protect the brain in general and more specifically strengthen the blood-brain barrier. Curcumin, for example, has been shown in studies on rats to increase the “tight junction proteins” that form the most important part of the blood-brain barrier.

    That’s rats, not people, but get this: Curcumin has also been shown to protect the brain in HUMAN studies, enhancing memory and cognition, fighting off dementia damage and cutting the risk of Alzheimer’s.

    Based on the latest research, it sounds like that’s not a coincidence.

  3. Alzheimer’s disease to double… but you can STOP it

    The SECRET dementia cause… and how to CURE it! Some trends are just great. Avocado on everything? Sign me up! But most range from dumb to downright dangerous. I know you’re not about to play around with fidget spinners, and the only place you’ll stick a Tide Pod is in the laundry. But there’s one trend you could be enlisted...
  4. Alzheimer’s disease triggered by benzodiazepines

    The SECRET drug crisis… and how it could TRIGGER dementia! Opioids might be getting all of the attention right now, with even the White House creating a commission to investigate the crisis. But there’s another drug epidemic that’s getting ignored, one that could hit your loved ones. And maybe even YOU. New research reveals how an entire generation of older...
  5. Alzheimer’s disease linked to daytime drowsiness

    Is a nap actually an urgent warning? Everyone loves a nap, right? A quick daytime doze can help you recharge and get you ready for the rest of your day. But there's a difference between snoozing because you WANT to... and knocking out because you HAVE to. And if your own naps are more of the latter these days, it's...
  6. Alzheimer’s disease damage linked to poor sleep

    This one bad habit could trigger dementia damage Could a single night of bad sleep damage your brain? A new study says that it can -- and if you're a little older, this might be the wake-up call you need to get serious about sleep. Missing out on snooze time can leave behind a tangled-up mess of garbage proteins in...
  7. Alzheimer’s disease caused by Western diet

    Are you secretly giving yourself dementia? Forget your DNA. When it comes to beating what just may be the most feared disease of aging, the answer isn't in your genes. Even if you've had a test that reveals you're at risk for Alzheimer's disease... even if you have the so-called "dementia gene" hiding in your body... you're NOT doomed to...
  8. Alzheimer’s disease linked to pain

    How PAIN wrecks your BRAIN If you want to save what's in your brain... you can start by gaining control over your pain. The two might not seem connected. But new research reveals a direct line between them. And if you're battling the agony of chronic pain, your most precious memories might be leaking right out of your ears! Overall...
  9. Alzheimer’s disease is deadlier than ever

    CDC shocker: Dementia death rate skyrockets! If you want to know why you can't trust mainstream medicine, just take a look at its approach to Alzheimer's disease. Or maybe I should call it what it really is: a complete LACK of an approach to Alzheimer's disease! Generally, with most illnesses, treatments improve over time, and death rates drop. We're supposed...
  10. Alzheimer’s disease linked to tooth loss

    Prevent Alzheimer’s disease with this one easy habit It's sitting right there on the counter in your bathroom... something you probably don't think much about at all, even when you're using it. But it could hold the key to beating one the most frightening diseases facing older folks. New research shows how your TOOTHPASTE could protect your brain as much...
  11. Alzheimer’s disease can be prevented

    Nutrients boost your brainpower I've been in this business a long time -- more than two decades now -- and I've never heard of anyone who urges patients to take selenium and vitamin E to prevent dementia. But there are people who have to build a house out of Coke bottles and watch it fall down before they figure out...
  12. Alzheimer’s disease linked to pollution

    Dementia… in the AIR? In some parts of the country, it's so common that you start to get used to it -- and that includes my neighbors up in Los Angeles. It's those dull gray skies. It's not fog. It's smog. Don't get too used to it, my friend, because new research shows how one of the most common air...
  13. Avoid Alzheimer’s disease with vitamins

    Alzheimer’s disease risk drops as your antioxidant levels rise – and if you boost your intake of vitamins C and E, your risk of this disease will plunge by 42 percent!
  14. Alzheimer’s disease linked to aluminum

    Alzheimer’s disease can be caused or worsened by metals, especially aluminum – but there’s a safe and easy way to chase these toxins out of your brain.
  15. Alzheimer’s disease slowed with probiotics

    Alzheimer’s disease can be slowed down, and new research shows how probiotic supplements can reverse some of the decline.
  16. Alzheimer’s disease warning signs different in women

    Alzheimer’s disease often progresses faster in women – and the latest research not only shows why, but it may even reveal the key to stopping it.
  17. Alzheimer’s disease commonly misdiagnosed

    Alzheimer’s disease is so misunderstood by docs that they often get the diagnosis completely wrong… and that means there’s hope for patients told they have the condition.
  18. Alzheimer’s disease could begin with bad sense of direction

    Alzheimer’s disease is easier to treat when you catch it early – and the latest research shows what may be the earliest possible warning sign yet.
  19. Alzheimer’s disease can be caused by infections

    Alzheimer’s disease can be caused or worsened by common infections – including some that are completely treatable. Yet a new report finds the mainstream is ignoring it.
  20. Alzheimer’s disease linked to nighttime eating

    Alzheimer’s disease has been linked to diet, with new research finding a connection not just to what you eat… but when you eat. Eat at night, and your risk could jump.

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