Memory Loss in People with Alzheimer’s Disease Can Be Reversed
A new study suggests that a combination of broad-based treatments and personalized therapy can counteract memory loss resulted from the Alzheimer’s disease.
Researchers invited 10 patients with Alzheimer’s disease or cognitive impairment to test a 36-point therapeutic program including patient’s diet, sleep, exercise, intake of medicines and vitamins, and brain stimulation.
After receiving the course of this treatment, all patients demonstrated certain improvements in memory and cognition. Some of them were even able to complete tasks that have become impossible for them due to declining in their mental abilities.
Dale Bredesen, a study researcher from the Buck Institute for Research on Aging, reports: “The magnitude of the improvement is unprecedented, providing additional objective evidence that his programmatic approach to cognitive decline is highly effective.”
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