New treatments for dementia
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Method of Doctor Statnikov. Alzheimer's disease

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About the complex treatment of Alzheimer's disease

Currently, Alzheimer's disease in the world suffer a 35 million. Therefore, many conventionally associated with this disease epidemic. In view of the anticipated rate of aging of the population, by 2030 the number of cases are more likely to increase to 70 million. Expenses States to address this problem are estimated at approximately 1% of global GDP. In addition, there are additional costs caused by the physical and emotional strain on those who care for patients and can not fully realize themselves in society and in the profession. Thus, the number of people suffering from the consequences of it, as well as material costs are significantly more states.

Alzheimer's disease is increasingly in the spotlight, as it is a progressive, irreversible and entails every year more and more tangible social, medical, political and economic consequences.

Usually the first sign of the disease becomes a deterioration of attention and memory, the person becomes forgetful, absent-minded, there are problems with remembering recent events - for example, there comes the need for frequent repetition of it facing the issue. Then, the patients no longer recognize familiar people, familiar place, reduced ability to navigate in time.

In addition, there are changes in their nature, in particular, appear before not peculiar selfishness and rudeness. There is a tendency to lower intelligence, problems speaking, reading or writing, judgment, communication and executive functions. They can not keep track of your personal expenses, lose the ability to think clearly and make better decisions, losing the initiative and have difficulty in carrying out normal daily activities.

Perhaps the emergence of depressive and delusional phenomena. Memory loss should cause concern for the environment, unless the individual episodes it becomes an obstacle to solving everyday problems, family life or work. The most obvious sign that distinguishes the normal forgetfulness of pathological changes in the cerebral cortex, is a clear loss of memory of recent events in comparison to what it was a few months or years ago. At the same time the memory of the events of the distant past can be maintained.

It is important to note that not all memory problems are certainly a sign of Alzheimer's disease. Most of the natural changes in the mechanism of memory as a result of aging, do not affect any of our daily activities or quality of life.
The exact cause of Alzheimer's disease, scientists are still not yet clearly established. However, it is clear that Alzheimer's disease is not part of the normal aging process and physically active persons who are engaged in intellectual work, affected by this disease is much less.

Many believe that with age cognitive abilities inevitably decline and as a result, comes Alzheimer's disease. If it really were the case, the disease would have suffered all the people who survive to 90-100 years. However, various studies of people aged 100 years have shown that many of them are susceptible to this disease. However, it should be remembered that one of the reasons leading to senile problems - lack of adequate nutrition and oxygen supply of the brain through the blood vessel system. For the full functioning of its elderly needed to adequately matched exercise. Older athletes look many times better and fresher their peers.


  • Firstly, retain creative longevity,
  • and secondly, give an example of their peers to follow and unite them around,
  • Third, increasing number of mentally healthy people.

It also happens that the more physically strong enough person, however, exhibits the symptoms of Alzheimer's disease.

Timely diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease remains an important issue. General practitioners and the near patient environment, usually referred to occurred as symptoms of age-related changes of personality. Before meeting the patient with the necessary specialist takes too much time and often irreversibly. Despite the fact that so far no one has managed to cure a single patient with Alzheimer's disease, rehabilitation of all activity related to the patient is suitable links. Today, there are many ways to improve the quality of life of the patient and his family with the timely delivery of them qualified medical, psychological, organizational and methodological assistance.

The complex treatment includes the use of medications, physical therapy, nutrition correction and other vital activity during the day.
Drug-stimulating mental activity and physical activity of the patient can slow the progress of the disease.
In addition, it is important that family members or those who carry out patient care, receive equal and timely attention and treatment. They should be well informed about the disease in general and about the features of its course in case their loved one.

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