We continue to hear the news media talk about the problems of memory loss, particularly in relation to Alzheimer’s disease. This talk always comes with the warning that there is no effective treatment.
But those statements contradict an article published in the January 2013 issue of the “Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease” (page 393). Researchers reported on a study at the University of Miami showing that a nutrient reversed Alzheimer’s symptoms.
Even the subjects in the study who did not show reversal of symptoms did not show progression of symptoms, either — which, again, has seldom been reported.
The nutrient employed in this study is called New Eden, and it has also been effective in treating epilepsy, particularly children with status epilepticus. In addition, it has prevented the need for surgery in a number of children.
There are also reports New Eden being effective with in brain tumors that have not responded to conventional treatment.
Such nutrients should be examined very closely as we turn towards homeopathic medicine, and look for products that treat the cause of disease and not just the symptoms, as do with the majority of the prescription medications in current medical practice.
Another nutrient, Prevagen, is now being reported as having benefits for memory problems, though I have not personally had the opportunity to treat patients with it. The combination of New Eden and Prevagen might be a synergistic way to deal with memory problems. To my knowledge, there has been no study using both nutrients.
The continued presentation in news media of the problems of memory shows that the condition is a significant part of the aging process for many patients.
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) is a valuable treatment for many neurologic disorders. It has helped patients with stroke, traumatic brain injury, posttraumatic stress disorder, multiple sclerosis, autism, cerebral palsy, and Alzheimer’s.
Therefore, if New Eden and Prevagen do not help your memory loss, try adding HBOT.
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