Last Modified on May 22, 2015
As a progressive neurological disease, Alzheimer’s can be particularly difficult to treat. The condition often manifests with limited symptoms initially but progresses toward deterioration at vastly different rates for different individuals, which is why we believe early treatment and prevention are essential to limiting the effects of the disease. That being said, we have put together a list of the most effective natural remedies for Alzheimer’s disease, including vitamin B12, cinnamon extract, and coconut oil.
What Is Alzheimer’s Disease?
Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is considered a progressive but common form of dementia. The condition typically affects individuals over the age of 65 and typically worsens until an individual’s death. While the symptoms are different for everyone, common indicators include difficulty remembering recent events and confusion in unfamiliar situations. As these and other symptoms can be misconstrued as stress or age-related issues, AD often goes unidentified until more serious complications arise. As the condition progresses, individuals often have trouble recognizing faces or people, retaining information, and maintaining a static personality.
Can a Progressive Disease Be Reversed?
Modern medicine typically identifies Alzheimer’s as a condition without a cure because the medical world is at a loss concerning the cause and treatment for the condition. However, the realm of natural medicine offers treatment and support that is often times as effective as reversing the condition.
What Are the Best Natural Remedies for Dementia?
Natural medicine serves to support brain function, remove heavy metals from the body, detox the liver, and stimulate blood flow to the brain. All of these factors contribute to the overall progression of an individual with AD. We suggest trying vitamin B12, cinnamon extract, and coconut oil to improve all of these areas of functioning.
1. Vitamin B12
B12 helps support the neural functioning in the body. As such, it helps restore the nerve passageways in the brain and contributes to overall better cognitive function.
2. Cinnamon Extract
Cinnamon extract functions to reduce plaque in the arteries as well as to improve cognitive functioning. These factors facilitate better blood flow to the brain and improved memory as well as recognition.
3. Coconut Oil
Coconut oil is a particularly healthy fat. As such, it helps restore the lining of the nerves, which in turn boosts the communication in the brain, translating into improved overall function.
Alzheimer’s is a scary disease that often destroys the affected individual as well as his or her family. While modern medicine has failed to locate answers regarding treatment of the condition, natural remedies offer extensive treatment and support. Give one of our remedies a try or let us know one that has worked for you or your loved one. Continue reading below for more interesting natural cures for dementia offered by our readers.
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[YEA] October 30, 2007: does exposure to aluminum cause Alzheimer's disease? A friend's father (65) just passed away with Alzheimer's. His mother (63) died over a year ago with Alzheimer's. They were both diagnosed within 6 months of each other. My friend said that the nutritionist noted that both parents consumed beer on weekends and drank from cans. (Cheaper) Both parents consumed 6 to 8 soda's a day with cans. His mother cooked meat loafs and meats in aluminum pans for easy throw-a-way. If this is true, is there a remedy to remove aluminum from the body? My husband has quit drinking soda's all together.
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