What’s the latest about Alzheimer’s’s dementia?
There are so many fresh hypotheses popping up everywhere these days: Diet; Viruses; Lack of activity; Trauma. I have to agree that trauma may cause neurological damage, and I’ve noticed several mental health issues that appear to run in families. It has a vital hereditary component, in my opinion. Others believe it runs in families but blames it on their foods or other lifestyle habits.
Although I’ve been warned not to put too much faith in NAD+, NMN, and other basic cures, I believe they’re worth a go. Many new studies are being conducted, and I guess effective remedies will emerge in the US in 10–15 years.
Remember that other countries have their drug testing and systems in place, so it’s a good idea to investigate there as well. However, Alzheimer’s disease causes observable structural changes in the brain. If it’s detected, seek treatment as soon as possible!
That’s all we can do for the time being. For those of us who are still here, remember that antioxidants are beneficial for all of our cells, and DHA is a significant component of the brain, so take your DHA (fish oil or borage oil) supplement.