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A New Discovery by Neurologists to Reverse Early Symptoms of Alzheimer’s

Neurologists New Plan On How To Beat Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s has become the most threatening disease. Roughly 5.3 million Americans have Alzheimer’s disease.  This disease makes target people over 65. Recently a neurologist couple has devised a plan to reverse the early symptoms of Alzheimer’s.

A neurologist couple has come up with a new way to protect you from Alzheimer’s or to reverse the early symptoms

Dr. Dean Sherzai and Dr. Ayesha Sherzai are neurologists, work in a prestigious Memory and Ageing Centre at Loma Linda University in California, are delved into the cutting-edge research to protect people from Alzheimer’s.

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It’s no wonder when people cross the age of 60; their brains are no longer as sharp as they used to be in younger age. They often feel a nagging sense of confusion. Sometimes they get totally blank.

“We have worked at some of the world’s leading hospitals and have dedicated our careers to finding a cure for this devastating disease.” The couple said. The veteran couple also found that chronic conditions like cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer, and strokes have begun to tail off but Alzheimer’s risk is mushrooming.

Today, women over 60 are twice as likely to get dementia as breast cancer and the risk of developing it doubles every five years after the age of 65. This will be an epidemic if it continues to rise but thanks to an extensive research done by the neurologists. The neurologist couple firmly believes that they have found a scientifically backed way to reduce your risk and keep your brain sharper for longer.


“Our method could even help to reduce some of the symptoms of dementia after it has started to develop.” They said. “The key is a personalized lifestyle plan, which we’ve called the Alzheimer’s Solution.”

How can an Alzheimer’s Solution bring a positive transformation in your condition?

This plan focuses on five key areas that can really make a difference: diet, exercise, sleep, stress and brain training. Brain training includes exercises such as Sudoku or learning a language that helps to rev up the brain.

The plan has helped thousands of patients to reverse some of the symptoms of dementia and added years to their lives. In fact, some patients showed the improvement in short-term memory by 30% and the attention by 50%.  Now the question is how does the plan actually work?

Initially, during the quest, it was assumed that any solution to Alzheimer’s can come up in the form of pills but later it was discovered that poor diet, especially processed foods high in sugar and meat, was also one of the causes of dementia.

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The lifestyle changes have been proved beneficial to heart diseases and diabetes but the study also found that these changes are also conducive to the brain. The book Alzheimer’s Solution draws on 15 years’ worth of published research from around the globe.

Exercise like pedaling very gently on a stationary bike each day has shown the improvement in stress, memory, and concentration. Other changes in lifestyle such as intake of nutritious diets such as whole grain foods, fruits, green vegetables and brain foods such as fish, nuts, and seeds and reduced intake of caffeine to improve sleep have shown the improvement in the condition of Alzheimer’s patients.

There may still be no cure for Alzheimer’s but, with the right advice, you can be mentally active for longer and reverse the debilitating symptoms of the disease.