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Dementia & Alzheimers Disease

Our latest research articles concerning Dementia and Alzheimers Disease; these cover a range of topics about these cognitive health conditions including:

  • Slowing down Dementia naturally
  • Slowing down Alzheimers Disease progression
  • Alternative treatments for dementia (all forms) and Alzheimers Disease
  • Arterial stiffness and its relation to dementia
  • Latest research and clinical trials related to these conditions

Did you know…

  1. Every 3 seconds a case of Dementia is diagnosed
  2. Problems with memory loss and cognition can affect anyone of any age, they do not just affect the elderly
  3. Research into Dementia and memory problems is critical to ensure that people living with these conditions receive the best care possible.

The Antiaging Brain Booster- Centrophenoxine

3 May 2022

By James South, MA Centrophenoxine, also known as meclofenoxate, is one of the original antiaging, neuro-energizing substances and it has…

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Exercise may lower Alzheimer’s risk by reducing inflammation in the brain

2 March 2022

  “Please remember the real me when I cannot remember you.”    The number of people living with Alzheimer’s disease,…

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Could gum disease increase your risk of developing Alzheimer’s?

25 January 2019

A recent study reveals the bacteria that is caused by bleeding gums is also found in the brain of patients…

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Reducing arterial stiffness could reduce risk of dementia

6 December 2018

A new study by the University College London & Cardiff University has presented that people aged 50, whose blood pressure…

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Herpes may account for 50% of Alzheimer’s cases

24 October 2018

According to new research, the Herpes virus is linked to half of all Alzheimer’s cases; the new paper was published…

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Deprenyl and Alzheimer’s disease—update

28 November 2016

Deprenyl and Alzheimer’s disease—update By Ward Dean, M.D. Deprenyl (aka seligiline, trade names Eldepryl®, Jumex®) was discovered in Hungary in…

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The therapeutic effects of high-dose melatonin administration

28 November 2016

The therapeutic effects of high-dose melatonin administration By Jesus A.F. Tresguerres1, M.D, Ph.D.   This article reviews the effects of…

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Smart drugs and nutrients: Piracetam, the original nootropic

26 November 2016

Smart drugs and nutrients: Piracetam, the original nootropic Smart drugs and nutrients, or to give them their correct medical terminology-…

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