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Alzheimer's disease is the most common and severe form of senile dementia. It is a progressive, degenerative disease that attacks the brain, resulting in impaired memory, decreased intellectual and emotional functioning, and ultimately complete physical breakdown. In the United States, it affects approximately 10% of those over the age of 65 and almost 50% of those over the age of 85.
The progression of Alzheimer's is characterized by a number of changes that take place in the brain's biochemistry, structure, and function. Nerves in the Alzheimer's patient's brain die, severing important links between the two sections of the brain (the forebrain and hippocampus) responsible for thinking and memory.
Patients affected by Alzheimer's disease may experience depression, fatigue, occasional forgetfulness to disorientation, and aggressive or paranoid behavior. Typically, Alzheimer's disease is characterized by the following symptoms: progressive memory loss (both short-term and long-term), a decline in the ability to understand vocabulary and words, repetitive questions, problems understanding numbers, spatial and time disorientation, forgetfulness, and an impaired ability to speak fluently.
Factors likely to cause Alzheimer's include heavy metal poisoning, environmental influences, genetics, hormone imbalances, impaired blood flow, and nutritional deficiencies.
There are natural cures for Alzheimer's, as well as non-pharmaceutical ways of preventing the symptoms of Alzheimer's from setting in. The Natural Cures website will show you how you can treat Alzheimer's naturally, and well as well as how you can make lifestyle changes that will improve your general health.