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Alzheimer’s Disease – Find a Natural Cure

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Alzheimer's disease is a form of dementia. Dementia is a group of symptoms associated with a decline in the way your brain functions, affecting your memory and the way you behave – it includes memory loss, mood changes and problems with communication and reasoning. There are many  and cures tab join naturalcures to view article login create your free account
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  1. perryhaarsma / September 2, 2012, 6:20 pm

    Hi, my friend has been diagnosed with restless feet. Does anyone know waht causes or cures this?

  2. rebecca plocharski / July 8, 2012, 7:06 am

    i you have hypertension and the dr has you on a diuretic, that is likely the cause of yur urination at night, when you lay down it is easier for kidneys to excrete excess fluids.

  3. BRIAN GALKA / May 6, 2012, 7:45 am

    Hi. Have you heard of using DCA (dichloroacetate) in the treatment of various forms of cancer? It isn’t sanctioned by the CMA or AMA but it is inexpensive and does have a number of followers. Some reports say it works quite well against brain and breast cancers.
    I didn’t see any mention of tau protein mutations and their effects on dementia. A recent study has shown that tagretin (bexarotene), which is currently used to treat skin cancer, may dramatically reduce the number of amyloid plaques in the brains of people suffering from Alzheimer’s Disease.

  4. chouchee / March 9, 2012, 6:27 pm

    thats easy…
    either its diabetes, or infection, or bladder syspasis cause of cold, or oedema on the legs, or problem with the female organs that carries babies, or oestrogen imbalances. thats all i can think of.

  5. Wes / March 9, 2012, 8:41 am

    Greetings! Maybe you can steer in the right direction. Someone has “nocturia” (repeated urges to urinate in the middle of the night) Maybe a bladder or prostate problem?!?! With that, “hypertension”! What is the connection between the two or is there a connected at all? It would probably be good to speak to a professional that understands these systems and can recommend natural rememdies rather than the usual: PSA test and pharma drugs. There are no naturopaths or alternative doctors listed. Maybe someone can do phone consultation, whatever!

  6. m.smith / February 19, 2012, 9:47 pm

    Hi Glenda,

    Please take a look at our ‘Doctor Referral’ service. I think you will find it useful.

    Kind Regards

  7. Glenda Bugg / February 17, 2012, 5:33 pm

    Hi KT, I’m an RN & have been taking care of my husband who was diagnosed with Dementia/Alzheimer’s since 2005. I’m a GIN member since last May and I’ve done a lot of things: prayer, Alkaline water, all kinds of suppliments, cleansers, Dr. C’s CD’s organic foods, shower head, the works. I started out with a Natural pathic doctor but left him due to personal reasons. What I need is to be referred to another Natural pathic Dr. in Chicago. Who can I go to?

  8. Richard Peterson aka (Pete) / February 8, 2012, 8:31 pm

    I am 59 years old and work a full time job. My wife was diagnosed with alzheimers back in the spring of 2004 at the age of 56. I have taken care of her all these years with help from PCA’s the last two. She is living in a memory care home and has been for about ten months now. I have lunch with her every day. Afterwards I toilet her, wash her hands and face, and help her brush her teeth. Then we lay down and I get her to fall asleep for a nap.I am only able to stay with her 20 to 30 minutes because then I leave to go to my job from 2:30 PM to 11:00 PM. When I get home from work at night, I call to see if my wife is sleeping. Sometimes my wife is not wanting to be alone and sleeping, so I go to where she lives and tuck her into bed and stay with her until she is sound asleep. I work six days a week alot, we are very busy where I work. I see her seven days s week. I am a fairly new member of GIN. With the fabulous information I am being exposed to, my goal is to be financially independant, quit my job, bring my wife back home and help her with the help of the team at Thank you KT Pete Peterson

  9. chouchee / February 2, 2012, 2:42 pm

    pls ignore my post..kelatox is no good

  10. chouchee / October 18, 2011, 1:17 am

    my mother has alzheimer. i have done some research and found out these factors:
    1- she had toxic levels of alluminium
    2- toxic levels of copper
    3- low levels of lithium
    4- low levels of zinc
    5- low levels of vit b5 and biotin
    6- fungus in her bloodstream
    7- adrenal fatigue

    removing the alluminium with kelatox suppositories improved her memory.
    recovering the zinc improved her memory.
    repairing the adrenals improved her memory fast.
    balancing copper with zinc supplements calmed her completely down, though before she was aggressive.
    supplying her with high doses of vit b5 and biotin ( still in process) that stopped her from hallucinating. her memory slowly improves.
    the adrenals have become fatigue again, cause of the vit b5 deficiency. repairing that deficiency makes her remember more.
    still in process of healing though. discovered about lion’s mane and porcine brain extract. lion’s mane should be given at least 5gr per day to see brain regenerate. porcine brain extract…we will see.
    In a university in Crete, patients have been given dhea with bovine brain extract and all of them, no matter what degenerative disease they had, they were healed. But still this is in process in greece and then they will take it to the FDA. They still dont put it through, cause of the fear of mad cows disease.
    Lithium orotate 20mg per day, has been discovered to regenerate the brain 3% in a months time..though lions mane 3% in 6 months time clinically proven.
    Now about another test that is important, there is a urine test for neurotransmiting hormones which these hormones are disrupted after heave metal toxification.
    My mother had a leg and 2 open heart surgeries in 1 year. That destroyed her. Found out that high cortisone levels can damage the centre of the brain…which it seems it has. But there is still hope since she shows improvement day after day…but the whole treatment can take up to two years. Lets hope the FDA wont block the greeks from getting the treatment. But if anyone is interested…this professor gave 30 gr of bovine brain extract per day for a month.
    Alzheimer is all about: deficiencies, hormone imbalances, toxic metals, thyroid conditions.

  11. d.holland / October 17, 2011, 12:28 am

    Hey Laicey,

    You may find the onsite “Ask The Doctor” feature useful – the team of professionals may be able to provide you with specific, US Based resources for helpful products.

    Alternatively you could use the Doctor Referral Service to help you locate an alternative health care practitioner near your patient’s area.

    Kind Regards and Best Wishes,

  12. Laicey Rochester / October 14, 2011, 8:25 am

    Hey everyone, am a caregiver for an Alzheimer’s patient….the thing is she claims her husband only believes in medicines that’s offered in the united states. How can i help her by sharing the information of alternative options….i really do want to help this lady but the husband has control over everything she does.

  13. d.holland / August 9, 2011, 4:45 am

    Hello Members,

    The Natural Cures Team will be checking through your comments as often as possible; we look forward to answering any questions you may have.

    As Always, Thank You for your continued support and feedback.

    Kind Regards,

  14. rosatpca / July 31, 2011, 3:27 am

    Adding coconut oil to the diet may be very helpful in improving the AD.

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