Alzheimer’s Disease, Senility & Memory Function

With the onset of Alzheimer’s disease, information transfer at the synapses (the connection between the nerve cells and extensions) starts to break down.  The number of synapses decreases significantly over time. This results in the following symptoms characteristic of Alzheimer’s:
Memory loss
Inability to speak or write
Change in mood
Difficulty completing normal tasks
Difficulty with interpretation of visual information
Reduced judgment
While the cause is still unknown, most experts agree that Alzheimer’s disease isn’t caused by a single factor.  Astoundingly, every 70 seconds someone in America develops the disease.  An estimated 5.3 million Americans have Alzheimer’s disease with nearly 97% of those over the age of 65.
IV Stem Cells and Alzheimer’s Disease
Today, new treatments and advances in research are giving hope to people affected by this disease. The Alzheimer’s Stem Cell Clinical Studies are being researched for their efficacy in improving the complications in patients with Alzheimer’s, through the use of stem cells. Patient’s who do not respond to typical drug treatment may be helped by adult IV stem cell therapy.  Early detection, medication and the use of IV stem cells may offer a decrease in progression of symptoms and a better quality of life.

Should IV Stem Cell Treatments Be Repeated?

Yes, any stem cell therapy can and probably should be repeated.  Studies currently show the possibility of a cumulative effect from multiple stem cell therapies patient’s had received for their condition.
Although these treatments may be weeks or months apart it could also take weeks or months to see final results.

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