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Alzheimer’s Support & Potential Prevention

Facts:

Every 65 seconds, someone in America develops Alzheimer's.

Over 5.7 Million Americans have Alzheimer’s, 47 Million Worldwide and kills more than Breast Cancer and Prostate Cancer Combined.

  • 1 in 3 seniors dies of Alzheimer’s or other Dementia.
  • By 2050 there will be as many as 14 Million in the US 131 Million Worldwide
  • Half of all adults aged 85 and over have Alzheimer’s.
  • More than half of the 5.7 million Americans with the disease may not know they have it.
  • More women have Alzheimer’s, almost 2/3 are women.
  • Symptoms of the disease can develop in people as young as age 30.
  • The incidence of Alzheimer’s will increase to every 33 seconds by 2050.
  • The disease is the 6th-leading cause of death in the U.S.
  • The total cost of health and long-term care services for Alzheimer’s is $277 billion.
  • There are an estimated 800,000 Americans with the disease that are living alone

Between 2000 and 2014, deaths attributed to Alzheimer's disease increased 89%, while those attributed to the number one cause of death-heart disease-decreased 14%

Prevention:

Exercise. "The most convincing evidence is that physical exercise helps prevent the development of Alzheimer's or slow the progression in people who have symptoms."

Eat a Mediterranean diet. This diet includes fresh vegetables and fruits; whole grains; olive oil; nuts; legumes; fish; moderate amounts of poultry, eggs, and dairy; moderate amounts of red wine; and red meat only sparingly.

Get enough sleep. "Growing evidence suggests that improved sleep can help prevent Alzheimer's and is linked to greater amyloid clearance from the brain,” Aim for seven to eight hours per night. Take Naps during the day too if you can.

Learn new things. "It is thought that cognitively stimulating activities may be helpful in preventing Alzheimer's. Crossword Puzzles, Card Games, Visual Games (reminiscing pics), Bingo.

FACT: As we age, oxygen doesn’t get to the brain like it did when we were younger, this causes Alzheimer’s. Omega 3 is so important to help with this blood flow.

FACT: Dementia and Alzheimer's patients are almost always deficient in Vitamin B12 and Folic Acid.

Supplements that have been shown Helpful:

Fish Oil - Omega 3 : At least 1,000 mg Daily

Vitamin D3 : 1,000 mg Daily

Vit B12 - Methyl B only : 1,000 mcg Daily

Methyl Folate -Folic Acid version : 400 mcg Daily

Magnesium : 350 mg Daily

Memory Enhancer and Brain Connector : Take Daily


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