• Alzheimer ’s disease can be Avoided

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    I’ve seen many people who suffer from Alzheimer’s disease, they are so lost they can’t even have right respond even to a very simple things like -where to defecate, when to defecate and how to defecate. These are personal things a person does when his normal, but it’s a different whole thing when we talk about Alzheimer’s disease. I can’t imagine seeing my old folks having this kind of illness, it will break your heart to see someone closed to you experiencing this. What are the triggering factors of Alzheimer’s disease? This illness is link to various diseases, Thou this particular illness can’t be reverse -there are ways to prevent this from happening to your loved ones or to you.

    This particular illness comes out in a different level, there are cases of a sudden memory loss, there are incident also that a person starts to feel like they can’t see, or others may act weird and starts to curse even if that’s not the type of person he was in real life. A person who has this would be getting new characteristics or personality. There are studies however that has strong argument about what they found out about the illness; Alzheimer ’s disease can be avoided if you maintain your healthy diet, in other words –people who have problems with their body would likely developed this illness.

    Heart Disease May Increase Your Odds of Developing Alzheimer's

    I firmly believe that since there's no conventional cure, now or in the foreseeable future, the issue of prevention is absolutely critical if you want to avoid becoming an Alzheimer's statistic.

    Ideally, doctors would begin counseling patients who are in their 20s and 30s on lifestyle strategies that promote heart and brain health throughout life. Then we would probably see a major shift in Alzheimer's statistics for that generation

    As it stands, the evidence points to lifestyle factors, primarily diet, as the driving forces of dementia. There are also many connections between Alzheimer's and other dietary-related diseases, such as diabetes and heart disease, suggesting that ALL of these diseases are preventable through identical means.

    Alzheimer's Is Directly Related to Elevated Blood Sugar Levels

    A study published in the New England Journal of Medicine in August 2013 demonstrates that even mild elevation of blood sugar—a level of …

    It will all boils down to having a healthy lifestyle to avoid the occurrence of such illness, you should start it while you are still young, regular exercise, right diet and avoid harmful, toxic chemicals on food or processed food. This information is truly a head-up to all of us. We can indeed live a long and normal life.

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