Life Enthusiast Newsletter 081
Dementia is Brain Inflammation, and that’s Reversible
There is an epidemic rise in dementia. In America, one in eight people aged 65 and over are living with the degeneration of their brain cells, feeling the decline of intellectual and social skills, leaving them in good physical health, but not recognizing their family or friends.
Sadly for those suffering – and their caregivers – it’s a long, slow process.
Take heart… memory loss isn’t necessarily dementia, and there is a natural way to slow it down, and possibly even prevent dementia altogether.
A wise person once told me that it doesn’t matter if you forget where you put your car keys. It’s only a problem if you forget what your car keys are for.
This unique blend of herbs has historically shown prevention of memory loss and associated symptoms.
Relatives of people using ALZ-Ease report that daily users exhibit better memory and memory functions in just a few weeks.
Users of ALZ-Ease who use the product for themselves, report overall better memory.
Dementia is not actually a disease. The collection of symptoms has various causes and many of them are still unknown. People often believe the source of symptoms is simply stress or aging. But why doesn’t everyone become forgetful with age?
You don’t have to become forgetful – aging does not have to be that way.
While symptoms of dementia differ for everyone, they include…
- Short-term memory loss
- Impaired communication
- Personality changes
- Difficulty with normal tasks
- Advancing memory loss causes confusion
- Repetitive behavior (telling the same story)
- Struggle with change and/or crave routine.
Dementia Often Begins with Short-term Memory Loss
Your grandmother may still tell stories of the good old days, but forget what she had for breakfast a few hours ago. Other results of short-term memory loss are forgetting someone’s name, forgetting a long-standing routine or misplacing things.
If you sometimes forget why you went into a particular room, or often cannot find familiar things, consider taking ALZ-Ease to help your nerve synapses operate as intended.
Dementia Impairs Communication
Conversations with people in the early stages of dementia become progressively more difficult and take longer than before. They will have difficulty reaching for just the right words and not finding them to make their point, and be less able to explain things.
Personality Changes with Dementia
Often unrecognizable in oneself, mood changes are especially noticed in another. Depression is common in early dementia. Personality can shift (like from shy to outgoing) because judgment becomes affected. One affected by early dementia may lose interest in a hobby/activity or lack the desire to go out, have fun or spending time with family and friends.
Difficulty with Normal Tasks Increases
Struggling with familiar tasks, learning new and complicated games, or balancing the checkbook all become difficult.
Advancing Memory Loss Causes Confusion
Struggling to follow a storyline or conversation is an early sign. Forgetting the meaning of a word or finding the right words to use. A sense of spatial orientation and direction begins to deteriorate, and one cannot recognize familiar landmarks. There may even be difficulty following step-by-step instructions.
Repetitive Behavior Develops
Because of memory loss and personality changes, one suffering dementia might obsessively repeat tasks, collect items or repeat the same question and conversation.
Struggle with Change and/or Crave Routine
Because they can’t remember so many things and may not follow what’s going on around them, they may not want to try new things and routine can be very comforting.
Dementia is Frightening, for both Sufferers and Caregivers
Mainstream medicine is at a loss for treating dementia. However, there are alternative health treatments that can help and possibly reverse the condition. Much like with other chronic degenerative inflammatory conditions, the approach used by mainstream medicine is failing. Our approach is to eliminate the reasons for the immune system to attack the normal function of the brain.
ALZ-Ease is an herbal remedy to enhance memory and even delay or prevent dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Other tools include eliminating allergens, especially gluten and industrial toxins, and supplementing required nutrients, mainly essential fats and minerals.
Common Risk Factors Associated With Alzheimer’s Disease
- Age – most common in people older than age 65
- Family History – nutritional customs and shared exposure
- Genetic Mutations – in both early-onset and late-onset dementia
- Gender – women are more susceptible than men
- Heart Disease – the same risk factors for heart disease (high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes)
- Head Injury – studies show a link between traumatic head injuries and Alzheimer’s risk.
ALZ-Ease from Earth Friend Herb Co.
A blend of simple herbs to help keep your memory sharp and your brain working its best.
All herbs are certified organically grown, or wildcrafted in ecologically clean environments.
These herbs are tonic in nature, meaning that their main action is to feed and strengthen the body – rather than stimulate. When the body is in a state of stress, the last thing it needs is to be stimulated in an attempt to make it function in a particular manner. This only leads to a further stressing – the opposite of healing.
Earth Friend Herb Co. ~ Together We Heal the Planet and You
We treat herbs as friends, and we hope they will become your friends too. There is a great difference in working in a cooperative manner with someone, or just demanding they do what you please. This is part of why our products are of such continually high quality.