Could This Unique Therapy REVERSE Alzheimer’s?
90 days to a better memory
The search is on for the cure for Alzheimer’s disease.
Staying active, and protecting your heart health have been strongly tied to a reduced risk of cognitive decline.
But if you’re already headed down that scary road, there may be a way to reap the same benefits — without overhauling your diet and lifestyle.
In fact, this unique therapy has been shown to improve memory tests in people already experiencing cognitive decline.
I can’t overstate the importance of getting proper blood flow to your brain.
Your brain uses a tremendous amount of energy, and it needs the oxygen and nutrients carried by the blood to function optimally.
Worse, when your brain cells don’t get the nutrients and oxygen they need, they die.
So, it’s no wonder that Alzheimer’s disease is characterized by decreased blood flow in the brain.
This is the primary reason why exercise is such a boon for brain health: It can boost blood flow to the brain.
This is also the reason why what’s good for your heart is also good for your brain. Your arteries need to be healthy to transport adequate nutrients.
Now, researchers have identified a therapy that can boost blood flow in your brain in as little as 90 days… without making any lifestyle changes.
In an animal study, researchers found that putting mice with Alzheimer’s disease in a pressurized chamber (in which they breathed pure oxygen) prevented the buildup of beta amyloid plaques that are the hallmark of the disease.
It also helped removed existing plaque.
Compared to those who didn’t receive the oxygen therapy, those who did only experienced one third the number of new plaques, while existing plaques were cut in half!
Results in humans were just as encouraging.
Six individuals over 60 years old who were experiencing cognitive decline underwent 60 sessions of oxygen therapy.
After 90 days, blood flow to the brain was improved by 20 percent, and tests of memory were improved by 16.5 percent.
If you’re already experiencing cognitive decline or Alzheimer’s disease, talk to your doctor about oxygen therapy.
In the meantime, you can boost oxygen to your brain on your own by exercising.
The more you get your heart pumping, the more oxygen you’ll be flooding to your brain.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D. is one of the most pioneering and innovative minds in medicine today – and he delivers cutting-edge cures each month through his Natural Health Response newsletter.
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