Simple Test Reveals EARLY Alzheimer’s Symptom
Detect Alzheimer’s years before symptoms develop
At this point in time, there is no cure for Alzheimer’s.
But there ARE steps you can take to slow the progression of the disease. The earlier you start taking action, the better your results.
The problem is that Alzheimer’s disease is often fairly progressed by the time people receive an official diagnosis, making you feel like you’re behind from the get-go.
That’s what makes this recent study so exciting.
It shows that there’s a simple test you can take that could indicate Alzheimer’s disease YEARS before any official symptoms show up.
For this memory test, researchers showed participants pictures of an item (like a grape) and gave them clues about its category (such as “fruit”).
Then the participants were asked to recall the items on their own. If they needed help, they were given the category to jog their memory.
Based on their score, the participants were divided into five stages: zero through four. The higher scores indicated increasing difficulty retrieving memories and items.
Stages zero, one, and two preceded Alzheimer’s by five to eight years. In these stages, people had difficulty remembering the item on their own, but were able to recall it when provided with the category.
Stages three and four preceded Alzheimer’s by one to three years. In these stages, people had difficulty remembering the items even after being provided with the additional category clue.
Brain scans revealed that, as the stages increased, so did the amounts of beta-amyloid plaques in the brains. Take a look:
Stage 0: 30 percent had beta-amyloid
Stage 1: 31 percent had beta-amyloid
Stage 2: 35 percent had beta-amyloid
Stage 3: 40 percent had beta-amyloid
Stage 4: 44 percent had beta-amyloid
No one likes tests.
Especially if a failing grade could indicate that Alzheimer’s is in your future.
But knowledge is power.
And the more you know about your current and future risks, the better action you can take TODAY to make a difference in your future.
This is one test we should all be taking.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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