Oxidative Stress & Low levels of Glutathione Responsible For Dementia

Glutathione and age

The Human body has software that is over 1,000 years old.  Certainly, this is inadequate to deal with today’s environment and the onset of Dementia.  The genetic detoxification software encoded in human DNA lacks that ability to deal with the oxidative stress in the modern era. Glutathione is important in that it recycles antioxidants to [...]

June 17, 2015

Ten Signs of Stress in Dementia Caregivers

from caregiverstress.com

In this helpguide.org article Support for Alzheimer’s and Dementia Caregivers, we found a very well described signs of stress in caregivers of dementia patients: 10 Signs of Caregiver Stress If you experience any of these signs of stress on a regular basis, make time to talk to your doctor. Denial about the disease and its effect on the [...]

June 4, 2015

Benefits of Liposomal Supplement Delivery System

Liposomal Delivery

“Intravenous (IV) results with oral dosage” Liposomal supplement delivery is encapsulating a supplement in a fat cell that bypasses the stomach and gastric system, which pills or tablets can not do, for the reason that the body just flushes out the supplement. These Liposomal fat cell bubbles deliver supplements directly to the cells and tissues,  which make [...]

March 28, 2015

Low Levels of Glutathione in People with Dementia

Low Level of Gluthatione

Those with dementia have low glutathione levels. Liposomal glutathione is the “Mother” of all antioxidants, the “Master” detoxifier, the “Maestro” of the immune system.  Thousands of medical journal articles have detailed its benefits including that it helps support brain function in those with dementia. Absorbot Liposomal glutathione Benefits: Detoxification: Glutathione removes toxins Anti-inflamatory Antioxidant: Glutathione releases stress [...]

March 28, 2015

What is Lewy Body Dementia?

Lewy Body Dementia

Lewy body dementia: A type of dementia closely associated with Parkinson’s disease. Signs and Symptoms   Blank expression Low speech volume Repeated falls Fainting Loss of consciousness

March 28, 2015

Stages of Dementia

Stages of Dementia

Dementia is progressive that gets worse with time. Stages of Dementia Stages: No Impairment Questionable impairment Mild impairment (struggling with simple problems-solving) Moderate impairment (Noticeable impaired short-term memory ) Severe impairment (Severe memory loss, no orientation in time and geography)  

March 28, 2015
 
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