A Path Out of It with Drugless Treatment Depression is a significant problem affecting 15% or 1 in 6 adults at some point in life.  It is the leading cause of disability in developed nations.  The stress of the pandemic has made things worse. A new study published in the Journal of the American Medical […]

The Stressed, Inflamed Loop of Depression

January 7, 2021

It Is Lifestyle Related and a Drug Will Not Fix It In what has become an all too familiar story, another drug trial failed to produce any important benefit.  Genentech recently announced that the phase II trial of their drug semorinemab failed to produce any measurable clinical effect in slowing the decline in cognitive function […]

Yet Another Failed Alzheimer’s Drug Trial

October 6, 2020

Our Brains Cannot Tell Psychosocial Stress from Fear Psychosocial stress and fear have traditionally been looked at as different emotional experiences that are processed through different areas of the brain.  New study has found that this is not the case and the human brain reacts the same to both stimuli. The study used functional MRI […]

How We Develop Anxiety

September 23, 2020

Lifestyle and diet changes can help prevent and reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s A  study of 720 adults looking at the relationship between this measurement and risk of Alzheimer’s or dementia found that those with cell membrane levels of less than 5.7% had a striking 77% increased risk compared to those with levels >7.0% The […]

One Simple Measurement Tells So Much About Alzheimer’s/Dementia Risk

July 25, 2018

The rates of Diabetes and Alzheimer’s have dramatically increased Diabetes is a major risk factor for Alzheimer’s  Eating high amounts of sugar correlates both with brain volume loss and impaired memory testing While the death rates from many chronic diseases have stabilized or declined over the past 2 decades, there have been 2 exceptions.  The […]

Striking New Data on Sugar and Alzheimer’s

May 31, 2018

Preventing and treating Alzheimer’s Diet and Lifestyle change preventing and reducing the Disease   …and Why Did We Get Involved with It? We are in an fast growing epidemic of Alzheimer’s disease and to date, there has been no way to slow it down or to effectively treat those in its path.  While strides have […]

What is the Bredesen Protocol for Alzheimer’s?

May 31, 2018

Approximately 1 in 3 adults have either one or two copies of the apoE4 gene and therefore are at increased risk of Alzheimer’s When the brain environment is “stressed”, β amyloid is produced causing this programmed downsizing by removing dendrites and thus connections to other cells which results in loss of some functions The apoE4 variant […]

More On apoE4 and Alzheimer’s Disease Risk

May 31, 2018

apoE is an apoprotein and one of its major jobs is helping to remove a major abnormal protein that is continually being made in the brain called beta amyloid, which when it is build up in the brain it is a primary mechanism involved in Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia By age 65 approximately […]

apoE4 and Genetic Mediated Risk of Alzheimer’s

May 25, 2018

Cognitive reserves are an important variable in the risk of development of Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia Several studies have examined the ability of neurofeedback to improve cognitive functioning in subjects with cognitive decline The best time to build-up cognitive reserve is throughout early and mid-life   Building Brain Function Back Up There are […]

Restoring Cognitive Reserve

May 23, 2018

  There are some striking realities currently with Alzheimer’s disease: The population affected by it is growing rapidly. It progresses fairly quickly causing large amounts of disability and even at huge expense. The available treatments up to this point have done little to lessen symptoms and nothing to slow or stop the process.   The […]

New Hope for Alzheimer’s Disease Patients

May 10, 2018