Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Proper Alzheimer’s Cure

I am sure you guys must be thinking that i have gone mad, talking about Alzheimer's all the time. But, honestly, I want to help those who are suffering from this dreaded disease. This is my way of helping them. I try to provide all the info that i can gather so that someone somewhere would benefit by it. you guys have got to believe me on this.  

Alzheimer’s disease is one of the most crippling diseases. It generally affects those people, who are above 65 years of age. It completely cripples the mental activities of the victims. The victims lose memory, concentration and recollection. As a result, the victims become unproductive burden over the care takers. Presently, there is no cure for this disease, but scientific research is dragging us closer to proper cure. 



A lot of experiments and researches done by great doctors and scientists have brought to the notice the mysteries of this disease, causes, and effects. Many understanding about these processes have proffered relevant information about the ways doctors might adopt stop, delay, prevent or even reverse the damage of the nerve cell, which leads to crippling symptoms of this disease. 

Around the world, pharmaceutical companies as well as scientists are struggling to properly cure this crippling disease.

Researches and experiments done by the scientists also throw light on the relevant information regarding non-drug and drug approaches, which can improve everyday functioning and vitalize the quality of life. Right now, the drugs, which are available in the market, are just used only for managing the cognitive symptoms of this disease like perception, memory and thinking. 


If not completely curable, but at least the doctors can cripple the progression of symptoms in some victims. On the other hand, drug therapy is beneficial and important, particularly during wee stages. The management of this disease has chalked out non-pharmacological therapies as important attribute of cure. 

These therapies include different strategies, which are aimed at controlling problematic behaviors including environmental medications, use of right communication techniques and therapeutic activities.

In conclusion, Alzheimer’s disease can be controlled to a great extent by means of therapeutic activities. At present, there is no complete proper treatment for this disease. Let’s us hope that in the future, we will be able to combat this disease completely.