Alzheimer’s Disease

In order to determine a satisfactory course of remedial action, it is necessary to know Alzheimers’ etiology (causes). In Alzheimer’s disease, a peptide called amyloid beta forms aggregates (oligomers), which accumulate in the brain and form deposits known as amyloid plaques. (Source) Inflammation and oxidative damage are also associated with the progession of Alzheimer’s disease. (Source). Recent research at the Brown University in Rhode Island and elsewhere (Source), suggests that the development of Alzheimers is connected to lifestyle assaults, in particular to that which causes diabetes, the lack of insulin sensitivity. To read more, click here….


Top: Electro-medicine and Alzheimer’s disease: “The pharmacological treatment of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is often limited and accompanied by drug side effects. Thus alternative therapeutic strategies such as non-invasive brain stimulation are needed. Few studies have demonstrated that transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS), a method of neuromodulation with consecutive robust excitability changes within the stimulated cortex area, is beneficial in AD. There is also evidence that tDCS enhances memory function in cognitive rehabilitation in depressive patients, Parkinson’s disease, and stroke. tDCS improves working and visual recognition memory in humans and object-recognition learning in the elderly. AD’s neurobiological mechanisms comprise changes in neuronal activity and the cerebral blood flow (CBF) caused by altered microvasculature, synaptic dysregulation from ß-amyloid peptide accumulation, altered neuromodulation via degenerated modulatory amine transmitter systems, altered brain oscillations, and changes in network connectivity. tDCS alters (i) neuronal activity and (ii) human CBF, (iii) has synaptic and non-synaptic after-effects (iv), can modify neurotransmitters polarity-dependently, (v) and alter oscillatory brain activity and (vi) functional connectivity patterns in the brain. It thus is reasonable to use tDCS as a therapeutic instrument in AD as it improves cognitive function in manner based on a disease mechanism. Moreover, it could prove valuable in other types of dementia. Future large-scale clinical and mechanism-oriented studies may enable us to identify its therapeutic validity in other types of demential disorders” .Front Psychiatry. 2012;3:48. doi: 10.3389/fpsyt.2012.00048. Epub 2012 May 15. Action mechanisms of transcranial direct current stimulation in Alzheimer’s disease and memory loss. Hansen N. Source Department of Neurophysiology, Ruhr University Bochum Bochum, Germany. (Source). There are 13 studies in pub med on tDCS and Alzheimier like conditions (source) and source a. Clinical trial ongoing. For Israel research, see source. For technique modalities, source. This technique is also good for pain source and source b and source c



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