March 20, 2008

How To Prevent Yourself From Alzheimer

by Stewart Levison
Copyright (c) 2007 Stewart Levison

In life, we all have risks, which we can take measures to reduce a vast majority of those risks. Alzheimer's disease is claiming the minds of more than 4 million US citizens without mentioning those in the foreign lands. The disease is actually claiming more than 8 million minds combined.

Alzheimer's disease is a medical disorder, which causes dementia.

The degenerative disease affects the brain, since it destroys the brain tissues and cells. The condition causes the person to loose memory, especially during the progressive stage. Once the disease progresses, dementia starts in, which affects cognitive thinking. The cognitive thinking becomes weak. The disease will gradually destroy the intellectual mind, which in turn drags down the person until death occurs.

Dementia is the start of the progressive disease that toils to wane the intellectual functions. Gradually, the person starts to feel psychotic episodes, since the confusion and memory loss causes great emotional stress.

We can take risks to reduce Alzheimer's disease. According to experts Genetics, or DNA and RNA factor in to Alzheimer's disease. If you have a history of Alzheimer's, it is wise to take action to prevent heart failure, Alzheimer's disease, dementia, strokes, etc.

Experts has discovered that heart disease, including strokes link to dementia. For instance, vascular dementia is caused from a series of strokes, especially in those who have had a history of Alzheimer. Once dementia sets in, the brain tissues are destroyed. The process is medically called infarcts.

Heart disease, such as Bradycardia and tachycardia conditions are risky as well. According to experts, the conditions can lead to Alzheimer's or dementia. Experts tell us that after we turn 40+, it is time to increase screening. The screening will help the doctor note potential indicators, which can assist your doctor with finding the right treatment to lessen your risks. If you have a history of heart disease or Alzheimer's disease, or any other disease for that matter, you can benefit from exercise.

Exercise is essential. A healthy diet is great also, yet if you do not exercise, it will make no difference later how much you cut back on eating.

Alzheimer's degenerating disease destroys brain tissues, nerve cells, etc, which gradually destroys the human being. Since neurons or nerve cells communicate with the muscles and brain cells, as well as blood vessels it can cause complete destruction. Alzheimer's disease will target the intellectual functions, cognitive functions, nerve impulses, etc.

Alzheimer's the degenerative disease will interrupt the process of the brain, which causes blockage. To avert this disorder it is wise to take action now. The disease usually does not hit a person until he or she is around 65 or older, yet studies has shown that dementia characteristics can develop at a very youthful age. Exercise offers us the best choice for reducing risks.

Exercising can promote health, since it works the brain and entire bodily structure. Exercise has proven to reduce heart conditions, such as Bradycardia, tachycardia, atrial fibrillation, heart palpitations, etc, as well as dementia, diabetes, and so on.

In addition to exercise, it is wise to continue regular medical checkups. If you have a history of Alzheimer's disease, or other conditions regular checkups can help you reduce the risks. Even if you do not have medical history, it is wise to seek medical checkups on regular schedule.

NOTE: Carotid Bruit is a heart condition, which causes strokes and has linked to Alzheimer's disease. Since the disease targets the brain's blood supply, it can cause dementia, and finally destroy the mind.

The best we can all do is to take actions to avoid risks.

Stewart Levison is an Anti-Aging practitioner and expert who constantly provide valuable anti-Aging guidelines and resources. Learn how to make your life healthier, younger, and energetic. To receive your Free resources visit: http://www.anti-agingsecrets.com/