Early detection is an essential part of ending Alzheimer's disease. If individuals can begin monitoring their memory fitness - while they adopt the lifestyle habits of prevention - here is how we could end half of Alzheimer's.
If we can add five years to an individual's life - that will reduce the number of people in Nursing homes by 50%. That is what the Alzheimer's Association of Northern California Bill Fisher says.
Here is how that could happen
People can develop healthy lifestyle habits that reduce their chances of developing mild cognitive impairment - the early signature memory problems of Alzheimer's.
Part of their personal prevention program should be to test their memory fitness every 90 days - and they can do this for free at the Alzheimer's LifePlan memory fitness testing center. Over time - the results of their memory fitness testing will present them with a "baseline" history or normal scoring for their testing - they should watch this to see if there is any reduction in their brain's ability to form recent memories.
Memory fitness reductions does not mean an individual has Alzheimer's - only a qualified doctor can make this diagnosis - but memory reduction is a serious issue and should prompt the individual to consult with their doctors.
Assumming an individual's memory fitness rating is lower than in earlier tests - and they visit their doctors - and are prescribed an inhibotir treatment - this slows the mild cognitive impairment of the disease WHEN IT IS ADMINISTERED IN AS EARLY A STAGE OF THE DISEASE PROCESS AS POSSIBLE.
The administration of these inhibitors in the very early stages of the disease process - is now documented to prolong the individual's short term forming and learning performance. The time is different in each individual's case - but the ability of the individual to live independently or outside of the Nursing home environment is set back.
If the collective efforts of the population at risk of developing Alzheimer's adopts lifestyle habits of prevention - they individually could be reducing the chances of their developing the disease 60-90%!
If these same individuals monitor their memory fitness and vital signs - and produce early alerts to any tell tale symptom - speeding treatment - it is conceivable that many individuals could add 3-5 years of cognitive memory fitness health to their lives.
If the promise of something like the Alzheimer's Vaccine brings out a treatment that at least arrests the mild cognitive impairment - very early stages - people developing the memory process would be alive and living normally with Alzheimer's disease.
That's the Alzheimer's LifePlan Plan.....you are welcome to get involved in the ending of Alzheimer's.
Few people realize that the end of Alzheimer's is upon us.......
If you are over 40 or have family members you might think are at risk of developing Alzheimer's - please spend some time learning about this Alzheimer's prevention public service project.
Welcome to the Alzheimer's LifePlan iBTV Channel - here you can view the entire story of how a Northern California family sought to prevent the elders of the family from developing Alzheimer's disease.
The search for understanding led to the Dr. J. Wesson Ashford's 27 year career as a Medical Doctor and PhD Memory Testing Researcher. Dr. Ashford's technology supplies the version of his clinical memory fitness platform - that visitors to the project's web page can take for free.
The search also took us to the UCLA School of Medicine Neuroimaging labs - where Dr. Paul
Thompson, PhD, shared the first animated video of the disease process in living patient's brains. Dr. Thompson is confident that individuals can now develop personal prevention plans while researchers are closing in on effective treatments, and the powerful sgi brain imaging super computers - will give doctors, researchers and patients - exquisite images of their brain's resistance to the Alzheimer's disease process.
We also met with Dr. Dale Schenk, PhD., the scientist that developed the Alzheimer's Vaccine - and opened the school of immunetherapy - changing everything we assumed to be true about Alzheimer's because the vaccine has provided the first evidence that the disease process can be reversed. Hear and see Dr. Schenk, review the progress made since 1985 in this new and dynamic breakthrough towards the ending of Alzheimer's. Dr, Schenk also reviews the potentials of Lifestyle habits being an effective tool for individuals to use in developing their personal Alzheimer's prevention programs. The hope is that people will become aware of their memory fitness - watch for any reduction in their ability to form short term memories, and speed as effective a treatment as their doctors can provide - to slow and/or arrest the disease process.