Nutrition for Senile Dementia

Nutrition for Senile Dementia

No standard medical treatment is successful at giving relief of Alzheimer’s dementia symptoms.
Since 2006 NeuroResearch has  been using the amino acid protocols to treat Alzheimer’s dementia.  They have found cognitive deterioration associated with Alzheimer’s dementia is reversible in one third patients as long as they are taking the proper amino acid nutritional supplementation guided by Monoamine Transporter Optimization assays.  One third of patients only experience marginal benefits and one third experience no improvement.  This is probably because dementia appears to be a multi-factorial disease.  For more scientific discussions of nutrition and dementia go to NeuroSupport.
Most of the patients who respond to treatment do so on level 1 to level 3 NeuroReplete nutrients dosing without the need for lab tests.  At the very least, a therapeutic trial of the neurotransmitter replenishment protocol is indicated for all patients with dementia. In less then a month it can be determined if the patient will response to the course of treatment.
When profound improvement does occur in the dementia patient, if the patient quits or misses significant doses of pills all the previous dementia symptoms with all their severity will return in one to two days.
For help in starting a nutritional program as a therapeutic trial for the improvement of dementia go to Health Consults.