For Cell Therapy for Alzheimer’s to be beneficial to a patient, it is important to look at what is happening in the brain related to the disease. In a patient with alzheimer’s disease, protein deposits – called plaques, build up in the spaces between nerve cells far more rapidly than normally linked with aging. Twisted fibers that build up inside dead and dying nerve cells, also produce at a faster rate – Scar tissue. These two aspects follow a pattern, targeting areas most critical for memory then progressively spreading to other regions. The damaged cells are then unable to properly function transmiting electrical signals within our brain, those signals that are responsible for memories and individual thoughts.
Memory loss is not an inevitable part of the aging process
The brain is capable of producing new brain cells at any age, so signifi- cant memory loss is not an inevitable result of aging. But just as it is with muscle strength, you have to use it or lose it. Your lifestyle, health habits, and daily activities have a huge impact on the health of your brain. Whatever your age, there are many ways you can improve your cognitive skills, prevent
memory loss, and protect your grey matter.
Furthermore, many mental abilities are largely unaffected by normal aging, such as:
- Your ability to do the things you’ve always done and continue to do of- ten
- The wisdom and knowledge you’ve acquired from life experience
- Your innate common sense
- Your ability to form reasonable arguments and judgments
Stem cells reproduce at a rapid rate and have the potential to be many different cell types in the body. Stem cell therapy is procedure in regenerative medicine in which a patient’s own stem cells or donor stem cells are harvested and re/introduced into the body. This procedure is designed to aid in the restoration of dying tissues in the body. Adult stem cell therapy helps the body’s natural healing process work faster and more effectively. In the treatment of memory loss / AD, the stem cells are collected, enriched, Cryo-stored and then administered in hopes of replacing the dying nerve cells in the brain.
Recent research of Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias brings new treatment options for patients. Previous available treatments have shown that adult stem cells not only have the potential to regenerate the lost or damaged tissues in the brain, but also have to ability to temporarily modulate the immune system, disabling the abnormal attack. By addressing these two areas, potential improvements with the following symptoms have been observed:
• Improved behaviour and mood
• Reduced or elimination of confusion • motor skills improve
• Cognitive function Improves
• Reduced levels of memory loss
• Increased energy and wellness
While aging is among the greatest risk factors for Memory/Dementia/ AD, it does not have to be a normal part of the aging process. With our treatment, hope can be returned to those attempting to manage their condition. When traditional medications show less than optimal results, advanced technology offers a natural procedure to assist your body in rebuilding itself.