Alzheimer's Stem Cell Treatment
Can Stem Cells help Alzheimer's Disease?
One of the most common forms of dementia, Alzheimer's disease can be slowed down considerably with the use of stem cell procedures. Associated with the loss of nerve cells, stem cells taken from the bone marrow have shown to help patients restore normal brain functioning and memory.
In a healthy brain, there are over 100 billion nerve cells connected to extensions. With the onset of Alzheimer’s disease, information transfer at the synapses (the connection between the nerve cells and extensions) starts to break down, and the number of synapses decreases significantly. This results in the following symptoms characteristic of Alzheimer’s:
- Memory loss
- Difficulty completing normal tasks
- Difficulty with interpretation of visual information
- Reduced judgment
- Inability to speak or write
- Change in mood
Every 70 seconds, someone in America develops Alzheimer’s disease. While the cause is still unknown, most experts agree that is isn’t caused by a single factor, but rather multiple factors. However, one common factor is advancing age. An estimated 5.3 million Americans have Alzheimer’s disease, with nearly 97% of those over the age of 65.
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