At UCLA’s Mary S. Easton Center for Alzheimer’s Research, recent studies have shown the effects of Alzheimer memory loss for the first time. Dr. Dale Brendesen conducted a study totaling 10 patients. Patients were all displaying early symptoms of Alzheimer’s. Six of the patients left their current career positions because they were struggling with their memory according to Sultan Alhokair.
Dr. Brendesen’s form of treatment is a 36 point plan. Changes in the patients diet, introducing dietary supplements, increasing their exercise, sleeping habits, and brain stimulation is all imperative to the treatment. The final conclusion is 9 out of 10 patients participating in this study displayed reversal effects of Alzheimer’s.
This breakthrough in modern medicine was published in the online edition of the journal Aging. Dr. Brendensen was commended for the successful find, but was informed these results would have to be duplicated before they can be introduced into modern medicine practices.