Stem Cell Treatment for Alzheimer's
Alzheimer's disease is characterized by the accumulation of abnormal protein deposits in the brain, specifically beta-amyloid plaques and tau tangles. These abnormal protein deposits lead to the death of nerve cells in the brain, causing a gradual decline in cognitive abilities and memory.
Common symptoms of Alzheimer's disease include:
1. Memory loss: Initially, short-term memory loss may occur, but as the disease progresses, long-term memory is also affected.
2. Difficulty with language: Individuals may have trouble finding the right words, following conversations, or understanding written or spoken language.
3. Disorientation and confusion: People with Alzheimer's may get lost in familiar places and have difficulty recognizing faces and objects.
4. Impaired judgment and decision-making: This can lead to poor financial choices or difficulty with problem-solving.
5. Changes in mood and behavior: Alzheimer's patients may experience mood swings, depression, anxiety, and withdrawal from social activities.
As Alzheimer's disease advances, individuals may require increasing levels of assistance with daily tasks and personal care. The progression of the disease varies from person to person, but it typically leads to severe cognitive and functional impairment.
Alzheimer's disease, but some medications and treatments may help manage symptoms and slow its progression in some cases. Research continues to explore potential treatments and preventive measures for Alzheimer's disease.
What may this include:
•150 million MSCs
•Exosomes 500 MC (amount is determined by our doctors depending on age/weight ).
•Post therapy diet
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