New Software finds 5 Potential Healing Options for Dementia's advanced software has uncovered 5 potential treatments for dementia backed by AI and big data and has ranked them by reported effectiveness.
DALLAS - Feb. 6, 2019 - PRLog -- After analyzing data, research, and personal accounts from across the globe,'s software has discovered and ranked the most effective conventional and alternative remedies for dementia. Potential treatments are determined by complex correlation between big-data analysis and AI. Below are the outcomes - the top natural and conventional healing options as determined by TeddyCanHeal's advanced software.

Top natural remedies that have shown effectiveness in treating dementia:
1) Vitamin E
2) Vitamin B12 and other B vitamins
3) Turmeric
4) Medical marijuana
5) Coconut oil

Top conventional medicines:
1) Memantine
2) Donepezil
3) Rivastigmine

Three cutting-edge drugs still under trial but showing great promise:
1) Ergoloid Mesylates
3) Depakot

Teddycanheal's software also noted some dietary practices that may increase the likelihood of developing dementia, ranked here according to their reported harmfulness:
1) Rapid/excessive intake of sugar-rich food
2) Butter and stick margarine
3) Over-consumption of fried food
4) Soda and foods containing monosodium glutamate (MSG)

The software has also determined that the following widely-used tests may be crucial for proper diagnosis of dementia:
1) Mini-Mental State Exam (MMSE)
2) Brain Imaging
3) Single Photon Emission CT

Dementia is a kind of cognitive decline that worsens over time. 10% of Americans over the age of 65 suffer from some form of dementia, with the number rising to more than 50% at age 85. Dementia can come in many forms. Alzheimer's disease is the most common, accounting for 60-80% of dementia cases. Dementia with Lewy bodies, mixed dementia, frontotemporal dementia, and Parkinson's disease are other examples. Common symptoms include problems with memory and vision as well as decreased attention and difficulty communicating. Some forms of dementia are caused by vitamin deficiency and are reversible, but unfortunately, there is no true cure available in most cases. For the time being, the best one can do is to make use of various treatments to alleviate symptoms and possibly slow its progression.

Going back to the natural remedies listed above: research suggests that neurodegenerative diseases such as dementia can be caused by oxidative stress - something which brain cells (neurons) are particularly susceptible to. Antioxidants like vitamin E help to protect cells against oxidative damage. Clinical studies have demonstrated that supplementing one's diet with vitamin E can slow the rate of cognitive decline and, when taken with vitamin C, can reduce the risk of developing vascular dementia. Vitamin B12 is important to neurological health in general, but especially due to its ability to break down a chemical known as homocysteine, which is believed to play a role in the development of Alzheimer's disease. Vitamin B6, another antioxidant, is also believed to help prevent Alzheimer's and other forms of age-related cognitive decline and may significantly reduce the risk of Parkinson's disease. Turmeric is a staple of traditional Indian and Chinese medicine. Many believe that comparatively low incidence of Alzheimer's in India is due to the consumption of large amounts of turmeric as part of their diet. Patients in clinical trials with turmeric have shown notable improvements in their symptoms with no visible side effects. Coconut oil has gained a lot of attention in recent years as a potential treatment for Alzheimer's and dementia. Results from a 2015 study suggest that coconut oil's effectiveness may be due to its rich supply of medium chain triglycerides, which can provide the brain with an alternative source of energy.

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