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Holistic Health Experts Hitoshin Release Information on Alternative Alzheimer's Therapy
Hitoshin, a holistic health business have compiled information on alternative therapies to help counter the symptoms of Alzheimer's
However, recent pioneering studies, techniques and even everyday products may now be bringing hope for families and patients suffering with this disease.
Dr Deborah Lee, a medical writer, worked within the NHS for over thirty years as a qualified GP and Doctor and has seen and read about plenty of cases of Alzheimer's.
"As a doctor and a GP I know a lot about it and I read and write about it all the time."
Dr Lee continues, "One of my friends died of early onset dementia aged 63. Another has recently died of Lewy Body dementia."
"Although, sadly, there is no cure for Alzheimer's Disease, if you or a relative have it, there may be alternative therapies which may help reduce or slow the development of the disease."
In recent years several alternative therapies are coming to prominence which are dramatically improving the quality of life for patient's and their families.
Transcranial Pulse Stimulation – Transcranial Pulse Stimulation, is offering remarkable results, even for those that have reached the moderate to severe stages of Alzhiemer's disease. A study at the Wahrendorff Clinic in Germany has recently reported that 84% of participants in a study are experiencing positive effects after using the treatment.
Find out more about TPS here > https://hitoshin.com/
Natural Remedies – According to the Alzheimer's Society, there is no significant evidence that CBD oils and other natural remedies can prevent, stop, slow, or reverse the progression of Alzheimer's. That said, there is plenty of anecdotal evidence and even a few important studies, to suggest that it can help to ease behavioural symptoms of Alzheimer's, such as aggression, insomnia and anxiety.
Find out more here > https://www.alzheimers.org.uk/
Sensory Stimulation – Sensory stimulation is becoming an increasingly common means to help those suffering with Alzheimer's, by allowing them to study and interact with their surroundings. Some studies suggest that when done regularly, sensory stimulation can help improve some memory problems, and offers different ways to communicate and improve cognitive function.