Doubling Down on Dementia

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Want to know how to lower the risk of being misdiagnosed with dementia?

In the last “30 Years, Double the Rate: Worldwide Dementia Rates Rise” according to Medscape. But while the rate of dementia has doubled we’ve been doubling down on dementia by simply saturating the body with minerals and hydrating the body.

In fact, as I write in a May, 2018 blog “40% of Dementia Diagnoses Are Wrong” there are so many ways that dementia can be treated by reversing the various risks and triggers.

1. Nutritional imbalances and deficiencies. ReMag, ReMyte, ReAline, ReStructure, RnA Drops, ReCalcia, Prescript Assist, Blue Ice Royal.

2. Artificial food colors, flavors, and sweeteners. Use ReStructure before reaching for processed food or snacks.

3. Prescription medication side effects. Use the Completement Formulas for nutrient deficiencies that can be misdiagnosed as diseases and treated with drugs.

4. Inflammation from low-level infections, mold, food allergies, and Lyme Disease. The greatest immune system challenge is from yeast overgrowth that leaves a person susceptible to low-grade infections, food allergies, and cross reactions with mold.

5. Stress and stagnation/inactivity. The magnesium in ReMag will help treat stress and inflammation and give you energy so that you will be able to exercise.

6. Thyroid and other hormonal imbalances. ReMyte’s 9 thyroid-supporting minerals will help make natural thyroid hormones.

7. Mercury and other heavy metal poisoning. ReMag, ReAline, and RnA Drops help detoxify heavy metals, including mercury.

Knowing the possibilities of reversing misdiagnosed dementia, the Medscape piece comes across as extremely fear-based offering no possibility of treatment and certainly no cure. They even say it’s “the most feared diagnoses because it gradually destroys quality of life while increasing the risk for mortality, but there is no known cure or disease-modifying treatment that can prevent these outcomes.”

They say “The record of clinical trials to treat dementia is bleak.” And “Although drug therapy is not going to help to cure dementia in the near future, there are interventions that can make a difference.”

What interventions? They recommend attacking “modifiable risk factors — such as hearing loss, educational attainment, smoking, depression, physical inactivity, social isolation, diabetes, and obesity” which “could account for up to 35% of all cases of dementia.” This number added to the above 40% of causes that I mention shed a whole new light on dementia.

Unfortunately they almost dismiss the modifiable risk factors saying that “Anyone in clinical practice knows that changing these factors is highly challenging.” We know how busy doctors are and that they would just like to prescribe a drug for dementia, but with dementia, they do have to put in some time and use their common sense.

Knowing nothing about the seven risks that I identify above, the authors conclude that “With limited scope for prevention and the absence of an effective disease-modifying treatment, the burden on caregivers and the parts of health-care systems devoted to care of the elderly will continue to increase rapidly.”

The report goes on to detail the depressing statistics and estimate that by 2050, the number of people living with dementia could be around 100 million.

Study my list of these 7 risks and triggers and treatments to support the structure and function of the brain and ward off misdiagnosed dementia.

If you are ready to saturate your body with minerals, you can find ReMag and the rest of the Completement Formulas here:

ReMag™ The Magnesium Miracle™ – 8.1 oz

Aloha,

Dr. Carolyn Dean

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