Fighting Dementia.

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Fighting Dementia.

Postby mike » Wed May 17, 2017 7:12 pm

First let me say I have no medical training, and anytime you feel unwell you should visit your doctor without delay, thats always GOT to be your first step...I lost a very dear uncle to dementia some time ago, I never knew he was suffering from it, and when I did find out it was too late to help, and its haunted me ever since. I was so upset at the time and looked for things that might help, asking for help from upstairs what might be done to control or delay dementia from gaining a foothold...And this is what I got in reply,and I offer this post to anyone who are worried about dementia, and are looking for help.....In simple terms dementia is lack of blood pressure to certain parts of the brain, the blood for want of a better way to explain gets dirty.When the blood pressure is low in the brain protons and magnetic influence can clog parts of the brain, not allowing clean fresh blood to wash out magnetic and dirty infected blood to clear vital parts such as recepters and transmitters from your short term memory banks etc...The way to pump clean fresh blood to vital parts of your brain is really simple, hold your nose and sort of sneeze, so you feel your ears click, like when your in an aircraft and you have to pop your ears to adjust to the air pressure.This Im told will allow fresh clean blood to flush the brain and remove the build up of protons and electrical magnetic influence always presant in the brain, and you need to do this twice a day at least to start. I tried this for a month and my memory got much better in all sorts of ways, some people have very narrow veins in the neck feeding blood flow to vital parts of the brain, so to increase the blood pressure now and then makes sure your brain always has a clean fresh blood supply.If your worried your memory is not what it used to be please try this, as you get old your memory will suffer a little, its natural, but on TV tonight a report said as many as 1 in 3 people will get dementia, so its prompted me to post this in the hope of doing some good.
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Re: Fighting Dementia.

Postby mike » Thu May 18, 2017 7:32 pm

Absolutely nothing prepares you for a first visit to a care home where folk with advanced dementia are being cared for, it changes you life in so many ways.No longer will you wish to avoid the visit to friends and family where things perhaps never went well, every moment will count as never before. You just cannot imagine the value of friends and family until something like dementia happens to someone you know,it opens your eyes to what can happen in life,and you learn to make every second special where before it might not have been the case...To walk in a care home and be met at the door by several people all with that same look on their faces of lost souls stops you in your tracks, dementia is a most cruel of conditions.You want to hug them all and take them home with you, to keep them safe and wipe that tormented look from their faces.Each one is lost in his or her own mind, unable to function in the normal way or grasp whats happening to them, those who sleep in easy chairs are the lucky ones.
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