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Posted by: Jan | 2011-02-15

Alzheimer

Alzheimer.
Is there any medication available to treat Alzeimer, or anything available to prevent this as this is in my family history?
What is your opinion on Nootropil, as something to prevent the possible onset of Alzheimer?

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Hallo Jan
There are medications available to treat Alzheimers and a lot of clinical research is being done in this field. Nootropil won't prevent Alzheimers disease. It is to a great extent genetic but one can lower your risk by eating healthy, exercising regularly, keeping your brain active by doing things like puzzles, playing chess etc. More info on
http://www.ninds.nih.gov/disorders/alzheimersdisease/alzheimersdisease.htm
Dr Bets

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Posted by: Cyberdoc | 2011-02-15

Hallo Jan
There are medications available to treat Alzheimers and a lot of clinical research is being done in this field. Nootropil won't prevent Alzheimers disease. It is to a great extent genetic but one can lower your risk by eating healthy, exercising regularly, keeping your brain active by doing things like puzzles, playing chess etc. More info on
http://www.ninds.nih.gov/disorders/alzheimersdisease/alzheimersdisease.htm
Dr Bets

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