Despite popular wisdom saying it is impossible to turn it around and the failure of allopathic medicine to do anything but throw drugs at the problem, dementia, including the Alzheimer’s form, is reversible.
This week’s guest, Dr. Heather Sandison, is a Naturopathic doctor who specializes in neurocognitive medicine and neurohacking. She has been trained by Dr. Dale Bredesen, and works every day to not only treat those afflicted with dementia, but actually help them reverse it and return to their homes even after being institutionalized due to cognitive decline.
Dr. Sandison’s message is…There IS hope! It’s not easy, and you must start as early as possible, but Alzheimer’s can be reversed.
What you’ll learn in this episode
2:53 There is hope even once dementia has been diagnosed.
4:49 Witnessing miracles of dementia reversal and creating a place and space to help make them happen
7:53 The importance of working with a health coach to prevent dementia, because that is the ideal
9:14 If there is a diagnosis, start the reversal process as early as possible because the changes in the brain happen decades before symptoms arise
11:25 The comprehensive plan to reverse Alzheimer’s
17:17 The role of genetics
19:30 Why AZ drugs are a dismal failure
21:28 Caretakers – care for yourselves first!
27:34 Infections that can contribute to the development of Alzheimer’s include herpes simplex
34:21 Can COVID brain also be treated?
36:20 Success is possible - Don’t be overwhelmed
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Next week, we will be learning from Dr. Felice Gersh, an OB-Gyn who specializes in integrative medicine. If you’re concerned about the fact that women are three times more likely to develop dementia as men, you will learn why in our interview that focuses on the role of hormones. More importantly, you’ll learn what you can do to mitigate the risk.