The Alzheimer’s Answer

The Alzheimer's Answer: Reduce Your Risk and Keep Your Brain Healthy

The Alzheimer’s Answer: Reduce Your Risk and Keep Your Brain Healthy

Reduce Your Risk and Keep Your Brain Healthy

A front-line researcher offers cutting-edge advice on preventing and slowing the progress of Alzheimer’s.

Drawing on the most up-to-date information available on the disease as well as experiences from his clinical practice, Dr. Marwan Sabbagh, a leading expert in Alzheimer’s research, translates the current ideas driving Alzheimer’s treatment into practical information you can use to determine your risk and develop a prevention strategy. You’ll find tools for assessing your personal Alzheimer’s risk and “What You Can Do” sections to help you keep your brain and body healthy, plus information on the treatment of Alzheimer’s and its complications.

  • Gives you the most up-to-date information on Alzheimer’s and Alzheimer’s prevention
  • Written by a neurologist specializing in geriatric neurology and dementia who is one of the country’s leading experts in Alzheimer’s research
  • Includes exciting revelations, such as finding that early onset Alzheimer’s can be significantly slowed in its progress, giving the patient as many as ten to fifteen added years of quality life

There are an estimated 5.2 million people living with Alzheimer’s in America today. If you or someone you love is at risk of developing the disease or wishes to slow its advancement, this book will give you vital information to help you reduce risk and safeguard health and quality of life.

Editorial Reviews

From Publishers Weekly

This sobering review of the current research on and recommendations for Alzheimer’s argues for identifying and combating risk factors decades before symptoms appear. Like other major conditions affected by obesity, high blood pressure and cholesterol levels, among others, Alzheimer’s is growing at a rapidly increasing rate. Neurologist Sabbagh has been involved in many important Alzheimer’s research trials and founded the Sun Health Research Institute’s Cleo Roberts Center, a facility for studying age-related diseases, located in the geriatric community–dense Sun City area of Phoenix. He explains the mechanisms by which the brain undergoes devastating changes that manifest as Alzheimer’s; the differences between age-related memory loss, Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia; and ways to assess genetic liabilities and risk factors from lifestyle choices. Although treatment goals and expectations for those with Alzheimer’s are modest, Sabbagh says most risk factors can be offset well before retirement age through diet, physical and mental exercise, brain-specific supplements and, in some cases, medications that lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels, manage blood sugar and decrease inflammation. Sabbagh covers such concerns as exposure to toxic substances linked to neurological conditions and suggests many potent weapons to counteract development of brain plaque: omega-3 fatty acids, resveratrol, quercetin, folic acid, huperzine A, green tea and curcumin, among others. A guide to symptoms, diagnosis and treatment will prove helpful to patients and their families, while an overview of new drugs that could halt progression and possibly heal damaged brain cells offers hope for the future. (Feb.)  Copyright © Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

One Response to “The Alzheimer’s Answer”

  1. Barbara says:

    Dear Sir,
    I read with great interest in your comments. My husband was dx with dementia the alzheimers type. This was 3 years ago and he was put on Aricept for memory loss. He could not remember from one room to the other. I researched Coconut oil, B12, and tumeric. he started it 2 weeks ago, I am absoluty amazed by his progress. He walks better, and his memory is greatly improved. His cognitve skills are about an 8 on a scale from 1-10, before they were almost non exsistent. i have done a lot of the tests that the Dr. did and he can now do them,except the numbers. I j just wanted to share with you, what you are saying is very possible.
    Thank you for taking your time to read this. If you have any questions please feel free to mail me with any questions you may have.


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