Prevent and reverse Alzheimer’s & dementia? People have done it.

 

Sharp Again Naturally was formed in 2012 to educate the public and the medical community about reversible causes of dementia, to advocate for a new protocol that tests for and treats them all, and to spread this good news:

  • Patients have been able to reverse symptoms of Alzheimer’s/dementia, often completely. Why don’t we hear about these turnarounds? Because the information is scattered and until now, no one has done the research to put all these cases together the way our filmmakers did.    http://sharpagain.org/resources/the-demonstration-research-project

                      

  • At least seven major factors are known to cause symptoms of Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia, but these factors are not generally addressed by neurologists or other MDs.
  • Nobody knows if a particular case of dementia is hopeless or not until all reversible factors have been tested for and either ruled out or treated. The Mayo Clinic, UCLA, and the Buck Institute for Research on Aging have issued statements that support this good news.

NEWSFLASH:  Diagnoses of Alzheimer’s/dementia reversed for the first time in a scientific study!  

In September 2014, UCLA and the Buck Institute for Research on Aging announced the results of a study, in which 9 out of the 10 subjects diagnosed with dementia have gotten their minds back. They used a protocol that took a multi-causal, multi-therapeutic approach that was almost identical to what we at Sharp Again have been advocating. For more information: http://sharpagain.org/resources/the-demonstration-research-project

We at Sharp Again encourage people not to give up. Our own extensive research and personal experiences have convinced us that there is real hope for millions of people.

If you decide to pursue that hope, where do you start?  Start with this hour-long presentation filmed in Hollywood FL below. Go through the whole thing once, then go back at your leisure to review sections as needed to help guide your further research.

Once you have this overview, you’ll find it easier to organize your thinking as you learn more specifics. Here’s what to do next:

  1. Continue educating yourself in the recommended protocols so you can collaborate with your healthcare professionals on your treatment. At your own pace, read and study the rest of this website. You may want to do this with a spouse, partner, or friend.
  2. Find a doctor who understands this holistic approach. Most medically educated doctors are not taught about these causative factors or how to treat them, so getting proper testing and treatment may take some doing. Sharp Again is building a medical advisory board and a database to help you find the help you need to embark on this course of action. To find physicians who understand how to follow the required protocols, go to functional medicine specialist, naturopath, or doctors who practice integrative medicine.
  3. Insist on a comprehensive diagnosis. Refuse to accept that a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s is incurable unless all reversible causes have been tested for and either ruled out or treated. Remember, dementia is not inevitable as we age. With proper treatment people diagnosed in their 90s have restored their minds. 
  4. Get Support. That means:
    1. Join a support group. In the next few months, Sharp Again hopes to launch an online support group as well as a local group in Westchester County NY.
    2. Take good care of yourself.  If you are a caregiver, your own health is paramount. Treat yourself gently and generously and take advantage of the resources that are there to help you.

 Disclaimer:  The information on this website is strictly for educational purposes and does not constitute medical advice. We at Sharp Again Naturally are educators and reporters, not medical professionals. Please consult with qualified medical professionals for your medical needs.