When it comes to Alzheimer/dementia, do not depend solely on your physician, neurologist or gerontologist. Do research by reading and looking at a variety of helpful therapies. With just a little effort on your part, it is easy to surpass the knowledge of these professionals and what is best for your loved one.

Here are 4 suggested readings:

  • Alzheimer and Dementia Coaching: Taking a system’s approach to creating an Alzheimer’s-Friendly Healthcare Workforce by Ethelle G. Lord, DM
  • Awakening from Alzheimer’s: How 9 Maverick Doctors are Reversing Alzheimer’s by Peggy Sarlin
  • The Coconut Oil & Low-Carb Solution for Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and Other Diseases by Mary Newport, MD
  • Contented Dementia by Oliver James, MD
Alzheimer's and Dementia Coaching: Taking a system's approach to creating an Alzheimer's-Friendly Healthcare Workforce

Alzheimer and Dementia Coaching
Ethelle G. Lord, DM

contented dementia

Contented Dementia
Oliver James, MD

 

All drugs and supplements may have side effects. It is important to let the lead physician know about intake and changes in a health regimen. Look for side effects and how common they may be. Also double check on the recommended dose and how often can it be reduced or increased for ultimate benefits. Blood profiles are very helpful to track progress or possible health problems.

Seriously consider The 4 Horsemen for good health or the Foundation for Good Health by Natalia Bragg who has over 50 years experience as a herbalist. Request a list via email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Here are suggested therapies to ease tension, stress and promote healing:

Along with this information, please let the doctor know so you can form a stronger team in providing the best possible dementia care to someone you love. Always question and research any pharmaceutical prescriptions the doctor may want to administer to someone diagnosed with Alzheimer/dementia. Avoid administering any medications that affect brain functions for some living with dementia.