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The Key to the Alzheimer’s Puzzle

Consequences for effective prevention and chance of cure at an early stage

Anyone can develop Alzheimer’s disease. Former professional athletes, US presidents, philosophers, top managers, Housewives. At first glance, there seems to be only one common denominator: older age, which is commonly considered the main cause or risk factor for Alzheimer’s disease. But this simple view has since been debunked as false, as I wrote in “The Alzheimer’s lie – The truth about a preventable disease” explain. On the contrary, human beings are designed by nature to remain mentally fit until the highest age. So there must be another explanation. To find these, I put in years of work many thousands of research results together like a puzzle. The spectacular picture that came out of it, I have as a “General Explanation of Alzheimer’s Disease Etiology” (in English: Unified Theory of Alzheimer’s Disease, UTAD) published internationally scientifically. This is the first time that all risk factors have been included in a (bio-)logical context. This allows us to take a completely new look at Alzheimer’s and has far-reaching consequences:

First: Alzheimer’s is a deficiency disease

The cause of the global increase in Alzheimer’s disease is not due to the fact that mostof us are getting older and older, but how. Alzheimer’s disease is caused by the fact that our current way of life is increasingly is less in line with our needs, which have evolved over many millennia. The resulting deficiencies damage our brain center for experiential knowledge in a special way: Instead of growing according to its natural potential throughout its life, it shrinks. The disturbance of the natural growth leads not only to an increasing loss of memory capacity and resilience (mentalresistance), but also to an increase in the risk of Alzheimer’s disease.

Second: Alzheimer’s is preventable

Any single deficit, such as a lack of exercise, of vitamins or trace elements, but also of social contacts and regeneration is enough to stop the natural growth of our memory center. impede and, as a result, increase the risk of Alzheimer’s disease. Thus, there are almost as many causes, how there are different lifestyles. Studies in which only individual measures were used to prevent Alzheimer’s are carried out must therefore fail or have only moderate success, because after all, almost every person has his or her individual combination of deficits (risk factors), which must be recognized and remedied. Only such a targeted approach can effectively prevent Alzheimer’s disease (as well as many other diseases of civilization). effectively prevented.

Third: Medications cannot compensate for disease-causing deficiencies

For the same reasons, Alzheimer’s is not expected to be cured by a drug, which is also explains the failure of all clinical trials to date. After all, no drug can be a eliminate fundamental deficit caused by a certain way of life. That would be something like this, like trying to make a plant that is suffering from a lack of water by using a plant protection product to flourish again. Simply hoping for a “brain protectant” , i.e. medication, is therefore not a This is a good life strategy if you want to remain brain-healthy at an advanced age.

Fourth: Curative therapy is nevertheless possible

Because of the natural growth and regeneration potential of our brain center for experiential knowledge (where the Alzheimer’s disease process begins), at least in the early stages of the disease should still receive a curative therapy be possible. The derived “Alzheimer Therapy according to Nehls (ATNN)” I have added to my non-fiction book “Alzheimer’s is curable – Back to a healthy life in good time” for laymen and doctors alike described. The ATNN is now supported by a growing Network of doctors offered. That through The fact that Alzheimer’s can be successfully treated by specifically eliminating the individual causes of the disease has now been established.meanwhile in the USA and Germany been shown. In all of these cases, Alzheimer’s patients who recovered in the early phases of the disease, their ability to cope with everyday life also returned along with their ability to remember.

Fifth: Education is necessary

This medical sensation confirms my definition of Alzheimer’s as a deficiency disease. In addition, these provide therapeutic successes, since they could only take place after the elimination of causal deficits through self-healing, a that with the same strategy a preventive lifestyle can also be successfully implemented. would have to prevent Alzheimer’s disease. Through education and a fundamental rethinking, away from the mistaken belief in the of future medicines and towards more autonomy and self-responsibility, a great deal of suffering can be prevented, both individually and socially. and socially, a great deal of suffering can be prevented – and is already being prevented.

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