Can the Effects of Early Alzheimer's Be Reversed?
Abundant research shows significant benefits of many non-pharmaceutical approaches to reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s, or even to reverse the effects of early-stage disease. Those with pre-clinical or mild cognitive impairment are most likely to benefit from these approaches. RE:mind is a science-based program that combines all of these promising approaches into a comprehensive, personalized plan based on each individual’s specific biologic and genetic factors.
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Across the globe, there has been an increased incidence of Alzheimer’s disease and cognitive impairment in the populace. More than 5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s disease, and it is estimated that every 66 seconds a new person in the US develops the disease. The prevalence of Alzheimer’s disease is so significant that it […]Read Our Blog Contact Us
Integrative Medicine: Healing the Brain Through Scientifically Tested, Whole Body Treatment (part 1)
In the world of health care, medicine can take the forms of conventional medicine, alternative medicine, complementary medicine, or a hybrid called integrative medicine. Conventional medicine typically includes pharmaceutical or over the counter drugs, therapeutic exercises, and/or surgical interventions. Conventional medicine is what many Americans encounter in hospitals and clinics. While conventional medicine can sometimes […]Read Our Blog Contact Us
Integrative Medicine: Healing the Brain Through Scientifically Tested, Whole Body Treatment (part 2)
AFFIRMATIVhealth is a physician-owned company offering the RE:mind program, an integrative approach to taking control of your own cognitive health. We have a supportive team that includes both alternative and conventional practitioners, working in conjunction with your own treating physician, to provide you with a scientifically rooted, integrative road map for improved cognitive health. […]Read Our Blog Contact Us
Alzheimer’s disease is often discussed as a general condition occurring at any time in a person’s life span. However, Alzheimer’s disease can be classified more specifically based on age of occurrence, as early-onset or late-onset Alzheimer’s. Early-onset Alzheimer’s disease is generally defined as Alzheimer’s disease diagnosed before age 65, and late-onset diagnosed at age […]Read Our Blog Contact Us