Alzheimer’s is a disease which affects millions of people worldwide. It is a type of dementia which causes severe damage of the nerve cells in the brain. The best way is prevention, however if you or a close one suffers from this condition, there are still things to do to soothe the symptoms and even regenerate some of the nerve cells. One of these methods is cold laser therapy, and more specifically coMra which is more than just a low level laser, it also includes a magnetic field, light therapy and (in Delta) ultrasound. Cold lasers have shown very good results when treating nerve damage but you will need to give the body some time to partially recover the loss of so many nerve cells.
Symptoms of Alzheimer’s
Which are the most common symptoms and body signs of Alzheimer’s? If you notice some of these, you will need to check the health of the brain and to see if this condition is the cause of the problem. The condition is developing in time, so not all the symptoms will be experienced simultaneously.
- Difficulty remembering new information
- Problems with planning and abstract thinking
- Being confused
- Thinking slowly
- Balance and space problems
- Problems with simple arithmetic
- Personality changes
- Irritation, mood swings and irregular bursts of anger
- Severe memory loss
- Being inadequate
- Propensity to wander
Which Factors Increase the Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease
The cause of Alzheimer’s is not clearly known as it obviously is not only physical. The emotions, thoughts and lifestyle habits are affecting the physical body and if there is an underlying emotional conflict expercined for years and years, at one point it will manifest in the body as a disease. Alzheimer’s might be a result of constant inflammation or accumulation of beta-amyloid plaque, however these are only the results of something which is very deep. In addition, look out also for some of these as factors which increase the risk of Alzheimer’s:
- Being 65 or older
- Diseases of the circulatory system
- Poor diet causing chronic inflammation
- Exposure to heavy metals
- Sleep problems
- Chronic stress
- Hormonal imbalances
- Sedentary lifestyle
- Injury of the head or the brain
- Gum disease
- Gut microbiome issues
In conclusion, everything which compromises the health of the brain can become a potential cause of Alzheimer’s in the late years. Taking good care of your emotional and mental state would be the best way to keep not only your brain healthy but the whole physical body.
Strategies to Prevent Alzheimer’s
There are some strategies to follow in order to prevent Alzheimer’s but there is no guarantee as the root cause of all diseases and conditions is the perception in the first place, either a perception of stress, danger, conflict, resistance, etc. On the obvious side, you can eat and live as healthy as possible to keep your physical body healthy, but try to turn towards your inner world and cleanse the invisible toxins in your mind and emotions too.
- Eating healthy and balanced
- Managing stress response
- Supporting the health of the heart
- Being physically and mentally active
- Good oral hygiene
- Cold (Low Level) Laser Therapy – coMra
Why Cold Laser Therapy for Alzheimer’s?
Low level lasers are totally safe and non-invasive, showing no negative side effects whatsoever. On the other hand, cold lasers are highly effective in supporting the healing processes in the body, inducing its own inherent abilities to heal and regenerate. In coMra, the laser is additionally supported by a magnetic field, light diodes and in coMra Delta, there is also ultrasound. All of these different radiences are coherently modulated to work together creating a field of energy which supports each cell which is receiving the irradiation. The cell then uses this available energy using it for its own needs as healing, recovery or regeneration. The coMra treatment protocol for Alzhemer’s is described in detail in the coMra User Guide under the name Neurology 1 and the whole protocol would take about 20 mins daily for at least two weeks. Of course, you can combine this particular protocol with other protocols if you need to treat more than one condition.
More Remedies for Alzheimer’s
- A balanced diet
- Regular exercising or walking
- A good quality sleep
- Lowering stress – coMra
- Alternative therapies like acupuncture, massage, Bowen, etc.
- Improving heart health – coMra
- Vitamins, herbs and supplements
- Good oral hygiene
- Social connection and being mentally active
- Removal of environmental risk factors
To start using coMra, first search your health issue in the coMra User Guide ( you can use the Web app, download the mobile version or as a pdf file). If you can find it, start applying the relevant to it treatment protocol. If you do not find it, start with coMra Universal 3 and coMra Universal 5 protocols. If you have questions and need support by an expert, please contact us.