Do you hear yourself or someone you love saying the words, "I can't remember" or “I don't remember” more frequently? Are you wondering if something seriously wrong may be starting to happen? Afraid to find out? Don’t really want to know what’s going on? YOU ARE NOT ALONE. That was me about seven years ago. By keeping things to myself and not getting any type of professional care for several years, I almost lost not only my mind but everything I owned. Thanks to a recent breakthrough in dementia studies and treatment, today I am recovering from early onset Alzheimer’s. That is correct. I am one of over four hundred people in the United States following the recently developed Bredesen Protocol, and as a result, my memory and my life are being restored to order.
There are hundreds of books that have been written about dementia. There are none, however, that have been written by someone who went through it and eventually found a solution. Prior to Dr. Dale Bredesen’s recently published book, The End of Alzheimer’s, I had not encountered any that have presented real hope. That is because until very recently there was no hope. Alzheimer's, and most other forms of dementia, has always been considered progressive, fatal and incurable.
That is simply no longer the case. People today are recovering. I am one of them. I have met and spoken to others. I have also met Dr. Bredesen, the man who with his team of researchers at UCLA and The Buck Institute in Marin County, California, made these recoveries possible, recoveries that until now did not exist. As that same highly regarded doctor has said, "We are living in the dawn of the Age of Reversible Alzheimer's."
In 2009, I began having serious problems with my memory. By 2012, I had been diagnosed with Early Onset Alzheimer's and my life was literally falling apart. I spent years living with fear and depression. I practically destroyed my finances through countless errors in my business and investments, severely compromising my family's financial future in the process. In 2014, almost broke and certain I would die within a few years, my wife and I moved to Mexico.
Later that year I learned of a treatment protocol for dementia that was having extraordinary success in reversing the symptoms of Alzheimer's. Eventually, I met the man responsible for its creation and began earnestly following the protocol as I understood it at that time. Within months my mind and my life started improving significantly. I am going to share with you the details of my descent into dementia and my subsequent ongoing recovery from it. My journey has been one that that until now had no return passage. It was always a one-way trip. The good news of this book is that this is no longer true.
There are thousands of people following this protocol today, and 80 percent of them are experiencing the same life-saving results that I am. In the few years since I met Dr. Bredesen he has continued to learn more about Alzheimer’s and has continued to refine his protocol, a treatment plan he now prefers to call RECODE (Reversing Cognitive Decline). In my mind, it will always be the Bredesen Protocol. To see and talk to the people practicing his program you would never guess they had ever suffered from dementia. The last two doctors I visited said basically the same thing about me.
There is a new case of Alzheimer's appearing every six or seven seconds. People are afraid and desperate for information. Almost every day there is another article about a “breakthrough” in the search for a cure and these headlines sell lots of newspapers and magazines. Unfortunately, while at a glance they seem so encouraging, the stories are often about studies that are years away from being available to humans. Others are based on theories and some merely present speculation.
Prior to the recent publication of Dr. Bredesen’s The End of Alzheimer’s, no one has come out and said, "We are reversing the symptoms of dementia" or even, "We have succeeded in halting the progression of the disease." Today many people, including myself, are saying exactly that.
If you can relate to a life that is suddenly beset with a whole host of problems that are the result of recurring incidents of memory loss, this book is for you. If you have suddenly found yourself full of memory-related fear, sadness, and depression, or if you are caring for a person in that situation, in these pages you will find HOPE and a way out.
Dementia does not announce itself. Rather, it enters your life like a thief in the night. A day at a time, a week at a time, an incident at a time, it slowly steals your life. No one wants to admit they might be losing their mind; the thought is too painful. And so, we remain silent.
The faster you face your problem, just that much faster will you recover. My intention is to provide you with information that will help you and the people who love you successfully cope with dementia and, more importantly, aid you in your recovery.
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