What is Alzheimer’s Disease?
Alzheimer syndrome is caused by the progressive death of brain cells. It often results from a certain combination of genetic, behavioural and environmental factors.
Affected by this disease, the brain loses its cells and connections between them. Along with cells dying, the brain undergoes certain shrinkage. At first, the only symptoms of this process are mild confusion or increasing forgetfulness. However, in time, Alzheimer’s Disease robs a patient of most of the memories. If a person does not undergo a serious Alzheimer therapy, he or she starts suffering from disorientation, speaking and writing problems, social withdrawal, anxiety and depression. Patients suffering from this disease lose their ability to think and reason, make judgements and decisions, plan and perform even simple tasks.
How Regenerative Stem Cells Therapy can help with Treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease?
Cell-based therapy aims to restore degenerated neuronal networks, and consequently cognitive function, through the introduction of stem cells. Various scientific research asserts that stem cells make a great contribution to rebuilding damaged nerve fibres. These stem cells may be used as a cellular delivery system, utilising a paracrine “bystander” mechanism through either native or induced production of neuroprotective growth factors. Alternatively, therapeutic restoration may occur through differentiation and participation of the stem cells in repopulating damaged neuronal circuits. This is a finely balanced, complex, and multi step process, with great potential benefit for those suffering from Alzheimer’s Disease.
A clinical trial showed such therapeutic effects of stem cell transplantation in treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease as:
• increasing acetylcholine levels to improve cognition and memory;
• modulation of neuroplasticity and neurogenesis due to secreting neurotrophic factors by stem cells;
• increasing neuronal survival and neuronal differentiation;
• improving neuropathological and behavioural recovery;
• activation of microglia (glial cells that are located throughout the brain and spinal cord, and act as the first and main form of active immune defence in the central nervous system)
What are the top Benefits of Non-surgical Regenerative Treatments?
With so many options out there, you may be wondering what benefits choosing Non-surgical Regenerative Treatments provides. Over all Regenerative treatments are minimally invasive, non-surgical same day procedures with no risk of rejection, minimal recovery time and minimal worry. You are fully awake and ready to go home within a few hours after injections in the affected area.
Here are the top benefits to be aware of: