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Re: Question..please help re: alzheimer's, depression

Posted by rjlockhart37 on February 19, 2020, at 0:51:59

In reply to Question..please help re: alzheimer's, depression, posted by jay2112 on February 17, 2020, at 12:08:31

saw your post, i did research on google, and bing, other search engines, the only ones that you said that treat early stage of dementia: Rivastigmine and galantamine, they are mild stages, there cognitive enhancer like memantine, but there for mild moderate symptoms, i did some other search engines, some of them sai off label use of certain antipsychotics, only certain ones, there's others that worsen alzheimer's and dementia terribly. My grandmother had dementia, she thought i was her son, and she once a while, when she was living with us, she woke and had books gathered, and said she had to go school. Some old teacher from long ago, she said was given her an assignment she had to turn in.. At times, she would not be coherent and have scrambled thinking, you would tell her something , and within 5 min she would forget it. She was sweet, and kind even with it. But she was on memantine, it made her irritable, aricept was worse. But that is end stages, or moderate severe case.

Rivastigmine and galantamine are treatments for dementia not alzheimer's, from what i researched. There's all this other jumk with herbal remedies like ginko biblioka and other psychoactive herbal medications. But i truly don't think they would work effectively, maybe as small add to a medication, but it could interfere.

I never was a herbal or brain medications you would by at vitamin shops, only ones are like l-tyrosine, and direct neurotransmitter precursors. On a side note, just from me, .... nicotine, not smoking, but you could take the lounges, nicotine is known to improve cognitive functions somewhat through nicotinic acetylcholine receptor, but it only lasts about 30-45 min

that's all i can find, or give advice on, not treatment advisor, this is just pulled up research. Hope this helps.


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