Alzheimer’s Disease Discussed In Upcoming Documentary
As you probably know, Alzheimer’s disease is no laughing matter. It’s killing more than 50 million people around the world right now. It’s probably impacting your family or someone that you know.
As death rates from heart disease, cancer and other leading causes of death are dropping around the world today, Alzheimer’s disease is the one glaring exception. Death rates from Alzheimer’s disease are skyrocketing around the world. Finland, Iceland and the United States have the highest rates in the world. Regional hot spots also exist, including the state of Washington in the U.S.
Neurological diseases are the fastest-growing cause of death in the world today. If we had accurate mortality statistics, we would likely find that Alzheimer’s disease is already the number one killer around the world.
Alzheimer’s disease is the only major cause of death with no known prevention or cure. Its progression is unstoppable.
Dementia is a term used to describe a wide range of symptoms associated with the most common forms of neurological disease, including Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease and Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease. They’re all part of the same disease spectrum—known as prion disease. The discussion is less confusing if we refer to them all as prion disease.
Prions are a deadly form of protein associated with several forms of neurological disease. Stanley Prusiner earned the Nobel Prize in physiology in 1996 for his pioneering work on prions. Unfortunately, his earth-shattering science has been ignored and a global health epidemic has ensued.
There are many factors contributing to the global surge in Alzheimer’s disease. Age and genetics play a role, but it’s smaller than you realize. Due to mismanagement and misinformation, people from some regions of the world are at a higher risk than others. These hot spots speak of an environmental disease not one driven by age and genetics.
The good news is that many foods are promising treatments that can extend the quality of life for those who have Alzheimer’s disease. Stay tuned. Our documentary will shed light on the causes of neurodegenerative disease. It also explores ways that you can help prevent it and treat it in your family. We still have room for testimonials, sponsors and investors.
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