Commonsense Approaches to Alzheimer's

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James F. Watson outlines common-sense approaches that he developed and refined over the years. He had the guts and foresight to use these techniques to reverse his wife's Alzheimer's Disease symptoms. On these pages you'll learn how AD can be prevented, how to reverse AD in its early stages, and even how to slow AD down and provide better quality of life for the victims of AD.
 

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Contents

The Great Mind Robber
11
What causes Alzheimers?
19
Alzheimers SelfTest
31
Before and after the cradle
47
Maximize family ties
57
Reinforce your mate
65
Keep in contact with your past
74
Enjoy those retirement years
81
Diet for good health
109
Paying attention pleasure pay big time
119
Human touch saves lives
128
Take control of your thought patterns
134
Go ahead get physical
143
Look for drugfree solutions
149
Reverse AD in early stages
153
Conflict of interest
160

Plasticity the brains ability to adapt
87
Those hardworking hormones
94
Dont let genes worry you
101
Taking control of our destinies
167
Chapter Resources
184
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About the author (2011)

James F. Watson is unique in the world of Alzheimer‚s research. When his wife Sandy began exhibiting symptoms of Alzheimer‚s Disease, he devoted his life to discovering ‚ for himself, independently of mainstream AD research ‚ the many causes of AD.During several years of intense effort, Watson began applying what he had discovered toward the goal of reversing Sandy‚s AD symptoms.Upon achieving that incredible goal, Watson felt he must share his findings with others. Commonsense Approaches to Alzheimer‚s was birthed.

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