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Alzheimers and photoluminescence
Posted by: laura
Date: November 25, 2011 10:26 PM

I recently heard about some amazing results using photoluminescence with Alzheimers patients and I am considering this treatment for my mother. I was curious of any known impact of this on her current medications. She is on a blood thinner -- warfarim -- for a PE she had six months ago. She is also on the "standard" ALZ meds -- Aricept and Namenda. I understand that this type of treatment has not been specificaly tested on ALZ patients yet but if it improves my Mom's already limited functionality, I'm willing to try it.

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Re: Alzheimers and photoluminescence
Posted by: drron
Date: November 26, 2011 4:42 AM

Alzheimer's is impossible to absolutely distinguish from plain dementia without a brain biopsy, but of course it can be strongly suspected in life but is usually diagnosed only at autopsy. Regardless of cause, severe dementia is very hard to successfully treat. Megavitamin therapy has something to offer as do some of the complementary medicine intravenous therapies (chelation, vitamin C, and hydrogen peroxide). Photoluminescence falls into a parallel category. There is no cure for sever dementia, Alzheimer's or otherwise, but a good rule of thumb to use is: if you try it and it helps, keep it up. I am interested to know the results you achieve. Please keep me informed.

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