Ominous headline – here it is in full: For Alzheimer’s Sufferers, Brain Inflammation Ignites a Neuron-Killing “Forest Fire”1
It is an appropriate analogy.
“The accumulating evidence that inflammation is a driver of this disease is enormous,” says Paul Morgan, a professor of immunology and a member of the Systems Immunity Research Institute at Cardiff University in Wales. “It makes very good biological sense.”
The article goes on to explore some possible contributors to brain inflammation, including dental infections and genetics. These are very common causes.
There are more, and are detailed in a white paper on the inflamed brain I put together. Please have a read to get a broader explanation. Other factors in developing include diet (junk oils and high blood sugar), poor gut health, and toxins (mold, heavy metals).
Don’t be asleep at the wheel
The reason I put together the whitepaper mentioned above, is that this fire described in the title start very small – almost unnoticeable. Signs are
Brain fog, depression, anxiety, mental exhaustion, and the like are all signs the brain is underperforming. It is further highly likely that inflammation is involved.
The time to take action is precisely at the point when you notice symptoms such as these.
Far too few numbers of people understand that we have
Diet, supplements, and improvements in areas such as sleep can have profound contributions.
Where to start
The strategy, and basis for it, requires a deeper format than a blog post, please start with the whitepaper. It has 20+ pages worth of background and diet/supplement interventions.
In the whitepaper is also a new custom made formulation combining a ginseng derivative with a B vitamin precursor. It is used in specialty clinics and application to reverse the course of advanced brain inflammation cases (mold/Lyme disease/etc). We have seen fantastic early results with our patients – improved work performance, improved busy mom performance, and improved sleep. To witness this has been exciting, again, please have a read of the whitepaper and then contact us for more info.