Here’s How You Can Use Peanut Butter To Diagnose Alzheimer’s Disease

Here’s How You Can Use Peanut Butter To Diagnose Alzheimer’s Disease

You Can Test For Early Signs Of Alzheimer’s By Smelling Peanut Butter

On many different levels, the Alzheimer’s epidemic concerns more and more Americans each year. It’s already the most prevalent form of dementia, affecting 1.5% of the population of the United States. Shockingly, every single minute another person develops this debilitating disease for which there is no cure.

The disease worsens over time and eventually envelops the patient. Yet, because of the difficulties resulting from the necessary care, close friends and family members often become overwhelmed. The symptoms are well-documented. Like all of the other forms of dementia, Alzheimer’s causes a person to become disoriented, to behave erratically, have significant memory loss, and to live in a state of confusion. Other symptoms associated with Alzheimer’s are mobility and speech related.

While advances have been made in the battle against Alzheimer’s, the greatest strides seem to have come from the success in the area of diagnosis. The quicker the diagnosis and intervention, the higher the quality of life is. If this disease is detected early, studies show that a person suffering from Alzheimer’s will actually live longer.



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