What are Neurodegenerative Diseases?
When someone you LOVE is diagnosed with a neurodegenerative disease such Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s, it can be some of the most devastating, overwhelming news to ever hear.
These debilitating and soul destroying conditions, erode the very fabric of the sufferer and can devastate not only the individual but close family, their loved ones and friends. A person’s quality of life decays.
Neurodegenerative diseases are illnesses that affect your neurons, the cellular building blocks of your nervous system. These diseases cause symptoms such as:
- Loss of cognitive function
- Memory problems
- Abnormal behaviors
- Emotional changes
- Muscle rigidity
- Balance problems
- Impaired speech
Neurons don’t regenerate like other cells in your body; once they’re damaged or destroyed, the loss is permanent. Neurodegenerative diseases are usually progressive and, currently, there are no cures for conditions like Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and similar diseases.
What is Alzheimer’s disease?
Alzheimer’s is the most common neurodegenerative disease, as well as the most common type of dementia. Alzheimer’s is a progressive condition where changes in your brain and the development of plaques and tangles trigger memory loss, confusion, disorientation, mood disturbances, and other troublesome symptoms.
Medical researchers don’t know exactly what triggers Alzheimer’s. However, they have observed that when the cells in your brain start to break down or their function is impaired, the breakdowns in one part of your brain can spread to other areas causing progressive symptoms.
What is Parkinson’s Disease?
Parkinson’s disease is another common neurodegenerative disease. It affects your dopamine-producing neurons in a part of your brain called the substantia nigra.
Early Parkinson’s symptoms are usually physical and include tremors, muscle rigidity, and bradykinesia (slow movements). As your condition progresses and spreads through your brain, you may develop cognitive changes, fatigue, depression, anxiety, and delusions.
How does NAD Therapy Treat Neurodegenerative Diseases?
Neurodegenerative diseases begin with impaired cellular function and energy production, which are precisely what NAD therapy corrects and improves. When you receive NAD therapy, your body is given the molecules it needs to generate energy within your cells to improve function. As your neurons become stronger, they’re better able to resist the degeneration of your disease.
Benefits of Neurorestorative Treatment
Bridgeway Institute offers a neurorestorative treatment centered around the delivery of NAD+. While NAD therapy isn’t a cure for neurodegenerative diseases, many patients report improved symptoms. Our patients are reporting:
- Tremors Diminishing
- Increase in mobility and strength
- Improvement of speech
- Clarity of thought
- Decrease in muscle aches and pains
If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with a neurodegenerative disease, call Bridgeway Institute to learn more about NAD+ therapy and how improving your health at the cellular level can increase your overall wellness and reduce your symptoms.
*results may vary
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