A new approach to treating dementia and mild cognitive impairment (MCI) has had promising results, reversing brain decline in eighty percent of patients. In some cases, patients have increased their cognitive scores from the dementia range to normal.
A team of doctors from three different institutes was looking at innovative ways to treat dementia that differs from the conventional treatment approach. Conventional treatments that use a single treatment modality often have poor results due to their one-size-fits-all approach. Currently, treatments for dementia and Alzheimer’s disease do not improve the condition but at best slow down cognitive decline.
The three different …
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