Stem Cell Therapy for Alzheimer’s
In the case of Alzheimer’s, the brain shrinks as it loses cells and the connections between them. Patients suffering from this disease lose their ability to think, reason, make judgments, decisions, plan, and even perform simple tasks.
Until recently, it was widely believed that damaged brain tissue was a permanent condition.
However, there are documented cases of regenerating brain cells and improving neurological function. In fact, a growing number of reports indicate that stem cells have the ability to stimulate the generation of new neurons, oligodendrocytes, and astrocytes.
If there is damage to areas of the brain that regulate memory, concentration, attention, and speech – stem cell treatment can drastically help by improving blood and oxygen flow.
Stem Cell treatments can often be thought of as a medical time machine, reversing the damage that has grown over time.