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I Have Alzheimer’s or Another Dementia
Alzheimer’s & Seizures
PLEASE READ THIS IN ITS ENTIRETY:
This is the most current research of Alzheimer’s and seizures I could find (March 2019) a few weeks ago from Baylor Medical School. It is comprehensive and excellent. It’s important to “read all of it.” Especially pay attention to the treatment part toward the end and the very end where they think seizure treatment might even control the progression of Alzheimer’s. Here is the link:
Members in the Clinical Trials board might be more familiar with what you are asking, EHC.
In 2016 an MIT researcher discovered that mice exposed for one hour a day to light that flickers at 40 cycles per second, stimulates the removal of amyloid plaques from the brain. 40 cycles per second or Hz is the frequency of brain waves during REM sleep.
Early and very small trials of Focused Ultrasound (Sunnybrook) to treat essential tremour from Parkinsons had a noted side benefit, improved cognition and memory.
Bright light therapy has helped people with sundowning and a wave of light that is past red that we can see is called Near InfraRed light, it occurs naturally in sunlight and appears to have a neuroprotective effect.