Dementia has started hitting Indians

Approximately, 4 million people have some form of dementia. If we talk about the worldwide figures, it is 44 million people and more.

What is Alzheimer?

Unfortunately, Alzheimer is a progressive disorder. It turns the brain cells to die, robbing all the memory of a person, slowly and gradually. It is often termed or detected as the initial stage of dementia. There is a progressive decline in the thought process, social skills, human behaviour and identification of things. If dementia is not detected or treated during the initial stage, it can turn out to be worse in the long-run. It is common for older adults to have dementia disorders, but recent studies have found middle-aged people diagnosed with dementia. We suggest treating Alzheimer right at the day it is diagnosed.

Alzheimer Causes

Alzheimer Causes

Scientific factors:
  • Tangles of the nerve cells or nerve damage
  • Neurofibrillary tangles
  • Beta-amyloid plaques deposition in the brain
Genetic factors:
  • Having one form of APOE gene or chromosome results in dementia
Lifestyle factors:
  • Obesity
  • Lack of exercise
  • Poor lifestyle habits
  • Poor quality of sleep
  • Poor diet
Environmental factors:
  • Exposure to some insects carrying certain bacteria or infection
  • Long term exposure to solvents present in the environment
Other factors:
  • Ageing
  • Head injury
  • High blood pressure
  • High cholesterol
  • Hereditary history

Alzheimer Symptoms during early detection of dementia

  • Mild forgetfulness often referred to short term memory loss
  • Increased level of anxiety
  • Distrust on the family members and friends
  • Perplexity about the date, time and place
  • Difficulty in making communication
  • Inability to perform everyday tasks
  • Repeating questions or statements over and again
  • Disinterest or inability of grabbing or mugging new things
Alzheimer Symptoms during early detection of dementia
Alzheimer Symptoms when it’s progressing

Alzheimer Symptoms when it’s progressing

  • Difficulty in accepting things
  • Difficulty in remembering the names of family members or close relatives
  • Loss of appetite or eating over and again
  • Short tempered nature
  • Mood swings and aggression
  • Sleeplessness
  • Trying to escape
  • Quick short term loss
  • Unable to communicate or speak

Home remedies for treating Alzheimer: Ayurveda suggests

  • Ashwagandha properties are recently considered best for fighting with Alzheimer
  • Regular intake of sesame, pumpkin and sunflower seeds
  • Intake of Chota-san herbal mixture
  • Nasal drops of sesame oil twice a day
  • Intake of blueberries as soon as you turn 40
  • Intake of Omega 3 fatty acid foods
  • Trying aromatherapy or meditation for the betterment of brain cells
  • Exercising daily, brain exercise and solving brain puzzles aid to a certain level
Home remedies for treating Alzheimer: Ayurveda suggests


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Alzheimer and Ayurveda

The imbalance of Tridosha (Vata, Pitta and Kapha) and Triguna (Sattva, Raja and Tama) in a specific way leads to the impairment of brain cells resulting in dementia. This is called the progressive disorder of the three main factors, i.e. buddhi, mann and indriya. Ayurveda has always understood the root cause of any disease for treating it. At Satved, we have an expert panel of Alzheimer specialists who manage dementia of its initial stage and stops the progression of the disorder.