These are succinct, accessible films that explain much of our current knowledge about Alzheimer’s.
Research is showing some promising results in animal models. The best of these are finding ways to reactivate metabolic and immunologic pathways that have broken down and caused injury and death of brain neurons.
In the meantime, neurofeedback seems to help many with progressive dementia stabilize their brain function.
This paper seems to show real breakthrough potential for the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimers Disease. These findings are in mice and human applications are years in the future, but this approach looks as promising as anything that I have seen in a long while.
In the meantime, anecdotal and case report evidence shows that neurofeedback has the potential to stabilize the brains of those with dementia disorders.