The 10 WARNING Signs of Dementia

Learn more about dementia and Alzheimer’s, the ten warning signs of dementia, and how to bulletproof yourself against Alzheimer’s.

The REAL Cause of Alzheimer’s Is NOT Amyloid Plaque in the Brain:


0:00 Introduction: Understanding Alzheimer’s
1:50 Top early dementia symptoms
5:10 What causes Alzheimer’s?
7:07 Is Alzheimer’s genetic?
11:07 Natural things to do for Alzheimer’s
17:55 Learn more about the cause of dementia!

Today I want to cover the ten warning signs of dementia, as well as some additional information about Alzheimer’s disease.

Top early signs of dementia:
1. Changes in language and communication
2. Difficulty navigating
3. Sensory problems
4. Constipation
5. Personality changes
6. Mood changes
7. Memory loss
8. Difficulty with problem-solving
9. A loss of awareness
10. Repeating things often

It turns out that the theory that amyloid plaquing in the brain causes Alzheimer’s may not be as solid as we once thought. But, other promising theories are emerging.

There is an alternative theory that Alzheimer’s is a lysosome storage problem. The lysosome is a part of the cell that helps clean up damaged proteins and recycles them into new building blocks.

The theory is that this part of the cell is broken. The process of the lysosome cleaning up damaged protein and recycling it is called autophagy.

Alzheimer’s is multifaceted. There are a lot of different things that can lead to this problem. If your parent or grandparent has Alzheimer’s, you could potentially have a weakness within your genetics.

This doesn’t mean that you will get Alzheimer’s, but that this gene could turn on, leaving you at risk. Thankfully, there are a lot of things you can do to help keep this gene from turning on.

Natural factors that help keep Alzheimer’s in check:
1. Change your fuel to ketones
2. Increase autophagy
3. Consume omega-3 fatty acids
4. Reduce heavy metals in your body
5. Methylation (consume B12 and folate)
6. Talk to your doctor about stopping certain medications
7. Get plenty of certain vitamins and try Lion’s mane (vitamins A, D, B1, C, E, and K1)



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Thanks for watching! I hope this helps you better understand Alzheimer’s and the ten warning signs of dementia. I’ll see you in the next video.

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