Brain-saving habit for your Alzheimer’s prevention strategy

There is still no cure for Alzheimer’s.

Despite all of the research, science doesn’t seem to be any closer to a cure. At least not one that can turn back the damage the disease does to one’s brain… or works like an immunization to afford solid brain protection for those of us unscathed so far.

Some medicines are designed to help slow the progression, giving a patient perhaps a few more years of dignified living and precious memories.

Does that mean you’re doomed to end up with this dreaded disease? No. You can stand up to it…

Science has proven that there are several important Alzheimer’s prevention strategies that you can use, like:

  • Exercising
  • Eating healthy
  • Stopping smoking
  • Practicing brain training
  • Watching your weight and blood sugar
  • Maintaining healthy blood pressure and cholesterol
  • Avoiding excess alcohol

And, now, according to new research at the University of Bergen, there’s one more thing you need to add to that list — religiously practicing good oral hygiene.

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The important connection between your mouth and your brain

The team of scientists discovered that brushing and flossing don’t just help you avoid cavities, by preventing gum disease or gingivitis, you can also stave off Alzheimer’s.

You don’t only avoid holes in your teeth by keeping good oral hygiene, researchers at the University of Bergen have discovered a clear connection between gum disease and Alzheimer’s disease.

Researchers had previously found that the bacteria that cause gingivitis can move from the mouth to the brain where the harmful enzymes they excrete can destroy the nerve cells in the brain. However, that process had never been proven in humans.

But, now thanks to those Bergen researchers, we have DNA evidence that gingivitis can lead to Alzheimer’s.

They studied 53 people with Alzheimer’s and found the enzymes from those gingivitis-causing bacteria in a whopping 96 percent of their brains. Yup, a full 96 percent of the people who were diagnosed with Alzheimer’s had gingivitis bacteria that had moved to their brains.

If that’s not enough proof to conclude that gingivitis leads to Alzheimer’s, I’m not sure what is and neither are the researchers.

They say that we can now say for sure that gum disease plays a decisive role in whether a person develops Alzheimer´s or not.

The researchers did point out that the bacteria alone is not causing Alzheimer´s. But if you have gingivitis, it significantly raises your risk of developing the disease substantially and can lead to a more rapid progression of the disease.

The researchers were even able to develop a drug based on the research that blocks the enzyme’s activity on the brain from the gingivitis bacteria. They have plans to test the drug later this year, which means there could actually be an effective Alzheimer’s prevention drug on the market soon.

But, while we’re waiting, it’s important to note that this study shows that there are some things you can add to your Alzheimer´s prevention list…

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Brush your teeth, floss, plus one more tip for better memory

Based on these results, the researchers say that one of the most important things you can do to avoid Alzheimer’s and preserve your memory is to brush your teeth and floss.

And, if you already have gingivitis or have Alzheimer´s in your family, you should go to your dentist regularly to have your teeth and gums cleaned and checked.

In addition to practicing good oral hygiene and the other scientifically-proven Alzheimer’s prevention strategies we talked about, there’s one more thing you can do to keep your memory sharp as you age…

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Phosphatidylserine actually works to rejuvenate your brain cells and research shows it has the power to roll back up to 12 years of mental decline and boost your memory by 44 percent.

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Virginia Tims-Lawson

By Virginia Tims-Lawson

Virginia Tims-Lawson has dedicated her life to researching and studying natural health after her mother had a stroke that left her blind in one eye at the age of 47, and her grandmother and two great uncles died from heart attacks. Spurred by her family history, Virginia’s passion to improve her and her family’s health through alternative practices, nutrients and supplements has become a mission she shares through her writing. She is founder of the nutritional supplement company Peak Pure & Natural®.