Another Idea for Alzheimer’s If You Tried Everything Else
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You also experience an increase of luteinizing hormone (LH) and follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) as you age. Women see these changes after menopause. LH and FSH increase estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone.
In this book, the author found a connection between increase LH and Alzheimer’s disease.
Interestingly, smoking cigarettes and ibuprofen reduce LH and Alzheimer’s risk. Now, I’m definitely not saying you should start taking ibuprofen and smoking cigarettes to prevent AD.
The drug Lupron—which is used for endometriosis, fibroids, prostate cancer, and breast cancer—also decreases the risk of Alzheimer’s. Lupron also happens to lower LH. However, Lupron has numerous adverse side effects.
There is one drug without side effects that can also increase LH—melatonin. Melatonin is stimulated by darkness, and it helps you get into a deep sleep. It also helps stimulate your immune system and offers powerful antioxidant properties.
Melatonin has significant effects when it comes to reducing Alzheimer’s risk in women. Men can also see some benefits when taking much larger amounts of melatonin.
Here is what the book recommends for reducing Alzheimer’s risk.
– Females: 75mg of melatonin per day
– Males: 120 mg of melatonin per day
– 300mg pregnenolone
– 3tsp MCT oil
– Regular exercise
Always check with your doctor before applying any of this information. This is just to educate you on these interesting links between hormones and Alzheimer’s disease.
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Thanks for watching. I hope this video enlightened you on some interesting ways that may help with the prevention of Alzheimer’s disease.