1. Breakthrough CRACKS the ‘Alzheimer’s code’… and helps SAVE your brain from these ‘killers’

    If you feel your memory getting worse… or find you’re more easily confused than you used to be… 

    The mainstream has ALREADY failed you.  

    Most docs are getting it all wrong (even if they mean well) – because Alzheimer’s drugs simply DO NOT WORK.  

    But I’ve uncovered a MAJOR medical breakthrough – one that can help REVERSE memory issues. 

    This mind-restoring MIRACLE is backed by years of the latest medical science. 

    And you can protect your brain and memories starting right now… and see results in a little over one month 

    Are you ready to give yourself… or someone you love… a SECOND CHANCE at life? 

    Tune in to my special online event to find out how this new brain-saving protocol works…  

    And you’ll FINALLY be among those who are “in the know.” 

    Restore your mind… in 37 days? 

    Alzheimer’s has been widely considered irreversible… and a diagnosis was essentially a death sentence. 

    Not anymore. 

    I’m not talking about SLOWING down Alzheimer’s by a few measly months…  

    Or helping you or someone you care about MANAGE the symptoms a little better.  

    It’s a brand-new, proven way to REVERSE Alzheimer’s disease… starting in just 37 days. 

    And you can get every detail you need to do it yourself. 

    Picture what your life… or the life of a loved one… could be like just 37 days from now. 

    Imagine thinking and remembering just as clearly as you did 20 or even 30 years ago 

    You can – because I’m about to reveal the truth about a lifesaving Alzheimer’s treatment. 

    Even if you’re just worried about those “senior moments” that seem to be more frequent these days… 

    You should know that those memory lapses are often the very first sign of Alzheimer’s.  

    And to RESTORE your precious memories… you need to target what I call the Top 3 Brain Killers”! 

    Fortunately, there’s a brand-new medical protocol available right now… backed by DECADES of science… that can STOP all THREE of them! 

    You can help REPAIR your starving and dying brain cellsSTOP one of the leading causes of Alzheimer’s right at the source… and REGROW lost brain tissue! 

    And it’s a lot easier than you’d EVER think… 

    But if you don’t watch my online presentation, there’s a very good chance you’ll never be told about it. 

    Now, you may have heard that I first broadcast this free webinar LIVE today at 1 p.m. EST 

    If you didn’t sign up for that live event, you haven’t missed the boat… YET. 

    Because I’m giving you a SECOND CHANCE… by rebroadcasting the event for a limited time. 

    And as an eAlert reader, you can attend for FREE! 

    The rebroadcast won’t stay up for long, so watch it here while it’s still available. 

  2. Urgent Warning for Alzheimer Families

    If you have a family member suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, you know it’s not just a memory disorder. Alzheimer’s disease (AD) causes major behavior and mood disturbances.

    According to doctors, less than 10 percent of Alzheimer’s patients remained free from symptoms of “psychopathology” during the course of their disease. In other words, agitation, aggression, depression, anxiety, paranoid delusions, and insomnia are very much the norm for AD patients.

    As a result, today’s Alzheimer’s patient is all too often prescribed some type of antipsychotic drug to control their behavior. Thioridazine, chlorpromazine, haloperidol, trifluoperazine, or risperidone all belong to this class of drugs.

    Limited options for Alzheimer’s patients

    A new study to be published in Lancet Neurology, the respected British medical journal, confirms what one might guess about AD patients prescribed antipsychotics: the drugs shorten their lives.

    In fact, a patient taking an antipsychotic drug only has a 46 percent survival rate at 24 months (as compared to 71 percent for a patient taking a placebo). Moreover, only 30 percent of AD patients were alive at 36 months after having begun treatment with antipsychotics (as opposed to 59 percent taking a placebo).

    Bottom line here: if you’ve got a loved one with AD, think long and hard about using an antipsychotic drug to control their behavior. If you’ve run out of options, authors of the study suggest using the drugs for a limited time (3 months or less) to see if behavior improves.

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