Alzheimer’s Disease (Dr. Alois Alzheimer’s – 1900s) is a type of Dementia, and Dementia is a general term for a decline in mental ability severe enough to interfere with daily life.
Parkinson’s disease dementia is a decline in thinking and reasoning skills that develops in some people living with Parkinson’s at least a year after diagnosis. The brain changes caused by Parkinson’s disease begin in a region that plays a key role in movement, leading to early symptoms that include tremors and shakiness, muscle stiffness, a shuffling step, stooped posture, difficulty initiating movement and lack of facial expression. As brain changes caused by Parkinson’s gradually spread, the person may also experience changes in mental functions, including memory and the ability to pay attention, make sound judgments and plan the steps needed to complete a task.
The above are qeeg scans of people who have experienced memory loss. The pre and post neurofeedback training and photobiomodulation therapy qeeg scan results shows improvements. Most importantly, they felt it and the love ones around them noticed it too.
Dr. Corrine Fischer’s presentation on youtube. On the right and below are people who use photobiomodulation and have become more alert and have improved in memory.
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