Dementia is on the increase in South Africa and affects thousands of South Africans especially with advancing age. Its most severe form is Alzheimer’s disease.
Dementia describes a group of symptoms such as loss of memory, brain fog and confusion as well as the inability to communicate, reason, navigate, solve problems, plan, organise and execute complex tasks. As such, it affects a person’s ability to live a normal life.
Mainstream medicine would have you believe that dementia cannot be prevented, is untreatable, and progressive because there is no pill that effectively treats, cures, or reverses symptoms, especially Alzheimer’s. At present, most patients diagnosed with Alzheimer’s do not survive beyond three to eleven years post-diagnosis.
Please join us for a free seminar on how to prevent and reverse symptoms of dementia
The Seminar is free and donations are accepted.