How to Test Yourself for Early State Alzheimers (at home)

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      alzheimer’s is a debilitating illness that tremendously impacts the person suffering from it, but as if that weren’t terrible enough, it greatly affects the friends and family of those afflicted with the disease as well. researchers at ucf have discovered a very fast, very easy and amazingly cheap way of detecting alzheimers early. quite frankly, it’s so easy, you can do it at home.

      as it turns out, your sense of smell can be used to detect alzheimer’s disease. in every alzheimer patient they tested, the left nostril had a loss in the ability to sense odors while the right nostril sensed an odor quickly at 20 cm’s

      Here’s the complete explanation:

      This test will help confirm the diagnosis and allow for quicker treatments!

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    • #462966

      Wow, this doc needs to dress appropriately – titties bulging out of the shirt when leaning front is way unprofessional! People need to be told these things by others who are around them (even though they shouldn’t NEED to be told – they should be respectful & professional enough on their own). But, apparently, they need help in this dept.

      How one presents oneself tells a lot about their character.

    • #447951

      @coastal234 1011023 wrote:

      alzheimer’s is debilitating illness that tremendously impacts the person suffering from it, but as if that weren’t terrible enough, it greatly affects the friends and family of those afflicted with the disease as well. researchers at ucf have discovered a very fast, very easy and amazingly cheap way of detecting alzheimers early. quite frankly, it’s so easy, you can do it at home.

      as it turns out, your sense of smell can be used to detect alzheimers disease. in every alzheimer patient they tested, the left nostril had a loss in the ability to sense odors while the right nostril sensed an odor quickly at 20 cm’s

      Here’s the complete explanation:

      This test will help confirm the diagnosis and allow for quicker treatments!

      This is very helpful..

      Thanks so much.

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    • #464970

      Here’s additional information about this from the Columbia University Irving Medical Center, “The smell test may offer a quick, easy, and inexpensive way to give patients some reassurance…potentially sparing some patients from getting the more invasive million dollar workup.”

      https://newsroom.cumc.columbia.edu/blog/2018/03/28/sniffing-out-a-smell-test-in-predicting-alzheimers-disease/

      Medical News Today
      Prof. Pinto, an ear, nose, and throat specialist explains that losing one’s sense of smell is a strong indicator of “significant damage,” and that this “simple smell test could provide a quick and inexpensive way to identify those who are already at high risk.”

      https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/319589.php

    • #465226

      If you have signs of Alzheimer’s you should definitely visit a doctor. This disease is progressive, so it is important to react fast.

      I want to share with you an article with facts about Alzheimer’s:
      hhttps://www.nia.nih.gov/health/what-are-signs-alzheimers-disease/

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