Homeopathy for Alzheimer’s will work but slowly over months and years, initial signs of improvement will be observed after 100 days of the first dose.
Alzheimer’s cure in homeopathy is possible especially in young subjects only.
Homoeopathic medicine for Alzheimer’s will do wonders without side-effects
Homeopathy given for Alzheimer’s will show gradual improvement and not sudden but without side-effects so its more advisable to take homeopathy and not just Sildenafil. Regular use of sildenafil medicines may give rise to heart problems and stroke, especially when taken for more than 1 month.
Treatment of any kind of Alzheimer’s in homeopathy will do wonders for you but in long term especially when a constitutional remedy is selected.
In Alzheimer’s homeopathic treatments are easy but only in the hands of an expert. Don’t fall for commercial chains of homeopathic clinics promising you the sky. Always look for homeopaths with MD degree and not just BHMS or LCEH
Now the NOT so GOOD news:
There are several forms of Homeopathy practised around the world.
Polypharmacy: where several remedies or a combination of remedies is given to the patient in repeated doses. The outcome of which is extremely poor.
Classical homeopathy: where a single dose of a single remedy is given and will give you the best results. But please make sure that your homeopath is not giving you and charging for placebo.
Symptom specific treatments: where only the symptoms or the effects of autism are treated. This will also give very poor results. This is also called HOMEO-ALLOPATHY. Anacardium or Selenium will never be able to cure you of Alzheimer’s issues.
Classical homeopathy has been used with some success to alleviate symptoms, both mental and physical, or to cure individuals with Alzheimer’s. For many patients who have seen a large overall improvement in their Alzheimer’s, homeopathy has played a major role.
Dr Shreepad Khedekar explains how homeopathy can stimulate the body to deal with Alzheimer’s disease.
When an elderly Kathak exponent from Kolkata started forgetting her dance steps midway during her performance, little did she know that Alzheimer’s was staking a claim on her memories. An 80-year-old gentleman found himself in a similar predicament when he couldn’t recollect the address of the house he had lived for forty years of his life. But instead of giving into the progressive ailment, they both sought out answers to their problem in holistic medicine, and this brought them to Dr Shreepad Khedekar, an exponent in homeopathic medicines and MD of Imperial Clinics, who has treated the likes of tennis player Novak Djokovic and Serbian footballer Marko Pantelic. Long story short, the 70-year-old dancer is back on stage, pursuing her vocation with renewed vigour, and the gentleman, who started responding positively to the medication within just two months, has shown remarkable progress after three years on homeopathic medication. In the winter of your life, you find solace in the memories that made your life sweeter. In these ‘Golden Years’, many elderly people with Alzheimer’s wage a losing battle against their own body in a bid to preserve their sanity. Eventually, Alzheimer’s leaves them with no choice but to concede defeat.
Who is at risk? • Those with a rare gene mutation – Dr Khedekar says, “The risk of developing Alzheimer’s is higher if a first-degree relative, like parents or siblings, have it. People with rare gene mutation Apolipoprotein E4 (APoE4) is linked to early-onset Alzheimer’s symptoms as early as their 30s.” • The elderly – “Increasing age is the greatest known risk factor for Alzheimer’s. The ailment is not a part of normal ageing, but its risk increases significantly after the age of 65. The risk doubles every decade after age 60,” says the doctor. • More women than men – Dr Khedekar says that more females than males are at greater risk, attributed to the fact that women live longer than men. “Women carrying a copy of APoE4 gene are more likely to develop Alzheimer’s as compared to men may be due to gene interaction with oestrogen,” adds the doctor. • Head traumas and strokes – “Physical trauma as in accident where the brain suffers significant damage, or medical conditions like stroke or lack of oxygen can predispose one to Alzheimer’s,” states Dr Khedekar. What are the limitations of conventional treatment for Alzheimer’s? Dr Khedekar says that allopathy has very less to offer for the treatment of Alzheimer’s. “Considering that it only has palliative drugs like Tacrine, Rivastigmine, Galantamine and Memantine which work as Acetylcholinesterase inhibitors, allopathy only has marginal benefits and that too with many side effects.” In stark contrast with this is homeopathy, which treats the sufferer at a holistic level and helps the sufferer’s body correct the pathology on its own accord, without ANY side effects. “If diagnosed early, homeopathic remedies can help in significantly arresting or even possibly reversing the disease,” says the doctor. Some of the remedies used for treating Alzheimer’s are: • Gelsemium • Nux Vomica • Mercurius • Baryta Carbonica • Conium • Lycopodium • Alumina • Natrum Sulphur How can one reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s? • Mind -The key to reducing Alzheimer’s risk according to Dr Khedekar is to keep the mind occupied and active. “Mentally stimulating activities like learning a new language or playing puzzles, games and solving problems can prevent brain atrophy,” he states. “Music therapy has also helped to a large extent.” • Body- It goes without saying that a healthy lifestyle goes a long way in preventing any degenerative disease. “Cardiovascular exercising can help. A healthy diet, social engagement and intellectual stimulation are known to reduce risk factors for Alzheimer’s,” says Dr Khedekar. How can caregivers help, in addition to homeopathic treatment? Caring for someone with Alzheimer’s can be demanding; suddenly, someone whom you have known all your life behaves abnormally, displays aggression or wanders far away from home. “Memory and language loss, impaired judgment, and other cognitive changes caused by Alzheimer’s can also complicate treatment for other health conditions; therefore caregiver may have to cope with a lot of mental and physical challenges,” adds Dr Khedekar. “Becoming well-informed about the disease is one important long-term strategy.” Apart from this, the doctor prescribes good coping skills, a strong support network and respite care to help caregivers handle the stress of caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease.
US consul General, His Excellency Peter Haas giving the award of OutStanding Achiever to Dr. Shreepad Khedekar
WHAT HOMEOPATHY COSTS?
Your first consultation with a private homeopath will usually cost between INR 500 to INR 10,000. Further appointments usually cost less – about INR 500 to INR 5000 depending on the location of the place and experience of homeopath. It will also depend on the skill level of his staff or assistants who usually take the first case and prepare it for the main consultant.
Your remedy will usually be included in the consultation price, but do check this first. Homeopathic tablets or other products usually cost around INR 100 to INR500 if you need to buy them separately in India.
Imperial clinics Mumbai
Dr. Shreepad A. Khedekar, BHMS, MD (homeopathy), a specialist for over 17 years, he has used homeopathy in his Switzerland, Belgrade and Mumbai practice for the last 17 years. He lectures in homeopathy at Switzerland, Croatia and at the Serbian Doctors Association (SLD) Teaching Centre in Belgrade and has a busy private practice in Dadar, Mumbai and at Shushrusha Citizens co-operative hospital, Mumbai and is the only Homeopath in their 60 year history.
Dr. ShreepadKhedekar is the Clinical Director, Imperial clinics Mumbai and Imperial clinics Belgrade, Consultant at Shushrusha Citizens Co-op Hospital Mumbai and Physician to several international stars and celebrities.