Alzheimer’s disease

One of the most devastating neurological diseases in today’s world is the Alzheimer’s disease. It is a deadlier version of dementia. This disease tends to worsen rapidly with the passage of time. Rather unfortunately, there is no cure for Alzheimer’s currently.

Be that as it may, stem cell therapies can provide relief by utilizing the existing healing mechanisms of the body. Inside the adipose tissues, or fatty tissues as they are commonly known, contains a special type of stem cells known as mesenchymal stem cells. JMC stem cell therapy uses these MSCs to help the body repair damaged nerve and brain cells to improve the quality of life for patients of Alzheimer’s disease.

Understanding Alzheimer’s disease

Alzheimer’s disease is a terrible neurodegenerative disease. Millions of people across the world are currently suffering from this debilitating disease today. According to statics, the number is likely to rise considerably in the coming decades. However, the exact cause of the disease is still unknown. What is known is that a variety of factors come into play resulting in the start of the disease. Some factors include environmental, lifestyle and even genetics.

Alzheimer’s sets in when toxin and plaque begins to be deposited in the patient’s brain. The deposits cause the healthy neurons to lose their efficiency and they eventually die. The damage begins to spread to the critical parts of the brain. As the disease progresses, cognitive functions and memories start becoming impaired. The entire brain starts to shrink and become small due to the damage.

Due to the progressive nature of this neurodegenerative disease, the symptoms start developing and become worse with passage of time. Those diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease will suffer from confusion and dysfunction. They will lose their ability to learn. Some patients may even develop certain psychotic symptoms like paranoia and hallucination. During the latter stages of the disease, it is likely for the brain tissue to become severely damaged which can cause the body to shut down.

How Can Stem Cell Therapy Help Patients of Alzheimer’s disease?

Inside the adipose tissue of the body you can find a unique and incredible mixture of regenerative and stem cells. These cells have a remarkable ability to prevent abnormal cell death from progressing. At the same time, they can repair as well as replace the existing damaged tissues. Known as mesenchymal stem cells, one of the primary functions of these cells is to boost the growth of new blood vessels. That in turn helps blood filled with oxygen and other nutrients to flow into the affected areas which benefits the overall healing process.

JMC Stem Cell Therapy involves the use of a special technique to cross the blood brain barrier and insert the mesenchymal stem cells into the damaged areas of the brain. This technique has been proven to be effective in research. While the procedure may not cure the patient of Alzheimer’s disease, it can bring relief at very least. It can be possible to make the quality of life better for the patients.