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Day 7 of the Alzheimer's Journey

Restoring Dignity & Relationship

FREE Medication and Supplement Guide for the Prevention and Treatment of Alzheimer's Disease

"Restoring Dignity & Relationship" is the answer for families with disabled loved ones. With proper treatment, your loved one will sleep all night while being calm, alert, and happy throughout the day.

Day 7: Restoring Dignity & Relationship covers the loss of personal dignity and relationship with your loved ones suffering from Alzheimer's disease due to their insomnia, depression, paranoia, and agitation. Dr. Van Horn shares his expertise and passion as he details the 7 steps to restoration:

1. Behavioral management

2. Rule out delirium

3. Raise acetylcholine 

4. Raise brain energy 

5. Remove bad pills

6. Add a mood stabilizer

7. Add an antipsychotic medication (if necessary)

THE

ALZHEIMER'S

JOURNEY

 Revolutionary Series by 

William A. Van Horn, MD