This is interesting research. I believe Namenda in combination with Aricept works well for my mother.After viewing this video I found myself wondering, what if my mother had Namenda when she was in a very early stage of dementia or mild cognitive impairment?
Would it have made a difference? Would it slow down the rate of deterioration in her brain from Alzheimer's?
I now believe it would have.
After you watch the video, also see -- The Combination of Aricept and Namenda Helps Slow the Rate of Decline in Alzheimer's Patients
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