Alzheimer's Disease: Know Your Enemy
What you'll learn
- Students will achieve a good basic understanding of Alzheimer's disease and what they can do to prevent it, or postpone the onset of the disease later in life.
- You don't need any prior knowledge to do this course. You will need some paper, a pen and a printer if you wish to print some of the supplements. But this is not essential.
Alzheimer ’s disease is a global killer, affecting more that 50 million people worldwide today. That number is also expected to double in the next 20 years as the world’s population ages.
In developed Countries Alzheimer’s is now the third biggest killer according to the World Health Organisation.
In people who are 85 years or older we find that almost half start showing symptoms of Alzheimer’s.
Dementia, for which Alzheimer’s is the biggest contributor, is not a normal part of aging. Yet it affects more than 10 million people each year. That’s a number bigger than some countries entire populations.
Researchers have identified many potential causes, and from all the medications developed none have proven effective in curing the disease.
Your best hope lies in prevention not a cure, which means, your future rests in your own hands. You can’t wait around and hope that someone comes up with a magic cure.
This course will give you what you need to know about Alzheimer's disease, so that you can learn about one of the world’s biggest killers and start a process of protecting yourself against it by building your own preventative strategy.
Join me today as we explore this topic and discover what we can do to improve our chances of living into our golden years with our memories intact.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone who wants to learn about preventing Alzheimer's disease from ravaging their brains should take this course. If you want to learn about the basics concepts and prevention strategies to protect your brain from Alzheimer's then this is the course for you.
David Barton has a Ph.D. in Psychology from Otago University, Dunedin, New Zealand.
He currently lives in Dunedin with his wife and 3 daughters.
He is an active learner and has developed many different skills over his life time. He loves discovering new ways of unlocking human potential. He was amazed when he learnt how to remember Pi to 500 decimal places. He loves to share his knowledge if it can benefit others.
David loves playing guitar, singing, keeping fit and healthy. He is an active member in his church and believes that to be healthy you need to be spiritually healthy.
David is the author of the book, “Achieving Your Best Self” in which he describes a process of setting and achieving personal goals to achieve personal fulfilment in life.