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Redox power and Alzheimer's: The link

Discussion in 'Redox Rx' started by Jack Kruse, Sep 12, 2019.

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    To conduct the study on AD linked below, researchers examined the cognitive abilities of 679 adults aged 65 years and older. They found an association between migraine history throughout the participants’ lives and an increase in dementia. Based on the results, researchers determined that migraines were a significant risk factor for all-cause dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease.

    While researchers haven’t pinpointed exactly why the link exists, my members know why this occurs due to the flicker effect of light and melanopsin dysfunction that leads to redox collapse and protein misfolding. Most of these links are covered in this thread on the photoelectric damage to proteins in cells. This is why the researchers fail to see the connection. They are ignorant about how light changes the structure of the brain. The past research has shown that migraines has the ability to change brain structure over time they just have no studied the mechanism well enough. With each new study, scientists may get closer to understanding Alzheimer’s disease, its causes and eventually, possibly, a cure. My readers and members can do it first without researchers because they know how to use light to do it and repair the protein misfolding before it occurs.


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