Dementia

Dementia

Dementia is a condition which is significantly decreases the cognitive functions of the patient. Dementia patients suffer from significant setbacks of their daily functioning, as a result of memory loss, problems of perception, thinking and communicating. Tivoni offers complementary treatment that supports the processes of cells renewal and their communication abilities, which helps the patient to cope effectively with the symptoms of dementia and improve the overall functioning of the brain and the memory.

Treatment by Tivoni

DementiaDirection for useMonthly
Cell Oxygen 21 tablespoon, 3 times a day, with meal (start gradually).2 Bottles
M-Tiv 1 capsule, twice a day, with meal.1 Box
OmegaTiv2 capsules, twice a day, with meal.

* Please note: Those who take Coumadin should consult their doctor.

1-2 Boxes
T-31 full tablespoon, 2-3 times a day, with cup of water or juice, far from meal.2 Boxes
For Dementia Prevention:
M-Tiv 1 capsule, twice a day, with meal.1 Box
Cell Oxygen 21 tablespoon, 3 times a day, with meal (start gradually).2 Bottles
*For the most comprehensive and precise treatment, and in severe cases, please contact the Training Division of TIVONI by tivoni@tivoni.com

Did you know?

The risk of dementia increases with age.

Dementia is typical for an old age and it characterizes the advanced stages of certain diseases (Alzheimer, for instance) that are more prevalent in the third age.

Symptoms of Dementia

At the first stages of dementia, the patient may seem like slightly confused, a fact that makes it difficult to diagnose. As the confusion and cognitive difficulties are worsening, it is become more evident that it is a case of dementia.

Treating dementia by the Tivoni method prevent the problem.

Factors of Dementia

Many diseases are being characterized by causing damage to the upper layer of the brain, by loss of brain cells or brain nerve cells, and leading to dementia as the last stage of their development.

Certain physiological conditions (such as poor nutrition, head injury) may also cause dementia:

  • Alzheimer’s disease (up to 60% of dementia patients has Alzheimer’s disease).
  • Parkinson
  • Chronic heart disease
  • HIV
  • Huntington’s disease
  • Diseases that damage the blood vessels (stroke).
  • Alcohol or drug consumption
  • Lack of vitamin B12, folic acid and other nutritional deficiencies.

Types of Dementia

Dementia has two types, according to the location of the damaged brain cells:

  • Cortical dementia – dementia that is caused by injury of the cortex. This type includes the causes of Alzheimer’s diseases, the most common cause of dementia.
  • Subcortical dementia– dementia caused by injuring the functioning area below the cortex. For example – dementia caused by inefficient activity of thyroid, dementia caused by malnutrition (especially deficiencies of vitamin B12 and folic acid), dementia due to hypoglycemia and dementia due to
    depression and stress.