Alzheimer's disease is a common form of brain disease that usually occur in individuals aged above 65 years. It is estimated that 5.4 million Americans have been suffering with Alzheimer disease and for every 70 seconds, some or the other individual will be diagnosed for the symptoms of Alzheimer disease.
The disease is more prevalent among individuals with age above 65 years and nearly 45% of people in America with age above 85 are the victims of Alzheimer disease. Of the total Alzheimer disease patients in America, 2/3rd are women.
The common risk factors of Alzheimer disease is aging and other reasons for falling victim to disease are family history, previous brain trauma injury, obesity, cardiovascular disease and chronic high blood pressure.
There is no specific treatment procedure to treat person with Alzheimer disease, the best way to extend the life expectancy is to eat low diet meal, reduce red meat, eat cold water fish, reduce dairy products and intake more dark colored fruits and vegetables.