In Alzheimer’s dementia, memory and cognitive functions are increasingly lost. Sleep disorders can be added and the ability to organize everyday life is increasingly lost.
There is currently no cure for the disease. However, recent research results suggest that in mild and moderate stages of Alzheimer’s dementia, treatment with repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation or with transcranial direct current stimulation can bring about a significant improvement in the symptoms. However, this treatment must be used very intensively and supplemented by cognitive training.
Recent prospective studies and meta-analyses of previous studies confirm that both cognitive functions and sleep disturbances are sustainably improved, especially when rTMS and tDCS are applied simultaneously.
We therefore treat patients with two units of rTMS daily plus tDCS. This leads to significant improvements in most patients with Alzeimer dementia within a few weeks.
Many Alzheimer’s patients also suffer from depression. Classic antidepressants are hardly effective in this case. Ketamine infusions are particularly well suited for treating Alzheimer’s-associated depression due to the neuroprotective and anti-inflammatory properties of ketamine.
Relatives often suffer from the patient’s increasing restrictions and changes. Psychotherapeutic support and learning stress reduction techniques are helpful in this context.
If patients respond well to the treatment, mobile devices can be purchased or borrowed for continuation at home.
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