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Memory Enhancing Medications

Aricept  was approved for the treatment of mild to moderate Alzheimer's by the FDA in 1996, and for the treatment of severe Alzheimer's in 2006
Was shown in studies to help cognition and function, which includes effects on memory and performing everyday tasks.

Exelon is a cholinesterase (COLE-in-NEST-er-aze) inhibitor, a type of medicine prescribed for people in the early or middle stages of Alzheimer's disease (AD).

Namenda  may help to improve abnormal glutamatergic activity.  Namenda targets a different aspect of Alzheimer's disease than other drugs this is why it is used in combination therapy.

RAZADYNE(R) ER (galantamine hydrobromide), a once-daily treatment for the symptoms of mild to moderate Alzheimer's disease

Sleep Medications

Rozerem

Ambien CR

Lunesta

 

New medications:

Flurizan- a selective amyloid beta 42 lowering agent (SALA)- reduces toxic peptide and amyloid beta

ALZHEMED - Homotaurine (3-amino-1-propanesulfonic acid - aka : 3aps) is being developed by Neurochem Pharmaceuticals for the treatment of Alzheimer's disease (Alzhemed) and for the treatment of hemorrhagic stroke due to cerebral amyloid angiopathy (Cerebril.) Homotaurine is a synthetic gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) analog that functions as an agonist at the GABA-A receptor and has been discovered to bind to amyloid beta.

Cerefolin with NAC - reduces oxidative stress, reduces homocysteine, normalizes acetylcholine, homocysteine effect of 5mg L-methylfolate, Methylcobalamin is the active form of vitamin B12, -acetylcysteine is the bioavailable form of cysteine and dramatically increases the body's production of glutathione, the brain's most important scavenger of free radicals, Folate Efficacy

Clinical Trials for Alzheimer's

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