Stem Cell Therapy for Alzheimer’s Disease in Pakistan – Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Karachi, Lahore
There are many different approaches to treating and managing the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease. One of the newest treatments involves the use of stem cell therapy to help the body engage its own repair mechanisms.
Stem cell therapy is known to help reduce inflammation. Since Alzheimer’s is a condition marked by inflammation, among other things, stem cell therapy may prove to be a useful alternative for helping to manage the condition.
A Bit About Alzheimer’s
Named after the neurologist Alois Alzheimer, Alzheimer’s is a condition that is most commonly known to cause dementia and memory loss. Alzheimer’s generally affects people who are entering their senior years, though there have been recorded cases of Alzheimer’s patients as young as 30.
Alzheimer’s is caused by the formation of plaques in the brain which is known as Alzheimer’s plaques. These plaques can impair cellular communication which can lead to memory loss and the many symptoms of dementia. Other symptoms can include emotional problems like mood swings, social isolation, and delusions.
How Can Stem Cells Help With Alzheimer’s?
Stem cell therapy provides a unique approach to helping manage Alzheimer’s. To understand how stem cells might be useful for treating Alzheimer’s you should understand a bit more about how Alzheimer’s functions.
As Alzheimer’s plaques build up, brain tissue becomes damaged. As these tissues become increasingly damaged, the brain becomes unable to produce the necessary chemicals. When these chemicals cannot be produced, people have a hard time thinking.
Stem cell therapy helps by replacing these damaged or destructive cells with new, healthy cells. Once stem cells have adopted the role of nearby cells, they can continue to reproduce on their own. This allows them to assume the function of brain cells and reproduce, effectively creating new brain cells to replace the damaged ones.
But how do Stem Cells work?
There are a number of stem cells that have been used in experiments to help treat Alzheimer’s. The most commonly used stem cells include neural stem cells (NSCs), mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs), embryonic stem cells (ESCs), and induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs).
Of these, mesenchymal stem cells seem to be the most useful. MSCs are also the most commonly used stem cells for managing a number of other symptoms, including the degenerative brain disorder known as Parkinson’s.
Not only are MSCS comparatively easy to handle, but they are also known to be effective at targeting damaged cells and inflamed tissue. One study that was done on the use of stem cell therapy for treating Alzheimer’s revealed that MSCs taken from a human umbilical cord produced a tolerable effect in Alzheimer’s patients.
Stem cell therapy is becoming a viable approach for treating a number of different conditions. A specific type of stem cell, known as mesenchymal cells, is believed to be useful for helping to fight Alzheimer’s. These cells can help to maintain cognitive function and prevent the disease from progressing as quickly as it would otherwise.
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