One of our first orders of priority is the treatment of Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP) with cutting edge Nootropics. PSP is uncommon brain disorder which affects movement, control of walking (gait) balance, speech, swallowing, vision, mood and behavior, and thinking. The disease results from damage to nerve cells in the brain. The disorder’s long name indicates that the disease worsens (progressive) and causes weakness (palsy) by damaging certain parts of the brain above nerve cell clusters called nuclei (supranuclear). These nuclei particularly control eye movements. One of the classic signs of the disease is an inability to aim and move the eyes properly, which individuals may experience as blurring of vision.
PSP walking to the bedroom
This is my father who is ravaged by Progressive Supranuclear Palsy – PSP. This is 1 of 2 videos which show how long it used to take him pre-treatment to walk from the Sofa in the living room to his bedroom. Please see part 2 for the other 16 mins. See more information on PSP and Nootropic
PSP is linked to over-production of a protein called tau in certain areas of the brain. In PSP, tau forms into clumps that are thought to damage nerve cells or nerve endings in the brain stem, basal ganglia and cerebral cortex areas. These areas control balance, thought processes, eye movements, speech and the ability to swallow.
Treatment of progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP) is challenging at best. Only a few patients respond to dopaminergic or anticholinergic drugs, and responses often are short-lived and incomplete. No medication is effective in halting the progression of the disease; however, several medications, including dopamine agonists, tricyclic antidepressants, and methysergide, may provide mild to modest symptomatic improvement with respect to some of the clinical features.
I am personally currently seeking to find a natural and organic cure whether it be palliative or life changing. We have posting pictures and videos with the progress of a test subject who just happens to be my father. He was diagnosed with Progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP) 4 years ago after being misdiagnosed with Parkinson’s 2 years prior. He has lost his speech, movements, 80% of his swallowing ability, about 50 lbs of weight and his pride.
Thank you so muchBill for your brilliance, benevolence and kindness in striving towards eradicating PSP and so many other CNS related illnesses such as Alzheimers, Dementia, etc
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Progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP) is a continuing neuropathy associated with supranuclear ophthalmoplegia, pseudobulbar palsy, dysarthria, axial rigidity, frontal lobe dysfunction, and dementia (Ling, 2015). The common pathogenesis of the disease includes neuronal loss, gliosis and microtubule-associated protein tau (MAPT)-positive inclusions in neurons and glial cells, centrally in basal ganglia, brainstem, and cerebellum (Ling, 2015). The pathogenesis of PSP is not yet completely understood; however, there are several hypotheses. For instance, it is believed that PSP belongs to a group of mental disease called “tauopathies.” in such illnesses, the molecule called “tau” forms clumping rather than a scaffolding of the cytoskeleton as it normally does. The affected neurons tend to degenerate and even perish.
Ling, H. (2016). Clinical Approach to Progressive Supranuclear Palsy. Journal of Movement Disorders, 9(1), 3–13.
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