Treatment Options

There is currently no cure for Alzheimer’s disease and no treatment that will stop its progression. Several drugs are available that can help with some symptoms. Non-pharmacological treatments may also benefit people with Alzheimer’s disease.

Consult Your Health-care Professional

couple laugh hugAsk your doctor or qualified health-care professional these questions about any treatment or product you are considering, including natural health products:

  1. What are the potential benefits or results of taking this product?
  2. Is this the best product or approach to achieve those results or are there better alternatives?
  3. What is the evidence that supports the safety and effectiveness of this product?
  4. What are the risks associated with taking this product?

Stay in touch with your health-care professional to ensure that the best treatment options are being considered, to discuss side-effects and other issues, and to ensure that the treatment is effective and appropriate for you or the person you are caring for.

Read more about treatment options.

For further information, contact:

204-943-6622 or 1-800-378-6699
alzmb@alzheimer.mb.ca

Or contact the Alzheimer Society nearest you.

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