DOI: 10.48175/ijarsct-14238 ISSN: 2581-9429

An Overview Pharmacological Approaches and Herbal Intervention for Alzheimer Disease

Sakshi Parjane, Vikas Nighot, Tejas Maharse, Avishkar Pawar, Akshada Suryawanshi
  • General Medicine

The most prevalent kind of dementia, Alzheimer’s disease (AD), is a progressive neurodegenerative illness that has a major impact on memory and cognitive function. As the condition advances to more advanced stages, it results in behavioral issues like aggression, depression, and verbal and visuospatial impairments. Alzheimer’s has no known cure, however symptomatic treatment helps with memory loss and other symptoms. Natural goods provide a therapeutic alternative for many ailments, effectively halting their progression, and alleviating the symptoms of many different types of diseases. Traditionally, memory diseases including dementia and amnesia have been treated with medicinal plants and plant derivatives. Although there is little scientific backing for the claims made in numerous research regarding the effectiveness of plants in treating Alzheimer's disease. However, reports indicate that an early start to usage

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