Osman Müftüoğlu: Has Alzheimer’s come to an end?

prof. Dr. Osman Müftüoğlu, in today’s column, about the news about the coronavirus, “In 10-15 percent of those who get the disease, the problem can also invite some long-term health problems.” He answered the questions that everyone wondered.

prof. Dr. Osman Müftüoğlu’s column:

We all want to live the best life possible and it is one of our most natural rights. It is the unchanging desire of every person to live our life as we want, to be alive, fit, fit and energetic, pleasant and happy, and to reach the usual end with “mental health”. Everyone, without exception, pursues “perfect health” and targets and deserves “superior health.”

But when it comes to how to achieve these goals, unfortunately, things get very complicated. It gets mixed up because achieving such a goal imposes many physical and mental responsibilities on us. On the other hand, it is certain that the last century has negatively affected our brains and ultimately our memories. Let’s face it, most of us have a malfunctioning brain. And this “faulty brain problem” is one of the most important health problems of our time.

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And again, let’s know that at the peak of the “faulty brain issue”, there is a very serious health problem that we all fear: ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE. If you wish, let’s start the day with good news about this unpleasant and definitive cure, which seems impossible for now: A NEW DRUG THAT APPROVED TO BE USEFUL IN ALZHEIMER GOT PERMIT FOR USE ON JUNE 7, 2021.For details come here…


ALZHEIMER disease is one of the most feared health problems, especially after the age of 70-80. This chronic disease, which destroys memory inwardly and insidiously, is the number one fear of anyone entering the aging process. With the memory and thinking problems it creates, it causes significant damage not only to people who get sick, but also to families and social life. Thousands of studies are carried out every year on the definitive solution of the disease. However, it is not possible to say that even a barley length has been traveled yet. More precisely, this was the case until recently, probably as of June 7, 2021, this information has changed. Here are the developments…


Aducanumab, which the US drug manufacturer Biogen got permission to use a few days ago, is an important molecule that can change previous treatment approaches in Alzheimer’s. Aducanumab is not a sure cure for Alzheimer’s, according to experts. It is very difficult to say that it is a miracle drug. However, its mode of action is important in that it makes us think that the road ahead may be clearer and that new mechanisms for the solution of this important disease may come into play. Because Aducanumab is the first treatment method that can interfere with the destructive mechanism that occurs in Alzheimer’s and causes damage to nerve cells. And for this reason, according to some experts, it is a turning point in the treatment of the disease. Let’s just say, there are scientists who do not share this idea. But the general opinion is that this new drug is a “promising breakthrough”.

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The ‘prolonged COVID’ problem is growing

COVID-19 disease is not just an acute health problem that comes on suddenly and causes severe problems that concentrate in the upper respiratory tract and lungs. In 10-15 percent of those who have the disease, the problem may invite some long-term health problems. As the number of data on the disease increases, the content and causes of these tables, which are briefly defined as “prolonged” or “chronic” COVID-19, are better understood. Changes in the coagulation system and inflammatory processes in the veins are the main causes of damage that lead to the chronicity of the disease. In addition, uncontrolled and excessive responses in the immune system are also important problems. So what are the signs of prolonged COVID-19?


EXTENDED COVID-19 is characterized by “fatigue, shortness of breath, cough, headache, sleep problems, foggy brain, depression, muscle weakness and aches, joint pains, palpitations, chest pain, hair loss, a disease characterized by “losses of sense of taste and smell”. The prolonged COVID-19 problem is a kind of “multiple organ destruction,” no different from a kind of chronic disease. It is more common especially in those whose general condition is already poor and/or who have a chronic disease before they get the disease. Diabetics, hypertensives, obese, COPD patients, cardiovascular patients and those who have had the disease severe enough to receive intensive care treatment are the number one targets of the “prolonged COVID-19 problem”. For this reason, it is certain that people who have the problems we have mentioned need a closer follow-up and a more intensive treatment plan if they become ill. We will also discuss the prolonged COVID-19 issue in upcoming articles.


one-Do not compromise your sleep.

2-Pay attention to your diet.

3-Let go of laziness and laziness and act.

4-Stay away from toxins.

5-Protect your head from trauma.

6- “No!” to toxic drugs say.

7-Don’t stress your brain.

8-Minimize worry, anxiety and fear.

9-Take advantage of supplements (Omega 3, B12, vitamin D).

10-Watch out for chronic diseases.

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