Name of person taking ALZ-Ease: Sara B.
Age: 90 yrs old (1923)
Relationship: Mother (to Raisa)
Mrs. Sara B is 90 years old. She was born in Kiev, Ukraine in 1923. During WWII, even before the completion of her medical degree, she started working at a hospital. She has had a long professional career as children's neurologist/psychiatrist.
In the early nineteen eighties she immigrated to the United States with her son and daughter. She always has been very active, read a lot, and was very social. However, due to the deterioration of her physical condition she became not mobile, and her mental capacity has diminished. This process accelerated after the death of her husband in 2010 and by early 2013 she exhibited all symptoms of Alzheimer.
My Mother was often confused as it related to the present reality, confusing present and past events, misapplying names, becoming really incoherent. She also appeared to be depressed and was constantly crying and saying that she wanted to die.
Sara started taking ALZ-Ease on August 16, 2013.
Within the first two weeks she made very noticeable progress. Her speech became more coherent, and reactions have become more normal.
Sara’s daughter, son-in-low and granddaughter—all made the same observations.
My Mother also appears to be much less depressed. Her focus improved and she is able to carry a longer conversations. She continues taking ALZA-Ease and her mental condition remains stable.
I would like to add that as of March 2013, my mother Sara was unable to walk. However, after she started taking ALZ she was able to get out of her wheelchair and make a few steps with the help of her caretaker.