Alzheimer Dementia and Childhood Learning Disabilities Combined Revisions by Adriana CEO IBM TES

Lots of happenings at IBM TES my vacations are over and their nightmares are starting (my employees that is)

I believe that Dyslexia is a common type of learning difficulty that primarily affects the skills involved in the reading and spelling of words. In this video, Daniel tells his story and an expert gives their advice on symptoms, causes and treatment options. Could be treated easily compared the homework they have today at hand.

Objectives: The Development of a Human Nuclear Fusion Reactor

nuclear-fusion-reactor

The diagram above should be similar to the one that IBM will develop. It will contain points. Minimum of 4 minor points to address: Natural – Medical – Surgery – Technical assistance to the natural processes of aging youthfully.

GOALS for Each Point:

  1. Active Preservation
  2. Repair during preservation
  3. Development at a natural acceptable pace humans can take on
  4. Identify with colours deficiencies and toxicities
  5. 4 minor points will have so far 2-way communication path becoming a total of 8 points + 1 Major point centralised.
  6. TBA

GOALS for Central Point:

  • Central Regulator Adjustments through Technology
  • TBA

Eating Habits conducive as an aid to a longer life. We all know that medicine, surgeries and technology will not run through our veins just like that to make us live happy and energetically. Blood needs to be fed. Colours of foods are appealing. Organisation of a healthy attitude is l’essentiel and the must.

Found Dr. Gundry who may give some doctors some advice. He is a cardiologist. Dr. Steven Gundry is one of the world’s most celebrated surgeons and author of the best-selling book “Dr. Gundry’s Diet Evolution.” He is Director of the International Heart & Lung Institute in Palm Springs, CA, and the founder of the Center for Restorative Medicine in Palm Springs & in Santa Barbara, CA. 9465 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 300 Beverly Hills, California, 90212 –

Tel: 1-800-852-0477

It would be nice to read on his discovery Polyphenols which is not enough. On this thought, I would like to see the ingredients in fertilisers for our foods and what FDA permits he, Dr.Gundry, claims LECTIN is a big culprit.

The revision is all about Alzheimer and other forgetfulness we also call Dementia. My question to my class is do you believe that Childhood Disabilities can be a form of these two deteriorating conditions mentioned above and how do you perceive it?

The best methods is to search and form columns of common factors among the childhood disabilities – then use the same methods for adult form of learning or unlearning disabilities.

Foods – Genes – Chromosomes and blood groups. Hormonal under-over development – medication used or never used.

I sometimes believe that our bodies have numerous lesions of cystitis masses reducing and regrowing. The brain may undergo these cystitis episodes as well. Perhaps scanning the brain in certain areas is not always possible but during past scans there must be at least a few patients with this kind of cysts?

Questions: What measures were taken?

Questions: If apparent on the surface, would it be logical to believe that there would be smaller ones underneath?

Development of these methods which were taken earlier on and were proven to work – can they be given to the patient to address the whole human body?

I would like to see the day that a method of cystitis dilution is put into place and cancer is no longer a dreadful unbeatable condition of life (human and animal)

When reducing a cyst tumour can it be added to chemotherapy? What could be the results.

The reason I want this done is around our blood – can they be cystitic as well and we just don’t see but we see them sort of connected together and opaque because they look differently when in cystic form?

I don’t believe its only flesh – I believe that it is bacteria, germs, globules (white and red)

It’s worth a try.

Combined Revision of Medicine and Known Forms of Learning Disabilities and Forgetfulness Alzheimer Dementia is worth another look.

What magic do blueberries hold? The beneficial effect probably comes from the flavonoid and stilbenoid content in the fruit. Flavonoids are a type of antioxidant found under the skin of brightly coloured fruits and vegetables. After eating blueberries, the rats’ brains showed elevated levels of two types of flavonoids–anthocyanidins and flavenols. Blueberries also are high in pterostilbene, a stilbenoid chemically related to resveratrol. Pterostilbene has not only been shown to fight off and reverse cognitive decline, but it also has demonstrated anti-cancer properties.

Children Learning Disabilities:

Just to get a preview of the established known labels.

https://ldaamerica.org/types-of-learning-disabilities/

Alzheimer and Dementia

http://www.alzheimer.ca/en/About-dementia/Alzheimer-s-disease?gclid=CjwKEAjwu8m-BRDM8KTcjdj8qy0SJACdjSZp9xWZDSv1IKKRGSxvc8EZS3Mc9TxNRtHKGcyj8f9BeRoCLuLw_wcB

http://www.alz.org/what-is-dementia.asp

THEN compare all this to:

Paralysis of Genes

https://ghr.nlm.nih.gov/condition/hyperkalemic-periodic-paralysis

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First thing is first. Put all the information in order. Organisation is what you need for the class to function rapidly. Organised and clear thoughts will follow.

Rows of definitions of Children – Adults – Paralysis.

Second – do we have all the tools necessary in order to revise what we have done 10 yrs ago? (please put date of past work and your names on my desk) Thanks.

Information + Tools = Results (as modest or as grandiose as they may be) please put on my desk neatly placed in one folder.

Thank you for returning to class numerous with a compassionate heart to accommodate my eccentricities.

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