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COMPLEMENTARY AND ALTERNATIVE TRADITIONAL HERBAL MEDICINES FOR THE TREATMENT OF DEMENTIA: A REVIEW

Birendra Kumar* , Chandraprakash Dwivedi  , Prashant Lal Sivna,Rajni Yadav , S Prakash Rao  , Laita Sahu, Himesh Nayak , Mehendra Kumar Dewangan ,
Durgeshnandani Sinha

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Dementia is a term that describes the loss of cognitive function, usually because of damaged brain cells as it includes memory loss and at least one of the following, difficulty with language, impaired movement, and inability to plan and initiate appropriate behaviors socially or at work. Dementia is a progressive neurological disease of the brain. It demolishes the vital brain cells, causing trouble with memory, thinking, and behavior, brutal enough to affect work, lifelong hobbies, and social life. Since, the drugs and natural remedies has been prescribed to enhance the memory and protect the memory functioning in dementia people. The traditional herbal medicine, numerous plants have been used to treat age related cognitive disorders. The traditional herbal medicine, numerous plants has been used to treat age related cognitive disorders. Which are today popular all over the world due to their proven effective qualities,The drugs acting on the brain are called as nootropic drugs. The natural memory enhancing drugs, controlled the activity of acetyl cholinesterase (AChE). AChE modulates acetylcholine (ACh) to proper levels by degradation accordingly excessive AChE activity produce to constant Ach deficiency leads to memory and cognitive impairments. This natural agent inhibits the excessive AChE activity and protects the people suffering from dementia. The Indian medicinal plants are the most prolific sources for treatment of dementia. This review focuses on natural Indian medicinal plants used for treating and curing the dementia.

Keywords: Dementia, Memory, Brain disorders, Enhancer, Medicinal plants.


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