stem cells therapy Parkinson’s disease
The diagnosis of Parkinson’s is life-changing. While some symptoms are difficult to recognize, others can hardly be ignored. The relentless pace of this progressive disease can rapidly change patients’ normal lives, resulting in cognitive impairment, loss of motor control and an irregular sleep cycle.
PD manifests itself when the dopamine-producing nerve cells in the brain are damaged in a specific area of the brain, the substantia nigra. Smaller amounts of dopamine are produced, which affect signal transmission in the brain for normal motor control. Without sufficient dopamine, you will not be able to perform routine and coordinated movements or control your own movements. This leads to tremors, slow movement, muscle stiffness and general instability that worsen over time.
Many experts in adult stem cell therapy have focused in recent years on the treatment of Parkinson’s disease, as the body’s own adipose tissue contains one of the most potent and accessible sources of adult mesenchymal stem cells in the human body.
Parkinson’s patients are very excited about stem cells. Adult stem cell therapy can minimize inflammation around the substantia nigra, which ultimately kills these cells, and support the activation of neuronal progenitor cells to try to replace some of these cells.
Your fat is the strongest and most concentrated source of stem cells in your body. These cells can cross the blood-brain barrier and enter directly into the nervous system to improve blood flow to the brain and possibly repair some of the nerve damage that has led to Parkinson’s symptoms. Adult stem cell therapy can slow the degenerative progression of your symptoms while repairing or replacing damaged neurons and brain tissue. This can lead to a number of differences in quality of life, including:
After enzymatic processing, these cells, with the addition of mannitol to open the blood-brain barrier, can enter directly into the nervous system to improve blood flow to the brain and possibly repair some of the nerve damage that has caused Parkinson’s symptoms. Adult stem cell therapy can slow the degenerative progression of symptoms while repairing or replacing damaged neurons and brain tissue.
- more energy
- Improved gait
- Better coordination and engine control
- Reduction of tremors
Although stem cell therapy is not yet a cure for Parkinson’s disease, there is promising evidence that it can improve quality of life and slow the progression of debilitating symptoms.
Although stem cell therapy is not yet a curative cure for Parkinson’s disease, there is ample evidence that this therapy improves quality of life and slows the progression of debilitating symptoms, especially since conventional medicine offers only drug therapies to reduce symptoms without correcting the cause, but accepts a high number of side effects.