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The Leading Cause of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Is Accumulation of Beta-Amyloid in the Brain

December 19, 2016 4 min read

A new discovery has refined scientists' notion that the brain did its own recycling of waste and cleaning day and night. It showed that discharge of beta-amyloid (Ab) is extremely inadequate and deficient in seniors and that the centenarians' brains are full of these waste products. It's crucial to do something about brain waste disposal if you plan to live healthily for over 100 years.

Various new discoveries written in the Journal of Neuroscience by prominent scientists show that the brain's clearing system is separate from the body's lymphatic system and only works when we're sleeping or under anesthesia because only 5% of the glial cleaning system is active when we're awake. Cerebrospinal fluid carries cellular waste cleared by glial cells on the brain's surface.

The glial cells protect brain cells and neurons from free radical attack and maintain homeostasis. In a research about human glial cell activity in deactivating the toxic superoxide anion radical in actively respiring glial cells. The findings showed that grams of reactive oxygen species (ROS) like superoxide and hydrogen peroxide are converted from the pounds of oxygen the brain consumes daily. Glial cells deactivate superoxide to ordinary water by using superoxide dismutase (SOD), or catalase-like ACF228™ which deactivates hydrogen peroxide by breaking it down into water.

Advanced dyeing techniques and microscopes have helped other scientists discover another phenomenon of brain waste disposal, which shows that at night the interstitial space surpassed 20% of total brain volume and allows for the free flow of waste products and watery cerebrospinal fluid. This process promotes ready clearance of ROS and toxins that are eliminated and deactivated by enzymes and nutrients. In mice brains, the volume of interstitial space extends by a third during sleep, encouraging more than a double elimination and cleaning of brain waste.

Our current lifestyle has highly restricted our Sleep and Brain Reparation

In our everyday hustle and bustle of life, about 80% of working adults are sleep deprived. Most sleep for about 6 hours every night yet we need 8 or 9 hours of sleep as it was 100 years ago. Approximately 70 million Americans are sleep deprived resulting in the accumulation of brain waste like beta-amyloid and tau proteins which are associated with the acceleration of neurodegenerative diseases like Parkinson's and Alzheimer's.

Inadequate sleep makes people vulnerable to these horrible aging diseases and hinders their creativity and concentration. We aren't able to integrate facts when we're sleep deprived because beta-amyloid and tau proteins because key neurons involved in alertness to impair. These toxic proteins may be incompletely dissolved by daily supplementing with oxytocin (Oxy-Pro™, Oxy-Sub™), vasopressin (Vaso-Pro™) and essential neural proteins and by using the Russian peptide bioregulators that the Soviet military tested extensively for 35 years during the cold war, now available in the West.

Recent research showed that recovering from sleep loss is much slower, unlike how we think. The thought of taking a recovery sleep to make up for lost sleep isn't true. This research indicated that skipping sleep could cause irreparable damage to the brain making it age prematurely or make it highly vulnerable to other damages.

Effective sleeping aids to consider

Using Vaso-Pro™and Oxy-Pro™ sprays, as well as Oxy-Sub™ troches, along with additional natural aids, like MZS™ (time-release melatonin ZNSE), encourage deep sleep and improve sleep experience. Unlike well-known synthetic sleep aids, like Ambien® and Lunestra®, which have shown no evidence of their effectiveness in encouraging natural sleep as natural ingredients.

A group of researchers studied vasopressin and oxytocin over 20 years ago as critical and necessary brain proteins. The leading biological science journal published the findings in 1993 reporting that vasopressin and oxytocin are adequate and needed for partner preference formation and selective aggression. Oxytocin and vasopressin are the core of intense scientific interest regarding the modulation of social behavior and normal bonding instincts in mammals. Synthetic antipsychotic drugs aren't effective. Its use has increased yet there is no change in the mortality in people with mental disorders.

Take seriously these two special and important brain proteins, oxytocin and vasopressin and their wonderful benefits.

Additional Research on the removal of neural waste

Accumulation of beta-amyloid boosts receptor signaling in the brain and accumulates in vivo per new findings by scientists. In addition, supplementation with IGF-1 helped reduce mortality in some lab mice. These amazing results show an absolute contrast to the mortality studies of typical antipsychotics.

It is absolutely evident that Ab accumulation must be avoided to prevent neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer's disease. IGF-1 averts premature death and delays amyloid accumulation in a model of Alzheimer's disease as stated in two research articles of 2009. IGF-1 circulation decreases beta-amyloid toxicity as indicated in the research.


Sleep is important in order to expel neural waste products. Our aim should be to avoid loading our brains with tau proteins and beta amyloid, particularly in our older years. We should be using natural sleep aids like bio-identical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) involving Oxy-Pro™, Oxy-Sub™, DHEA, Vaso-Pro™, Armour® thyroid, vitamin D3 and Esnatri™ triple estrogens to expand our brain's interstitial space hence boost REM, allow sleep, and could avert Alzheimer's and Parkinson’s. Furthermore, people should consume a more natural and healthier diet rich in fresh organic fruits, seeds, vegetables, and nuts daily.

Embrace natural remedies particularly BHRT, and the master hormones MSH-2, IGF-1 and hGH to enable to you increase the removal of tau proteins and beta amyloid at night when the brain's interstitial space is metabolically active and wide-open.