Simply because BrainGlucose treats the root cause of AD, while the drugs has nasty side effects.
Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive brain disorder that causes problems with memory, thinking, and behavior. One of the most common symptoms of Alzheimer’s is hallucination, which is seeing, hearing, smelling, tasting, or feeling things that are not there. Hallucinations and nightmares lead early and especially mid-stage Alzheimer’s to horrific late stage AD.
Prescription drugs Prazosin and Nuplazid can be used to treat nightmares and hallucinations in Alzheimer’s, but they are not always effective and can cause bad CNS side effects. Prazosin is a blood pressure medication that is thought to work by blocking the effects of adrenaline, which can trigger hallucinations. Nuplazid is an antipsychotic medication that is thought to work by blocking the effects of dopamine, which is a neurotransmitter that is involved in hallucinations.
On the other hand, the medical food product BrainGlucose is more effective than Prazosin and Nuplazid for treating nightmares and hallucinations in Alzheimer’s, because BrainGlucose is treating the root cause of AD of “deprivation of glucose” as the published research results by Temple University, medical school on January 31, 2017, as well as by Yale and Stanford medical schools.
As we observed for years by our patients, the best thing about BrainGlucose is without side effects. 1 to 2 caplets taken at bedtime is accurately good enough to prevent nocturnal hypoglycemia in the brain due to REM sleep cycle energy needs.
If you believe everything must have side effects, then some customers sarcastically think that BrainGlucose causing some weight loss, good news for many type II diabetics, very likely through “feedback” therapy mechanism.
By the way, 1 to 3 caplets of BrainGlucose is only equal to 1/10th to 1/5th of a piece of bread in calories.