Memantine protects the brain’s nerve cells against glutamate which is released in excess amounts by cells damaged by Alzheimer’s disease.

Glutamate overstimulates the N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) receptors and contributes to neurodegenerative disorders. Memantine blocks glutamate by filling the NMDA receptor sites. Memantine can be taken with other Alzheimer’s drugs such as Aricept®, Exelon®, and Reminyl® (galantamine), as it works in a different manner.

 1.  Memantine  information
 2.  How does Memantine work?
 3.  Memantine  in dementia
 4.  Memantine  in vascular dementia
 5.  Memantine  in severe dementia
 6.  Memantine  and advanced dementia
 7   Memantine  in moderate-to-severe Alzheimer's disease
 8.  Memantine  in senile dementia, Alzheimer type
 9.  Memantine  efficacy in patients with dementia
10. Memantine  in vascular dementia
11. Memantine  efficacy and safety in vascular dementia
12. Memantine  in impaired cerebral function
13. Memantine  for neuroprotection in dementia
14. Memantine  studies
15. Memantine  product insert 
16. Can Memantine be used with Aricept®, Exelon®, & Galantamine?
17. Memantine  treatment of impaired cerebral function
18. Memantine  effect on Parkinson's disease
19. Memantine  neuroprotection after traumatic brain injury
20. Memantine  no interaction with acetylcholinesterase inhibitors
21. Memantine  neuroprotection of acetylcholinergic neurons
22. Memantine  alcohol anti-craving properties
23. Memantine  treatment of pain after amputation or surgery
24. Memantine  in age-associated memory impairment

Galantamine - Alzheimer's articles    

: why galantamine is the best agent for restoring memory
   Galantamine has several advantages over Aricept® and Exelon®    continue

Galantamine beats Prescription Drugs for combating Mental Decline
Galantamine is different from donepezil (Aricept®) and rivastigmine (Exelon®) in that it has the unique ability to increase the receptiveness of nicotinic receptors to acetylcholine  continue

Boosts Memory
Galantamine achieves the same effect as drugs like Aricept® or tacrine, but has additional benefits   continue

Galantamine fights Alzheimer's
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Galantamine: can sharpen your mental edge
Galantamine's positive results in slowing the progression of Alzheimer's disease may be due  continue

: helps save Memory
Galantamine is used in treating Alzheimer's disease, because of its ability   continue

  opens the channels of your Memory
   The secret of galantamine's success lies in your brain's nicotinic receptors.  continue

GalantamineProtect Brain Function by Enhancing Neurotransmission
Galantamine has been found to be effective in treating  Alzheimer's disease   continue

Galantamine protects Brain funtion
The primary objective
with Alzheimer's is to enhance neurotransmission so as to retain memory  continue
Galantamine: food for Mind & Body
Galantamine is a
flower extract that improves memory and perhaps even helps with impotence  continue

Galantamine  may help stave off Dementia
   Dementia is a progressive loss of memory accompanied by significant impairment    continue

Galantamine: Memory Enhancement
Alzheimer's patients suffer sharp declines in their brain levels of acetylcholine. Galantamine    continue

Galantamine rescues Brain Cells
   According to a study of 653 Alzheimer's disease patients published in the British Medical Journal, the herbal supplement galantamine "appears to slow the progression of the neurodegenerative condition"  continue

Galantamine: the Old Become Young
As we age, it becomes harder to learn new things. One explanation is the deterioration of the brain's continue

Galantamine: What's Old with Acetylcholine is New to Us
Acetylcholine deficiency is characteristic of Alzheimer's disease. The primary treatment is administration of agents like galantaminean extract from the snowdrop and daffodil plants  continue

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