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Treatments for
Alzheimer's Disease

Reviewed by Felicia Greenfield, MSW, LCSW

Several treatments can help improve one's symptoms, even though no cure exists. There are 5 medications that strengthen neural connections. Exercise and intellectual activities (such as listening to music and solving puzzles) have also been found to lessen symptoms. More research is being conducted on both medication and lifestyle-based treatments.



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For example, Aricept or Namenda

Compare & Treatments

Compare Name Manufacturer Type Class Cost Follow
Aricept Eisai Inc. By Mouth (Tablet) Cholinesterase Inhibitors $157.24
Exelon Novartis By Mouth (Tablet) Cholinesterase Inhibitors $167.71
Exelon Novartis Patch Cholinesterase Inhibitors $401.80
Razadyne Johnson & Johnson By Mouth (Tablet) Cholinesterase Inhibitors $160.38
Razadyne ER Johnson & Johnson By Mouth (Tablet) Cholinesterase Inhibitors $139.70
Namenda Forest Laboratories Inc. By Mouth (Tablet) NMDA Agonists $270.04
Namenda XR Forest Laboratories Inc. By Mouth (Tablet) NMDA Agonists $363.62
Namzaric Forest Laboratories, Inc. By Mouth (Tablet) Combination (Cholinesterase Inhibitors & NMDA Agonists) $604.56

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