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Xena Bio Herbals manufactures, exports and supplies high-efficacy Memory Loss Treatment Supplements with premium overall qualities and it produces the complete range in its own production facility, carrying out all the processes such as composition, formulation, quality check on ingredients used in production. Serving the customers located in India and overseas with safe and world-class quality products related to memory loss, the company endeavors to carry on with its mission to treat and cure Memory Loss. Serving as a India's credible Exporter, Manufacturer, Importer and Supplier, since 2002 it has been in the realm of producing Memory Loss Treatment Supplements, recommended by practitioners.

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Alzheimer's Disease

Alzheimer's disease (AD) is the most common form of dementia that initially targets memory and progressively destroys the mind. Almost 1 out of 5 elderly subjects suffer from any form of dementia.

Mechanisms of Action

Phosphatidylserine modifies glucose metabolism in the brain, catecholamine and acetylcholine release, NMDA (N-methyl-D-aspartic acid) receptor density (Important for Memory) and function, acetylcholine receptor density which are co-related to the behavioral changes.

Phosphatidylserine (PS)

1. Phosphatidylserine increases cholinergic function in multiple ways. First, it enhances the activity of Na+,K+-ATPase, which helps maintain membrane potential.
2. It increases Ca2+ uptake into K+-depolarized corticol synaptosomes, and this is an important event in neurotransmitter release
3. Phosphatidylserine affects exocytosis of neurotransmitters by is an important phospholipid that makes u 1agocyte / Tissue cells Replenishment signals . the bash sincera cornenents of the a rego fang ogenesis and fibrosis) interacting with membrane-binding proteins
4. Improves memory by increasing the turnover of dopamine and/or cell-to-cell communication and transfer of Macrophage 5. Phosphatidylserine mediates a variety of processes related to synaptic Immature Meneetic plasticity, information storage, and glutamatergic transmission.