I always thought you couldn’t take comedians serious because they are always making people laugh. However, most comedians have a very serious side to them. In fact, most of their monologues are making fun of serious topics based on their observations (of course adding spunky humor to it).
Rogen’s wife Lauren Miller, his mother-in-law, developed alzheimer’s at age 55. By age 60 she was unable to talk and feed herself, Rogen said. This has to be devastating for any family to bear. This is why Seth made it a determinant cause to appear before the senate on this issue.
He is pleading for more education on this disease because it is devastating to families.
“The situation is so dire that it caused me, a lazy, self-involved, generally self-medicated man-child to start an entire charity organization,” Rogen said.
Alzheimer disease is a disease that affects millions of people everyday. Here are some horrific statistics:
Alzheimer’s disease is the sixth leading cause of death in the United States.
More than 5 million Americans are living with the disease.
1 in 3 seniors dies with Alzheimer’s or another dementia.
There are answers for this, and we applaud Seth Rogen and his wife for their efforts, and we wish them comfort and strength in dealing with this situation that affects so many people and their families.
Holistic doctors, such as Dr. Wallach would suggest a wholistic approach in preventing this and “treatment” of it. If you would like to hear what Dr. Wallach would suggest to your loved one, send us an email so we can get you in touch with Dr. Wallach.
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