From OurAlzheimers.com comes advice in a post titled "Combining Medications to Successfully Treat Alzheimer’s Disease." The article begins:
"Everyone has had the experience of treating a cold. We typically take medications to treat the symptoms. As the commercials inform us, these medications treat the runny nose, congestion, cough, and fever associated with the common cold. These medications help us feel better, but we all recognize that none of the medications will "cure" the cold. Fortunately our immune systems take care of this. But we also recognize that there is benefit to treating the symptoms of the cold. Simply put, we feel better."