While there’s currently no cure for dementia, more recently researchers have been focusing on the prevention of the disease over the treatment of it. Certain risk factors like age and family history cannot be con...Read More
In 2012, World Alzheimer’s Month was launched in an effort to raise awareness of Alzheimer’s disease, as well as to make a difference in the lives the disease touches. In the four years since the inception of World Alzheimer’s Month, more...Read More
Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the United States, affecting more than 40 million adults over the age of 18, which represents a total of 18% of the population. Anxiety can be brought on by stressful l...Read More
Our internal biological clocks begin to change as we grow older. Many seniors may have difficulty sleeping through the night, or find themselves napping more often throughout the day. However, these sleep problems are m...Read More
Alzheimer’s disease is one of the most common forms of dementia, affecting over five million Americans last year. One in nine people age 65 or older has Alzheimer’s, and the condition will typica...Read More
The memory loss that can come with aging can often be mistakenly diagnosed as dementia. While memory loss can, in fact, be a normal part of aging, the serious mental decline that is associated with dementia is not.
You already know that living a healthy lifestyle is important for your overall quality of life; eating right, exercising regularly, getting a good night’s sleep, and managing your stress levels. This Read More