Category Archives for "Alzheimer’s and other types of Dementia"

How to avoid all types of dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease.

Taking Care Of A Parent From Afar Is A Labor Of Love

​It’s November and here in the United States we will soon be celebrating Thanksgiving. Many of us are making plans to gather in large family groups. But did you know that November is also National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness & Family Caregivers Month? As Alzheimer’s Disease becomes more prevalent we may find that our plans frequently […]

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Make Your Brain Better In 10 Steps!

Do you realize that you can make your brain work better?Starting today?You can improve your memory, your focus and concentration, your overall brain function, your body, your whole life.How?By making a few changes in your lifestyle.Where do you begin?Well, if you haven’t already downloaded a copy of my 10 Steps manual, go here and do […]

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More About Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s disease is a type of dementia that affects an individual’s memory, behavior, and thinking. The onset of the disease is usually rather slow. It worsens over time causing the individual to have difficulty with activities of daily living.Alzheimer’s dementia is the most common type of dementia. Dementia is a loss of memory and the loss of […]

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What Is Alzheimer’s Disease?

We think of Alzheimer’s Disease with dread, and we know we want to avoid it. In fact that’s one of the main reasons for this website. But what, exactly, is it?Here are some facts:​Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive brain disorder that destroys memory and thinking skills.Alzheimer’s disease is irreversible.​Alzheimer’s disease is currently the 6th leading […]

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Are you in your 30s, 50s, 70s…..?

No matter what age you are, regular exercise will change your life. I’m often surprised at how many of my patients think they’re “too far gone” to start participating in regular physical activity. Their back bothers them too much. They have a bad knee. They get short of breath. And of course they have steadily […]

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