Articles related to Alzheimers

Monday, January 27, 2020

Why you should care we're getting lonelier

Chronic feelings of loneliness double the likelihood of premature deaths as reported by research completed with a public nursing project. Research suggests that the lonely are more likely to suffer from cognitive decline and a quicker progression of Alzheimer's.

Topics: lonelinesswellnessretirementage at homesocial isolationAlzheimers

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Monday, September 23, 2019

5 things you should know about Alzheimer's

Did you know we still prescribe the same drugs to Alzheimer's patients as we've done since the 1970's? To round up our series of articles for Alzheimer’s awareness month we've prepared a summary of facts on where we're at in terms of understanding the disease. This is where we've come from and where current research is heading.

Topics: Alzheimerslonelinessmental healthwellnesssenior care

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Monday, September 16, 2019

What my Grandma's Alzheimer's taught me

This is my Alzheimer's story. My yiayia (grandma in Greek) was diagnosed when I was 18 and we moved her with us to Norway to take care of us. It was something the whole family was involved in.

Topics: Alzheimersage at homeexpatswellnessmental healthfamilysenior care

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Monday, September 9, 2019

7 ways to take care of your brain as you age

The earlier Alzheimer's is diagnosed, the more its progress can be slowed with customised lifestyle changes. Most risk factors for Alzheimer's are associated with the way we live. Learn more about senior wellness from the Mon Tonton community.

Topics: Alzheimerssenior careage at homeexpatswellnessfamilylong-distance family

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Monday, September 2, 2019

6 early warning signs of Alzheimer's

These are some of the early warning signs of Alzheimer's disease. The sooner you find out, the more time you have to slow the progression of the illness and prepare for what's to come. Written for the Alzheimer's awareness month.

Topics: Alzheimerssenior careage at homeexpatswellness

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