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Reduce Inflammation to Prevent Alzheimer’s
People whose blood tests show signs of inflammation are more likely to later develop Alzheimer’s disease than people with no signs of inflammation. Learn how to lower your inflammation.
Reducing the Stress of Employed Caregivers
Be aware that balancing your life as an employee and a caregiver, especially for a loved one afflicted with Alzheimer’s can lead to chronic stress which means – a chronic state of high alert and physical inflammation.
Research Update – 9th International Conference on Alzheimer’s Disease
Tips to prevent or delay the onset of Alzheimer´s. "Eat well, stay active, be fit" was a result of three studies and the theme of the conference.
Ronald Reagan Taught Us One Final Lesson
Reagan’s dying of Alzheimer’s gives a much needed grace, power and international attention to this complex disease. Just because standard communication is difficult, it does not mean that our loving words and gentle touch is not transmitted and registered by the soul.
Several Links to Dementia
Research studies are focusing on various links to dementia which could possibly create a tipping point or hasten disease process.
Sleep Deprivation Linked to Alzheimer’s
Research from the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis claims that when mice are sleep deprived, there are more Alzheimer’s plaques deposited in their brains.
Spring Forward With Alzheimer’s
Spring is the season of hope. New green growth emerges with no consciousness of the past to make a fresh start. Those afflicted with Alzheimer’s can reset their natural rhythm with nature and the latest emerging research.
Subjective Cognitive Decline
An emerging field of research in Alzheimer’s is centered on the personal reporting of the patient regarding his own cognitive impairment known as “subjective cognitive decline.”
The Benefits of Fish Oil in Alzheimer’s Disease
UCLA researchers claim that fish oil, whether ingested by pill or diet (eating fatty fish like salmon, herring, tuna) is an effective deterrent against Alzheimer’s, either preventing the disease or delaying its onset
The Benefits of Gardening for Alzheimer’s
Did you know that gardening can lower blood pressure, prevent osteoporosis, increase muscle mass and keep blood sugar levels more stable?
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