4 Fun Ways to Prevent Dementia

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Doing crossword puzzles, reading a lot and often having a a discussion are types of activities commonly done when people are discussing prevention of dementia or senility. But in fact, preventing dementia does not always have to be hard work...

Overweight at age 30 increase the risk of dementia!

Overweight at age 30 increase the risk of dementia!

Nowadays obesity and overweight is one of the emerging health problems. The number of people who are obese is increasing. Even so, simply because this issue is becoming increasingly common, it does not mean the danger can be ignored....

Yoga, Meditation May Help Dementia Patients and Caregivers Alike

Improve Your Eyesight with Yoga

Life with Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias can be difficult for the affected individual and his or her caregiver.

Delirium may be early signs of dementia in the elderly

Middle-aged men who are delirious during sleep have five times higher risk of developing dementia. Moving, walking, talking or hitting during sleep is the strongest indicator that shows the development of dementia in middle-aged men. The condition, known as...

8 Ways to prevent dementia in old age

Dementia is a disease that often affects elderly people. When experiencing dementia, a person will lose memory or even changes in personality. There are two kinds of dementia, Alzheimer’s which is caused by parts of the brain that is not...

Senility Can be Measured by Walking Speed

The brain’s ability to remember can be seen from the speed of walking, or other body skills. In people aged 90 years, for example, those who have difficulty in walking are more likely to develop dementia. A study was...

Spinach Is Effective to Prevent Senility

Good news for those who like spinach. Those who are fond of eating this vegetables does not only get health benefit for the body, but also have a lower risk of dementia or senility. According to the Daily Mail,...

Junk Food Consumption Causes Dementia?

How often do you eat junk food? From now on, you’ll want to leave this kind of foods. Studies conducted recently said that excessive consumption of junk food will not only make you fat, but can also cause dementia...

People Who Sleeps Less than 5 Hours or More than 9 Hours Are At Risk of Dementia

Sleeping is one of the activities needed to maintain health. But in fact, sleep duration should be limited to not more or less. Sleeping less than 5 hours or more than 9 hours per day makes people at risk...

Brain Ability Weakens in the Age of 45

We all already know that the ability of the brain decreases with age. People who are younger indeed have better brain functions compared to those who are already old. Diseases regarding brain and memory ability does happen more in...

Women Who Have Sleep Apnea Have Risk of Dementia

Difficulty breathing disorders during sleep can lead to long-term problems, particularly in women. Women with obstructive sleep apnea have a higher risk of experiencing cognitive decline or dementia. The new study found that older women have a 85 percent...

Hypertension and High Cholesterol Causes Memory Loss

A new study found that high blood pressure (hypertension) and high cholesterol can lead to not just heart disease but also memory loss and other cognitive disorders. The research result, which will be presented at the American Academy of...

Dental Health is Related to Dementia

The latest research shows that people with fewer amount of teeth are more at risk of mild stage dementia (senility). Head of the British Dental Health Foundation Dr Nigel Carter said that he had tested 4,200 Japanese participant aged...

Drink Coffee and Tea to Fight Dementia

Dementia disease will indeed be experienced by most people in line with age. But according to a study, with a cup of bitter coffee or tea each morning could slow down fight dementia. Coffee and tea has become a...

Women Experience Stress in Middle Age, Can Lead to Dementia Later

Psychological stress in middle age can lead to dementia later in life, especially Alzheimer’s disease. Based on a research from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, the study of women who were followed for 35 years shows the relationship between...