Dementia

Controlling blood pressure reduce risk of dementia

Everyone talks about the importance of treating high blood pressure, the “silent killer.” And everybody knows that untreated high blood pressure can lead to heart attacks and strokes. But can treating high blood pressure reduce your risk of cognitive impairment and dementia?

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Occupational therapy in dementia

Occupational therapy, specifically designed to improve an individual patient's daily functioning and reduce the burden on the primary caregiver, has been shown to produce improvement lasting at least 3 months in patients with mild to moderate dementia.

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Flaxseed Benefits In a Nutshell

flaxseed benefits
You probably heard of flax seeds. It’s a powerful nutrient that we are supposed to be…

Vitamin C: Battlefield Antioxidant

Vitamin C: the Best Antioxidant
It’s as easy as it sound: Vitamin C is the most substantial antioxidant in our body.

Symptoms of Breast Cancer

Symptoms of Breast Cancer
Doctors have long known that early detection makes it substantially easier to treat…

Alzheimer’s Disease: Symptoms, Risk Factors, and Treatments

Alzheimer’s Disease Causes and Cure
The most common form of senile dementia is Alzheimer’s disease (AD), which accounts for…