Past studies have found that abnormalities in the small blood vessels (capillaries) of the brain often contribute to dementia. The research continues.
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Exercise and physical activity aren’t just good for your mind and body; they can help you stay active and mobile as you age! Regularly including these 4 types of exercise and physical activity will give you a wide range of real-life benefits.
Many caregivers have mixed feelings about holidays. They may have happy memories of the past, but they also may worry about the extra demands that holidays make on their time and energy.
A 2018 report in the journal Neurology found that a diet containing approximately one serving of green leafy vegetables per day is associated with slower age-related cognitive decline, according to the National Institute of Health.
Studies show that people who do jigsaw and crossword puzzles have longer life spans with less chances of developing Alzheimer’s disease, memory loss, or dementia.
It is common for people with dementia to have mixed dementia—a combination of two or more types of dementia. A number of combinations are possible.