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Metformin and Dementia, What You Need To Know

Many tend to wonder how metformin and dementia are related. Metformin is a popular prescription that helps treat Type ll diabetes. It helps decrease the amount of sugar that is present in your blood. ...

30th September, 2020

What Is Subcortical Dementia?

Subcortical dementia is a specific diagnosis that means little to most people. Like any dementia, they are not a type of welcomed diagnosis. Today, we will learn more about the condition so you can un...

15th September, 2020

Differences Between Dementia And Senile Degeneration Of The Brain

It may be difficult for one to understand the differences between dementia and senile degeneration of the brain. However, there are distinct differences! Let us look at some of the main differences be...

30th August, 2020

Losing Patience with Alzheimer patients

As humans, we suffer from many things. For example, we may suffer from quickly losing patience and not being able to keep our patience. However, whenever we take care of a loved one who may be sufferi...

15th August, 2020

Moving From Assisted Living To Memory Care

Moving from an old house to a new one can be tough. The memories, the moments, and everything you ever did will always stay at your old home. Moving from assisted living to memory care is as tough, an...

30th July, 2020

How To Improve Your Memory: Part 2

The best thing humans have is the ability to recall certain things. We can remember fond times which made us laugh and feel good. We can also, unfortunately, remember dreadful times that may cause us ...

15th July, 2020

Different ways to improve your memory: part 2

As you can see from part 1 and part 2, memory is an extremely vital part of our life! It allows us to enjoy joyful moments and enables us to remember fond times. Even though it also causes us to remem...

30th June, 2020

Different ways to improve your memory: Part 1

Memory is an important part of our everyday life. Memory helps us remember fond times. Memory helps us realize life is too short to waste time on little things. Although our memory is a vital resource...

15th June, 2020

How to control anger and stay calm with Alzheimer patients

“You never remember anything”. “Stop asking me the same question over and over again”. “Why don’t you understand anything the first time.” These are unfortunate, but true statements that...

30th May, 2020

Top three foods that are beneficial for increasing memory

As we grow older, we tend to forget what we did in the morning, what we had for lunch, and even the time we need to attend an event. According to a recent study, 40% of people aged 65 and above have s...

15th May, 2020