Category Archives: Alzheimers

Seniors and Understanding ‘What the Heart Wants’ and Understanding “What the Heart Wants”

Did you know that heart blockages or plaque buildup on the artery wall (which could ultimately lead to coronary artery disease) usually occurs 10 years earlier for men compared to women? Of course, this will depend on individual circumstances and health standing but for men older than 45, these blockages often occur, this happens for […]

June Is Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month! Is Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month!

June is Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month, a global initiative aimed at raising awareness about Alzheimer’s disease and promoting brain health. It’s also a month that you should attempt to become involved with if you know anyone with the disease or if you want to promote better health for seniors or anyone with a family […]

The difference between dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease

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For decades, seniors and their loved ones have sometimes been confused by the terms, “dementia” and “Alzheimer’s disease.” Some people use the terms interchangeably, as if they were one and the same thing, but they are not. “Dementia” is a broad term that means a decline in mental function, including impaired thinking and memory. Although […]

Combat Alzheimer’s Disease with The Mediterranean Diet


A healthy diet is necessary for individuals in all stages of life. A balanced diet optimizes and fuels the body throughout the long hours of the day. Diet becomes even more important as a person ages, especially after the onset of a disease like Alzheimer’s. Alzheimer’s disease is a brain disorder that devastates memory and […]

Ways to Reduce the Risk of Dementia

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One of the most common health risks associated with seniors is the development of dementia. The World Health Organization (WHO) recently reported that dementia is a rapidly growing health problem. Right now, dementia affects about 50 million people worldwide. It is a major cause of disability and dependency among seniors, and it is a huge […]