Effects Of Alcoholism In Youth

Alcoholism is medically diagnosed as a disease that exhibits itself in the individual’s frequent use of alcohol irrespective of its negative consequences. Death due to alcohol abuse is over 100,000 and is in an ever-increasing state; from accidents to organ failures the effect is far and reaching. Alcohol consumption affects the individual both mentally and […]

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Alcoholism: When can suddenly ...

You went out last night. Did you had a drink. You feel like you’ve been drinking too much and you want to stop so you stop. Most people feel like that after a lot of occasional drinking. However, social or occasional infrequent drinking is not alcoholism. Suddenly stopping drinking can be a bad idea. If you […]

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Alzheimer’s Disease: Treatment...

Mrs. S’s 70-year-old husband forgot to pick the grandkids from school today. She did notice something has been up with him lately but just couldn’t understand what. Is old age catching up to him? He never remembers anything she tells him to do these days. Sometimes he has difficulty remembering names of some family members. […]

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10 Signs You May Have Obsessiv...

As per WHO (World Health Organisation), About 2% of the world’s population suffer from OCD which is roughly 1 in 50 people. OCD (Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder) is a type of anxiety disorder that causes obsessive and compulsive thoughts to a person. This article highlights the various types of symptoms that are associated with OCD. Listed below […]

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How to Stop Porn Addiction?

As most of us realize there is a great and lot deal of porn floating around the web these days. With porn so easy to come by it, there is also a little surprising fact that porn addiction is on the rise and no wonder how it is fueled. Many people will and may be […]

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All you need to know is Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer's Disease

Alzheimer’s Disease is a neurodegenerative disorder where the individual finds difficult to recollect his/her memories. It starts with a mild effect and becomes worse as the days pass by. Do not confuse Alzheimer’s with dementia because both are different. In order to overcome Alzheimer’s all you need is have knowledge about – How to help or how to manage? Go ahead and learn more!

Tips to Manage Alzheimer’s Disease

1. Be social:

It’s okay to talk about suffering, try to take out the social egos apart and be engaged with the discussion about Alzheimer to someone who you feel trustworthy might be family, friends, or clinical professionals. Be open and direct towards the path of better recovery and cure. Sharing the precise information is the key which eliminates the misconception about the disorder. Focus on what the medical professionals prescribe.

2.Regular exercises:

It might sound so familiar and too common but the results from it are so effective. According to the Alzheimer’s research and prevention foundation, regular exercise can drop the risk of Alzheimer’s by up to 50%. This habit can stimulate the cerebellum’s ability to sustain the old memories and maintain new ones. Target at least 150 min of intense exercise at least once in a week.

3. Eat healthily:

Many studies show that following the Mediterranean diet (plenty of veggies, beans, whole grains, fish and olive oil) and Omega-3 fat foods such as cold water fishes (salmon, tuna, trout seaweed). Minimize the danger of cognitive impairment and Alzheimer’s disease.  It is advisable to cut down sugary foods and high carb foods such as flour, rice, and keep an eye on hidden sugars in all the packed food. Because these foods might increase the level of blood sugar which inflame the brain.

4.Learn different and more:

The important groundbreaking theory by NIH ACTIVE for the suffering individuals is “use it or lose it”. The individuals who are keen to show off their interest in learning new things and challenge their brain are less likely to develop Alzheimer’s. Put yourself in a situation of learning new things such as practicing a foreign language, learning musical instruments, taking a new hobby like reading good books or playing some strategy games or puzzles can create patterns and rhythms inside the memory connections.

5.Managing stress:

The heavy toll that takes on the brain is stress. Increase in stress might result in hampering the nerve cell growth, shrink in memory and much more. To overcome stress and minimize the risk of  Alzheimer’s, it is mandatory to follow some effective activities such as breathing exercises, building inner peace, maintaining the sense of humor always, stop smoking, and controlled blood pressure and cholesterol levels. So whatever you went through is 100% effective for the short-term threshold for long-term remedies, it is advisable to knock the doors of medical professionals, so be clear and be clear! Call us @ +91 9741476476   

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