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Posts Tagged ‘Memory Loss’

MR Caregiver

Real-Life Strategies for Caring for Someone with Memory Loss

Caring for a person with memory loss can be difficult, stressful, and even overwhelming. But it also can be one of the most gratifying, humbling and rewarding experiences in life. Whether assisting a spouse, relative or friend, caregivers are the backbone of long-term care. Over time, as a loved one’s memory continues to decline, caregiving […]

Nov 08, 2017   |   2 Comments »

NY-Memory Rescue

Memory Rescue: Strategies for BRIGHT MINDS l Amen Clinics New York

Join an interactive presentation and dialogue with Dr. Sandlin Lowe to explore how the most advanced brain imaging and innovative solutions can support brain health and improve memory issues. Amen Clinics delivers an advanced, comprehensive approach for assessing and treating memory issues and customizing individualized treatment programs. Learn how our unique method delivers better solutions […]

Oct 30, 2017   |   No Comments »

Inflammation Hurting Brain Health

How Do I Know If Inflammation Is Killing My Brain?

People who struggle with memory loss probably don’t think their gut might be to blame. But it could be. The gut, or gastrointestinal tract, is home to trillions of microorganisms, both helpful and harmful, collectively known as the microbiome. This community of bugs plays a key role in the health of your brain: Its activities […]

Sep 26, 2017   |   No Comments »

Retirement Aging

Does Your Brain Have to Age?

Most of us assume that as we get older our memory is bound to deteriorate like an old radio with faulty reception. We figure that losing keys, struggling with names and other signs of forgetfulness are the natural outcome of having lived past 60. This common attitude is usually summed up with a shoulder shrug […]

Sep 22, 2017   |   No Comments »

How to Get Your Memory Back Now

How to Get Your Memory Back – Now

Maybe you’re finding it more and more difficult to hold your train of thought in conversations… or you can’t make your favorite chicken dish anymore because the recipe is too hard to follow… or your brain feels foggy… or perhaps you’ve forgotten important appointments and you’re starting to worry about your memory. Do any of […]

Sep 01, 2017   |   No Comments »


Lyme Disease: The Great Masquerader

Lyme disease is a bacterial infection caused by the bite of an infected black-legged tick, also known as a deer tick. Lyme and its numerous co-infections can mimic or cause virtually any medical, neurological, or psychiatric condition. Known as the “great imitator,” Lyme has been vastly under-diagnosed in the United States due to inadequate testing […]

May 16, 2017   |   26 Comments »

Preventing Memory Loss

4 Simple Steps to a Better Memory

When I was growing up, outer space was the new frontier. Now, it is the space between your ears. And make no mistake…you are in a war for the health of that frontier. Consider this: Everywhere you go, someone is trying to shove bad food down your throat that will kill you early. The real […]

Sep 21, 2016   |   No Comments »

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Burning More Calories Associated with Reduced Alzheimer’s Risk

Whether they jog, swim, garden or dance, physically active older persons have larger gray matter volume in key brain areas responsible for memory and cognition, according to a new study by researchers at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and UCLA. The findings, published today in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, showed also that […]

Mar 11, 2016   |   No Comments »


10 Early Alzheimer’s Symptoms That You Should Know

When young people think about retirement, they often dream of leisurely days with loved ones and finally pursuing the hobbies that they never had time for.  What they don’t anticipate is spending their golden years forgetting loved one’s names and getting lost on the way to the hobby shop… Alzheimer’s Disease now affects more than […]

Oct 03, 2013   |   No Comments »

Dental Health Linked to Dementia Risk

Do you floss regularly?  Brush your teeth after every meal?  If you do, you might be preventing more than just cavities and gum disease.  A recent study found that people who keep their teeth and gums healthy with regular brushing may have a lower risk of developing dementia later in life. Researchers at University of […]

Sep 04, 2012   |   No Comments »

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