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Supporting a person with dementia

A person with dementia in the middle and more severe stages requires care from relatives. You will need to help them with basic tasks such as walking, feeding, and showering. Being a caregiver is not easy, as you will have to spend all the time with the patient. But you can also ask for help…

Parkinsons tremors - types, symptoms and treatment

Uncontrolled shaking of hands, head, or feet are obvious symptoms for people with Parkinson’s disease. According to medical etymology, such involuntary and rhythmic movements refer to tremors. In the most diagnosed cases, trembling distinct from progressive muscle deterioration does not mean dementia progression. Aging factors or stressful situations often provoke undesirable motions different from Parkinson’s…

Overveiw of carotidynia

One of the neurologic disorders occupying the carotid artery is carotidynia. These painful pulse sensations in the neck qualify as terribly annoying discomfort which does not provoke fatal consequences for patients. Otherwise, long-term painful reactions make the patient’s life changeable and lead to severe problems over time. Although the disorder’s nature is pretty understandable, many…

Scientists have developed balanced diets that include healthy foods to help slow down or even prevent the onset of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.  However, the composition of the diet should take place strictly under the supervision of a specialist after the examination. The Mediterranean and MIND diets are the two best diets to help prevent…

What can help prevent a stroke

A stroke occurs when blood stops flowing to the brain. Most often, this is due to blood clots or plaques forming, which become an obstacle to normal blood circulation. The most important ways you should follow to prevent a stroke: No smoking and limiting alcohol; Eat healthy food and drinks; Lower your blood pressure; Do…

Physical Exercises for Adults with Alzheimer's

An active lifestyle is necessary for any person, even patients with Alzheimer’s disease. To improve their well-being, Alzheimer’s patients can engage in the following types of physical activity: Walking; Yoga chair; Cycling; Weight training; Swimming; Dancing. Gardening.   Why do people with Alzheimer’s disease have to be engaged in physical exercise? As with many other…

parkinsons disease diet

The dietary formula for patients with Parkinson’s should contain unsaturated fats and unprocessed supplements rich in vitamins, minerals, and other vital elements. These nutrients are required to: Enrich nervous, respiratory and cardiovascular systems to strengthen their natural functions for reducing Parkinson’s negative effects; Recover organs and tissues damaged by abnormal reactions from some medicines prescribed…

Frequently Asked Questions About Epilepsy

Epilepsy is a heterogeneous group of disorders characterized by recurrent, spontaneous seizures. The main symptom of epilepsy is epileptic seizures. What causes seizures? An epileptic seizure occurs due to disturbances in the processes of excitation and inhibition in the cerebral cortex cells. Epilepsy is polygenic. Genetic factors have an essential role in their genesis. They…

Best apps for alzheimer's patients

There are no treatments that can fight dementia at the moment. Nevertheless, you may avoid or delay the condition by eating a healthy, nutritious diet, training frequently, staying under suggested alcohol restrictions, quitting smoking, and, most importantly, playing specified smartphone games. Lone Star Neurology is here to discuss the 10 best apps for people with…

Memory-Games-and-Brain-Exercises-for-Alzheimers-Patients

It is just as crucial to keep your mind bright as your body in shape. It is especially essential for individuals who have Alzheimer’s disease or wish to avoid getting it. Alzheimer’s disease has no solution, and researchers are still working on medicines that might successfully stop the illness’s progression.  Nevertheless, as you age you…

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