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Different Types of Dementia: More Than Just Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s is usually the first thing that comes to mind when people think of dementia, but it’s more than that: it’s a cognitive decline that’s not part of the natural aging process. It’s also not a single disease the way Alzheimer’s is, but a collection of signs and symptoms, depending on what part of the …

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Are Seniors Sleeping Better than Before?

Sleep is one of the most important factors for a healthy lifestyle, but as seniors age, sleep patterns can get disrupted. How can seniors combat poor sleep so age-related ailments are kept at bay?
Different Sleep, Not Less Sleep
One of the biggest myths surrounding seniors and sleep is they don’t need a lot of it. From …

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Caring for Family Members with Alzheimer’s

Living with someone who has Alzheimer’s is far from easy, but when you’re the main caregiver, life can feel downright impossible sometimes. Here’s a quick guide on how to alleviate stress in different areas.
Prepare. Bathing can be a traumatic time for some people and the more you can do to make your family member feel …

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Alzheimer’s Symptoms: Protecting Your Loved Ones

The symptoms of Alzheimer’s are usually seen in people who are already of the old age. But it is always

advisable to seek first the recommendation of a medical expert to confirm if any of the symptoms your
loved one may be experiencing would really …

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