Dementia is a big problem, growing with each passing day. What is worse is that the number of individuals with Alzheimer’s disease- the most common form of dementia- is predicted to triple in the next couple of years. Not to mention, Alzheimer’s disease is the seventh leading cause of death across the globe.
It is true there is no definite cure for Alzheimer’s or dementia, but this is preventable, it can be reversed or prevented. According to a new research, the molecule (amyloids) in the brain that brings about Alzheimer’s disease can possibly be removed with early recognition, ending in the reversal of dementia symptoms. If memory loss is interfering with your daily life, without further ado just get yourself or your loved one screened for Alzheimer’s disease. The earlier it is identified, the better outcome for the individual through treatments that remove that amyloid (50-75 percent) from the brain.
Dementia is progressive, the condition will worsen with each passing day necessitating Anthem assisted living care where they will live a mostly independent lifestyle, but could use assistance with day-to-day activities to live a full life.
According to studies, the lifestyle and behavior choices you make in terms of dietary changes, brain stimulation, etc. can be instrumental in reversing or preventing memory loss. Here are some of the steps (mainly lifestyle choices) to reverse dementia:
Implementing these tips and staying adherent to these tips can do your brain a world of good in terms of giving it an opportunity to heal, recover, and experience lesser memory issues. Even if you are not going through cognitive decline, the aforementioned tips can prevent brain aging. At the end of the day like the rest of the body the brain responds to all the same insults, which are poor diet, lack of physical activity, stress, nutritional deficiencies, inadequate sleep, etc. Adopting healthy lifestyle measures is the best way forward.