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Brain exercises and dementia


Brain Exercises and Dementiaūü߆

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‚Ė™ÔłŹHow do you think:

‚Ė™ÔłŹCan you help your brain stay healthy and avoid memory loss by challenging your mind daily?

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ūüôĆYES, staying mentally active is beneficial for you and can delay loss of memory.

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‚Ė™ÔłŹBut what about people who already have dementia?

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Research suggests that "brain exercises" can also improve the ability to think in people with dementia. It can also delay further cognitive impairment. For people with dementia and their caregivers that equals better quality of life.

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Keeping patients with dementia socially involved and mentally active may be challenging, but it's crucial that they continue doing their hobbies and other activities.

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What other brain exercises are good for people with dementia?

‚úĒÔłŹsimple calculations

‚úĒÔłŹreading books at loud

‚úĒÔłŹtelling stories and role-playing

‚úĒÔłŹimagery exercises to stimulate the senses

‚úĒÔłŹdancing

‚úĒÔłŹplaying musical instruments

‚úĒÔłŹlistening to music

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It's worth remembering to avoid too difficult activities that may cause frustration in the patient. Let's encourage activities that dementia sufferers can cope with.

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Every caregiver should also try to reduce stress in patients with dementia. Excessive stress reduces memory capacity also in people without any brain disease.

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ūüĎČAre you a caregiver to somebody with dementia?

ūüĎČDo you regularly visit your grandparents and you started to worry about their memory problems?

ūüĎČWould you like to know what can you do to improve their brain health?

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ūüď•Contact us at geral@hpbrain.org or visit our websitehpbrain.org

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