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Comfort Zone Check In Product Review

Comfort Zone Check In is a product developed by the Alzheimer’s Association, with the primary aim of allowing caregivers and relatives of those suffering Alzheimer’s disease to facilitate a greater level of independence and significantly improve the quality of life of the patient. Importantly, the product also allows for the continued safety and security of [...]

The Link Between an Increase in Exercise and Decrease in Dementia Still Uncertain

According to CBC News, a recent study revealed that there is a direct link between an increase in exercise and a decrease in dementia. According to this new research, exercise will slow the progression of dementia in seniors. The benefits of exercise and physical activity in younger years will be rewarded later in life. [...]

Benzodiazepines Sleeping Pills Increases Dementia Risk

A recent study shows a direct link between sleeping pill use and dementia. Recently the news released the findings of a French study[1]  that Benzodiazipines increase the risk of developing dementia by a 50%. In addition it was found that Benzodiazepines could lead to depression. If you use these sleeping pills, which are [...]

Low Levels of Vitamin C May Be Linked to Dementia

A recent study is disproving the results of an earlier study in 2008 that found there was no link between Vitamin C and dementia. This recent study found that patients with mild dementia had much lower concentrations of Vitamin C than those who showed no signs of dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. The University of Ulm’s [...]

Effects of Diet on the Brain

The brain is part of the central nervous system which is in charge of processing information and body functions. Omega-3 fatty acids are necessary for the growth and development of the brain and for preventing cerebrovascular disease. Omega-3 fatty acids are especially essential for cognitive processes as learning and memory. Diets including fish [...]