Tag: alzheimer’s disease

Dementia Caregiver Tips
14 Jan

Dementia Caregiver Tips – Laughter May Be a Better Medicine Than Traditional Treatments

Looking after a person you love with dementia is obviously nothing to laugh about. Nonetheless, research is frequently pointing to the benefits associated with humor, and adding it into dementia care could possibly be just what the doctor ordered to improve quality of life for your loved one. As an example, an Australian research study […]

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16 Sep

New Research Helps Us Understand Women’s Increased Risk for Alzheimer’s

Researchers are finally starting to get a grip on the imbalance between Alzheimer’s diagnoses in females and males. Presently, as many as 2/3 of those with Alzheimer’s in the U.S. are female, and as scientists continue to better grasp the particular nuances driving this trend, we are able to start addressing them. According to the […]

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21 Aug

Alzheimer’s Prevention News: Common Prescriptions to Avoid

They’re currently recognized to result in a number of short-term unwanted side effects, for example, memory issues and confusion, but new Alzheimer’s research connects several of the stronger anticholinergic drugs (such as those prescribed for Parkinson’s disease, epilepsy, depression, and overactive bladder) to a markedly increased risk for dementia. The research study included two groups […]

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07 Aug

How to Avoid Caregiver Injury Risks When Caring for Elderly Parents

While the ultimate goal is always to increase health and safety for the aging adults they love, family caregivers, regrettably, typically wind up compromising their very own health while caring for elderly parents. Believe it or not, an astounding 94% of caregivers in a recently available research study conducted by Ohio State University reported musculoskeletal […]

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07 Mar

Dementia Care Tips That Every Family Caregiver Needs to Know

If only providing care for a loved one with dementia came with a handbook, rather than the trial-and-error-and-trial-again method so many of us are faced with. The different periods of the disease that must be worked through make it all the more challenging; as soon as we begin to feel fairly adept at handling one […]

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09 Dec

Alzheimer’s Care Update: Promising Medication Reaches Final Trial Phase

At Heaven at Home, we stay up to date on all the latest Alzheimer’s care news, and in the last several years, it seems a new drug to treat Alzheimer’s disease pops up in the news every week. As dedicated Denton home care experts, we’re always happy to share the latest developments, but never before […]

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28 Oct

How You Sleep Might Be Affecting Your Brain

Are you a side sleeper? You might just be helping your brain in a big way! We all know that a good night’s sleep is great for the body and brain, but new research shows that our sleep positions might play a role in Alzheimer’s prevention. According to the study, certain positions help your brain […]

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21 Oct

Fountain of Youth: Can Younger Blood Keep You Youthful?

Ever wonder how kids have so much energy or why you never see a teenager with wrinkles? The reason is, quite literally, in their blood. It sounds like something from a sci-fi movie: injecting blood from a young person into an aging, Alzheimer’s patient, and watching as renewed youth is awakened. But that’s the outcome […]

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26 Aug

When Alzheimer’s Impacts Family Caregivers

If you are caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s, you know the commitment, patience and love it takes. Though both men and women make excellent caregivers, statistics show that women are predominantly the family caregiver. Additionally, a new study, Women and Dementia, reveals a disproportionate impact of Alzheimer’s and dementia on women. It’s been […]

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25 Jun

Reach out to Alzheimer’s Patients—Simply

Connecting with a loved one with Alzheimer’s or dementia could be just an app away. A new free app, made for iPads, allows you to create an interactive storybook on the life of a loved one with Alzheimer’s through personalized pictures, music and memory activities. Developed by Jenny Rozbruch to help her connect with her […]

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