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The benefits of intermittent fasting for memory

Alzheimer’s is an awful disease to have, and an awful disease to watch loved ones suffer with. I know, because my grandmother had it.

Intermittent fasting is starting to become known as a way to reverse memory loss. 97 more words

Diet

A Theory becoming real?

OMG YESS!!! This is what I’m interested in…

I was job hunting, and found a part-time job involving in a Lab relating to Alzheimer’s patients.  Then I was browsing on the web, and read… 122 more words

14 July - Courtesy and Coffee

It’s scorchio once more and I have some running to do, in fact I have some catching up to do, as I am slightly behind target for July. 562 more words

Running

What Are You Sacrificing From The Lack Of Sleep

87% of Americans struggle to fall asleep and stay asleep. 164 million Americans are struggling with Sleep Apnea, Insomnia and Sleep Disorders. 1 in 4 Americans develop insomnia each year. 659 more words

Guilt and Caregiving

Guilt. It seems to be an ever present shadow in this journey of caregiving and grieving.

Some people seem to be able to say, “I’ve done all I can do.” And stop and feel okay. 876 more words

Communication

Through the Severe Stages

You and your loved have now entered the diagnosed stage seven of dementia. You have struggled through the confusion of  “What is wrong with my loved one?”, the loss of dreams with the initial diagnosis, watching the gradual decline of their cognitive abilities and now their physical abilities are diminishing. 350 more words

General Dementia Edu