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  • Alzheimer's

    The latest posts for Alzheimer's are listed below.
    • Brain-Healthy Foods That Can Reduce Your Alzheimer's Risk

      Alzheimer’s disease, the most common form of dementia, is a progressive disease that affects one’s memory and cognitive abilities, for which there is no cure. For those with family members who suffer from Alzheimer’s, it is often a scary and emotional experience to have to watch your loved one gradually forget all that he or she once held dear. Although there is no cure for this disease, it is ...
    • Can Poor Sleep Lead to Alzheimer's Risk?

      Many scientists have, in recent years, uncovered a possible link between sleep and senior memory impairment. The neuroscientists at the University of California, Berkeley published their findings in Nature Neuroscience , revealing that age-related deterioration of the prefrontal cortex region of the brain was connected to one’s failure to achieve the kind of deep sleep that helps the brain ...

    Holistic Approach to Patient Care

    The latest posts for Holistic Approach to Patient Care are listed below.
    • Brain-Healthy Foods That Can Reduce Your Alzheimer's Risk

      Alzheimer’s disease, the most common form of dementia, is a progressive disease that affects one’s memory and cognitive abilities, for which there is no cure. For those with family members who suffer from Alzheimer’s, it is often a scary and emotional experience to have to watch your loved one gradually forget all that he or she once held dear. Although there is no cure for this disease, it is ...
    • Improving Heart Health

      Ever heard the saying “you are what you eat”? This couldn’t be further from the truth. Many foods nowadays, particularly convenience foods, are processed and loaded with preservatives and chemicals that tend to have long-lasting detrimental effects on our bodies. One particular system it affects is our cardiovascular system (heart and blood vessels). Those who are over-weight, have high blood ...
    • How Well Does Occupational Therapy Improve Manual Dexterity?

      Manual dexterity is defined as a person’s ability to make precise, small, or intricate movements with their hands and fingers. It is our body’s unique capability to grasp and manipulate objects with total control but also to do so without thinking about it. Most of us do not realize just how important manual dexterity is in our day-to-day lives until it is gone. As we age, manual dexterity will ...

    King Street Rehab

    The latest posts for King Street Rehab are listed below.
    • Brain-Healthy Foods That Can Reduce Your Alzheimer's Risk

      Alzheimer’s disease, the most common form of dementia, is a progressive disease that affects one’s memory and cognitive abilities, for which there is no cure. For those with family members who suffer from Alzheimer’s, it is often a scary and emotional experience to have to watch your loved one gradually forget all that he or she once held dear. Although there is no cure for this disease, it is ...
    • 10 Important Nutrition Tips for Seniors

      Most people struggle with maintaining a healthy diet comprised of all the necessary nutrients their bodies need, but seniors in particular can feel challenged. As our bodies age, our metabolisms start to slow down – with a major decrease in efficiency around the age of 40 and again at 60 – and our nutritional needs increase or start to vary. This combination of occurrences causes a double-whammy ...
    • 5 Most Common Health Concerns for Seniors

      As people age, new health concerns emerge, presenting different challenges. Being aware of the potential changes you may begin to face as a senior can help you take an active role in your health, and allow you to take the right steps to minimize your risk for disease as you age. Given that the life expectancy for those living in the United States today is longer than ever before, you will want to ...

    Rehab Center

    The latest posts for Rehab Center are listed below.
    • What Are the Qualities of an Exceptional Caregiver?

      If you are considering hiring a caregiver, you will want to properly screen possible candidates to ensure you and your loved one are comfortable and satisfied with the services they offer. This is not a minor decision, so try not to worry about asking too many questions. There is no such thing! Matching caregivers with clients is a process exceptional facilities have perfected, but you should ...
    • Improving Heart Health

      Ever heard the saying “you are what you eat”? This couldn’t be further from the truth. Many foods nowadays, particularly convenience foods, are processed and loaded with preservatives and chemicals that tend to have long-lasting detrimental effects on our bodies. One particular system it affects is our cardiovascular system (heart and blood vessels). Those who are over-weight, have high blood ...
    • How Well Does Occupational Therapy Improve Manual Dexterity?

      Manual dexterity is defined as a person’s ability to make precise, small, or intricate movements with their hands and fingers. It is our body’s unique capability to grasp and manipulate objects with total control but also to do so without thinking about it. Most of us do not realize just how important manual dexterity is in our day-to-day lives until it is gone. As we age, manual dexterity will ...

    Therapy After a Stroke

    The latest posts for Therapy After a Stroke are listed below.
    • The Importance of Quality Therapy After a Stroke

      At King Street Rehab in Westchester County, our luxurious facilities provide a holistic healing approach to patients for all manners of rehabilitative needs. A stroke may cause one or more of the following lingering complications: Partial paralysis (on one side of body) Pain or inability to swallow easily Slurred or distorted speech Amnesia or reduced critical thinking skills Mood swings or ...
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