Clutter, loose rugs and night lights are just some of the tips that can help make your home – or outside – safer. Medications can also put you at risk. Always keep an open conversation with your doctor regarding multiple medications.
Most dementia occurs at the end of life, which makes maintaining your brain health throughout your life all the more important. In ways to keep your brain healthy, you might be surprised that exercise is near the top of the list – especially due to vascular health.
The four most common types of dementia each have very distinctive features. They are Alzheimer’s, vascular, Parkinson’s and Lewe Body. Dr. Bruce Robinson discusses each.
Brain changes in 20’s, 30’s & 40’s are typically normal. But there are some incidences that people, of any age, that can indicate a turning point in their memory health. Listen for examples and explanations.
Dr. Bruce Robinson, Chief of Geriatrics, speaks about memory and our brains as we age. Losing a mind before a life is a great fear shared by many, and Dr. Robinson speaks about the stages.