Annotation:100 practical and inexpensive ways to prevent Alzheimers. All methods have been scientifically proven to help delay if not prevent the on-set of Alzheimers.
Annotation:Written by a world-renowned neurologist, this book covers 4 main sections: 1) Diet (including practical recipies) 2) Daily physical exercise 3) Daily Neurobics (brain exercises) 4) The importanceof stress reduction.
Annotation:Using very clear and easy to understand explinations Dr. Sabbagh discusses what Alzheimer's is, ways to prevent it and who's at risk. The last section of this book discusses various popular treatments/ prevention claims and their merits.
Annotation:An essential behind-the-scenes foray into the world of cutting-edge memory research that unveils ﬁndings about memory loss only now available to general readers. This book follows Sue Halpurn as she spends years in the company of the neuroscientists, pharmacologists, psychologists, nutritionists, and inventors who are hunting for the genes and molecules, the drugs and foods, the machines, the prosthetics, the behaviors and therapies that will stave off Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia and keep our minds-and memories-intact.
Annotation:Referred to as the About.com of Alzheimer’s, Maureen Dezell has a PhD in counseling psychology with a minor in gerontology. She has worked with Alzheimer’s patients for over a decade and has written plethora of journal articles and book chapters. In this book Dezell puts forth a comprehensive guide to Alzheimer’s disease in an easy-to-understand way.
Annotation:The 10 Best Questions™ for Living with Alzheimer's is a guide you'll take with you to your doctor's office and keep close at hand as your loved one progresses from the initial diagnosis through all the stages of the disease. In addition to the medical questions, you'll also learn what you need to ask your spouse or parent; questions to assess home safety issues, driving skills, and home care; and how to care for your own emotional, legal, and financial health. With a wealth of resources and up-to-the-minute information,
Annotation:Written by an experienced doctor who began his career as a geriatric psychiatrist, The Alzheimer's Answer Book covers such topics as: •What are the causes of Alzheimer's and dementia •What preparations do I need to make immediately after diagnosis? •Are there medications available that help slow the progress of the disease? •How can I tell if my parent is in pain? •How can I avoid "caregiver burnout" when I'm constantly caring for a parent? •Where can I find resources and support in my community? •What are the differences between Medicare and Medicaid, and how do I know what insurance will and will not cover? Written in an easy-to-read Q&A format.
Annotation:This book is directed towards those in the early stages of Alzheimer's. It describes diagnosis, treatments, daily life, changes beyond memory loss and prevention and control through lifestyle choices. There is a Q&A section and a list of resources.
Annotation:Studies have shown that regular exercise can not only improve brain function, but also potentially prevent the onset of cognitive diseases such as Alzheimer's. This book includes information on nutrition tips and recipes to promote brain health, facts on the signs, symptoms, and risk factors for cognitive disease, tips and guidance for caregivers and loved ones of dementia patients.
Annotation:The Brain Wash offers a comprehensive, easy-to-follow approach proven to help protect your brain from damage. Get individualized, proven prevention and treatment plans for Alzheimer's, depression, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, and more. Learn how everyday drugs, environmental pollutants, heavy metals, and pathogens cross the blood-brain barrier to wreak havoc on your brain. Discover that your nutrition and lifestyle choices have been proven to be the key determinants in your brain's health--and what to do about it.