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Alzheimer’s Awareness

Last week’s topic was looking for signs and symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease, and how to maintain a healthy lifestyle so you’re able to give yourself the best opportunity to prevent the disease. But if it should come to be, how do we deal with an early-onset Alzheimer disease diagnosis? Although preventative steps are still unknown in staving off the disease, there are ways in which you can still enjoy a happy and healthy life, especially when you keep a positive attitude.

Once the initial discomfort in a diagnosis begins to wane, it then comes time to take a positive approach and keep your mind and body as healthy as possible. A few techniques to ensure you’re treating your body right could be: eating a healthy diet; getting regular exercise; cutting down on alcohol consumption; using relaxation techniques (like meditating) to reduce overall stress.

If you’d like some reference material on some of these techniques for living a healthy lifestyle, feel free to visit to see our full list of blogs and information regarding such topics as “Meal Prep”, “Staying Active”, “Cognitive Stimulation”, and various other sources of information to ensure you’re living your healthiest life.

Although Alzheimer’s disease is generally thought to affect older people, we continue to bring awareness to early-onset Alzheimer’s disease, which can affect people in their 30’s and 40’s. It’s never too early to be prepared, and it’s never too late to take your first step.

Early diagnosis and treatment is integral to ensure a better overall quality of life for your future. If you or your loved ones think you may be experiencing some signs and symptoms of Alzheimer disease, please reach out to your healthcare provider for a screening. And if you’d like someone to keep an eye on how you and/or your loved ones are doing, our family at Remember When Homecare would be happy to provide updates as frequently as you’d like.

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