During a person’s younger years, their memory function may vary widely from their peers. This can be for a variety of reasons, both congenital and acquired. Setting aside any so-called or perceived ‘fixed’ limitations, most people have the capacity to improve their memory function the same way they would strengthen a physical muscle, that is, […]Read & Discuss »
- What Is the Difference between Dementia and Alzheimer’s?
- Strange Changes: Could My Loved One Have Dementia?
- Diagnosis Dementia: Five Ways to Help Your Loved One Cope With Their Condition
- Dementia: The Three Stages and What to Expect
- What Are the Stages of Alzheimer’s?
- Are Dementia and Alzheimer’s Hereditary?
- Is There a Difference Between Alzheimer’s and Dementia?
- Different Types of Memory Problems
- Symptoms of Different Types of Dementia
- Common Signs and Symptoms of Dementia
- Behaviors That Will Help Prevent Dementia
- Keeping Your Brain Active Helps Prevent Dementia
- Foods to Eat to Help Prevent Alzheimer’s
- What Is Vascular Dementia?