Alzheimer’s


Remembering

The Psychology Dictionary states the remembering is “to recall with effort or think of again… Spontaneously recalling information stored in the memory.” [1] Recalling memories is an important aspect of your mental health.  In Alzheimer’s, recalling memories becomes increasing more difficult as the disease progresses.  Initially, an Alzheimer’s patient loses short-term memory recall, those day-to-day memories.  However, these same individuals can usually…


Alzheimer’s Awareness

As many of you know, Alzheimer’s Disease is real for me.  My mom was diagnosed in 2015, after it was confirmed that our family carries the dreaded APO4 gene.  However, just because you carry the gene doesn’t mean you will get Alzheimer’s.  I plan on doing everything to not turn that gene on from nutrition to lifestyle to supplements. January…


World Alzheimer’s Day – Sep 21st

Alzheimer’s is a disease of the brain that causes a gradual, progressive and degenerative loss of one’s ability to remember, think, reason, judge, orient, and speak.  Alzheimer’s disease is only one type of dementia.  Dementia is a group of disorders that impairs mental functioning. Dementia is not a normal part of aging.  Howard Gruetzner, author of Alzheimer’s, a patient with Alzheimer’s will…