Face Alzheimer’s Disease Bravely part 2Thu 13 Jul 2023
Continuing from the first part, Alzheimer’s disease is known to mainly target the aged population and it enters very quietly and silently without warming into a family life.
Alzheimer Disease also has an Adverse Effect on Memory. Alzheimer’s is a brain disease that causes a slow decline in memory, thinking and reasoning skills.
Helen Keller had said:” When one door of happiness closes, another opens, but often we look so long at the closed door that we do not see the one, which had been opened for us.” But when a time comes when all doors are closed is the time when we are in a real problem. It is the family that bears the brunt when Alzheimer’s hits one of its members. The better care taken of the patient ensures a hopeful faster recovery.
According to the journal The Lancet Neurology, a mutation in the PSEN1 gene was found, which alters the function of gamma secretase, and is a known cause of young onset Alzheimer’s disease.
Also read – Face Alzheimer’s Disease Bravely
The warning signs and symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease vary from case to case but by and large; the beginning problem is Forgetfulness. Behavior Mood Erraticness and Personality Changes also happen.
The (7) Stages of Alzheimer’s disease include:
- Before Symptoms seen.
- Elementary Forgetfulness.
- Memorizing Problems seen.
- Losing Mental Control.
- Dependency on others for many tasks.
- More severe symptoms.
- Lack of physical control.
Always remember; we need to be as creative as possible in life. As renowned late American Author Ursula Kroeber Le Guin had rightly said: “The creative adult is the child who survived.” We need to USE OUR BRAIN and not be always dependent on Electronic Gadgets such as Cell phones and Calculators and be as Stress-Free as we can. Many of our aged Grand-Mothers and Grand-Fathers are still very active and agile because they could combat Stress well.
There are 14 ways to cope up and to the extent never get Alzheimer’s, including:
- Get up 15-35 minutes early
- Say “NO” more often
- Smile; it really helps
- Stand up and stretch.
- Memorize a joke
- Daily physical exercise is very useful
- Get to work early
- Get enough sleep; this can vary from individual to individual
- Use Time Sensibly
- Have goal-setting in your daily work-schedule
- Stretch your Memory Potential limits a little each day; e.g. avoid saving all phone numbers in your mobile; instead. Learn. I myself remember countless phone and mobile numbers but have only saved my mothers and brothers and residence number in my mobile and every single other number is in my memory. Our memory potential is huge – start exploring it
- Visualize yourself as a winner
- Prepare for the morning the night before
- Anticipate your needs
About the writer: Minoo Jokhi is a Mathemagician cum Memory Development Trainer based in Mumbai, India. He trains people of all ages right from 4 to 80 years of age and shows them how to increase their Memory-Power and once and for all shatter the myth that memory is neither good nor bad but in reality, is trained or untrained. Readers can contact him via email at [email protected] or follow him at http://www.minoojokhi.in/
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