Stimulate The Brain for Seniors and Elderly

Grandmother with Walker

Tired of doing crossword puzzles to stimulate your mind in attempt to prevent dementia.  There might be a new, more simple approach to ward of the dreaded condition.  Routine pleasure, such as a walk around the block, reading a good novel, or a game of simple checker with the grandchildren are all activities that can help you defend against mental decline according to Prevention.com.  In one study from Rush University Medical Center, those who regularly read, write, or play games shown “healthier densities of white matter” than those who didn’t.  Another study conducted by UCLA, those who are active are much more likely to have a healthy level of gray matter.  While white matters transmit information, gray matters control muscles, memory speech and senses.  Healthy amount of both help seniors achieve optimal brain health, thus a higher likelihood in preventing dementia.

Sometimes seniors can use a little motivation to do activities that are beneficial to them.  When family members are too busy to share time with the seniors, a caregiver from A-1 Home Care can step in and help support and assist your loved one without a problem.  Our business has over 20 years of experience, and our expert caregivers were carefully selected by us to ensure that they meet our quality standards.  Our in home care services include Alzheimer’s Care, Diabetic Care, Arthritis Care, After Surgery Care, Parkinson’s CareIncontinence Care, Heart Attack Care, Post Stroke Care, Kidney Disease Care, and other home care scenarios.  Coverage spans from the cities of  Glendale, Pasadena, San Marino, Studio CityHollywood, Westwood, Santa Monica, Malibu, Long Beach, Torrance, Whittier, Encino,  Calabasas, and others areas in Los Angeles and Orange County.

To find a caregiver for your loved one, please call 562-929-8400 today, or visit www.a-1domestic.com for more info.  You can also find us on Facebook and Twitter!

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