You may be wondering what, exactly, “brain age” means, why it may be important to you, and what you may be able to do to help protect it.
The purpose of The Longest Day is to raise awareness for Alzheimer’s care, support and research. From sunrise to sunset, families and friends of all ages will be choosing an activity to raise funds and awareness for research and programs to end Alzheimer’s disease.
As we near Mother’s Day, let’s honor all moms, paying special attention to the 13 million women in the US who are living with Alzheimer’s disease either as a patient or a caregiver.
It’s never too early to begin a daily routine with BEACON40. The lights are safe, quiet and noninvasive. They’re designed to fade into the background while you go about your daily routines, like watching TV, reading, or answering emails.
March is International Women’s month. For those of us focused on advancing innovative technologies that bring hope and help to families battling dementia, we remember that Alzheimer’s disease impacts women more than men. Women are more likely to develop the disease and women are more likely to provide unpaid care for individuals experiencing dementia.
In honor of National Caregivers Day, we have compiled 10 tips that every caregiver should know. A caregiver’s work is never done, but these tips can help to provide a framework for care.
Betty White died only a few weeks from her 100th birthday. The news devastated my now 50-something, former, college roommates and me. We lived together in Pennsylvania when the Golden Girls was a hit TV show in the late 80s.
What is sleep fragmentation? How does improved sleep affect memory? How 40Hz light reduces sleep fragmentation.
There are so many practical things that take up caregivers’ time, especially for those taking care of aging parents while still parenting young ones at home. These caregivers have a vast to-do list that includes balancing careers, setting up doctors’ appointments for the whole family, and possibly being the decision maker for the future. As […]
Dementia is the sixth leading cause of death in the world (with 60-70% of dementia cases being due to Alzheimer’s disease), and there are nearly 10 million new cases worldwide every year. These statistics are staggering, and while research continues, there is still no known cure for Alzheimer’s.