How to Overcome Dementia in Older Age?

Have you ever seen or experienced a situation when you were rushing away to meet a colleague but still busy looking for a cell phone that is actually within your grasp? Or, you may be busy looking for objects that you have previously saved. Yes, such conditions are often experienced by the elderly and may be senile symptoms, especially if this often happens. Sure, very annoying is not it? It usually happens to our elderly parents. Overcoming the problem of dementia or Alzheimer is not easy. You need a more professional person from the field. Therefore, if your parents get symptoms of Alzheimer then it will be better if you immediately take him to senior home care for better care.

In addition, this can be done by training the performance of your parents’ brains as well as keeping your fitness and muscles strong as well as your older brain requires mental exercise that can strengthen the cell tissues of the brain called neurons. This happens if your parents are willing to do a new activity and not just a routine. How to do it? Here’s the review!

Develop new interests-these can be embodied in art forms, such as sculpting, puzzle-making, crossword puzzles, learning a new language, a word playing, and activities that trigger the brain to think. You can also learn and visit interesting places around you.

The importance of social interaction-a two-way relationship while conversing will help the brain not be in a passive state, it also aims to avoid boredom and maintain the sharpness of the brain in responding or providing feedback.

Tell me back-if your parents are reading a book or getting any information try to tell it to family members, relatives or others. Similarly, when your parents hear and see news from television to train short and long-term memory.

Use the Physically-active Indra also works in developing a memory so as not to get senile easily. Using all the senses each day will strengthen the brain’s response signal. Your parents can also try to use non-dominant hands when brushing their teeth, using the phone, and pressing a button on the TV remote.