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Frontotemporal Dementia: When Mental Illness makes your spouse a stranger

May 6, 2012

Complex exercise is the best way of preventing brain decline

I woke up at 6 today and what a great way of starting your day than doing a couple of brain body exercises for ten minutes. After that my brain was ready to read The New York Times!. I found a a phenomenal story in the cover of The New York Times. A hubby starts taking bad financial decisions, the wife decides to leave him and files for divorce. It turns out that the husband was developing a rare form of dementia, frontotemporal dementia. The wife apologizes and questions herself for doubting the love of her life.  Click here to keep reading

TIPS TO PREVENT COGNITIVE DECLINE

1.- Keep your Mind motivated and your brain active in any field that makes you constantly learn: reading,  problem solving, brain fitness exercises, learning a language, playing an instrument or a memory game.

2.- Work your brain with movement. You can train your brain with movement in several ways:
a.- From left to right b.- From Front to back c.- From your sixth sense (proprioception) d.-From constant learning of  new movements  e.- Movement mastery f.- Practice cardiovascular activity daily. My Book specializes in delivering the best of a brain and body workout

3.- Eating can influence your brain in a powerful way. Foods with high antioxidants, low fats, low sugars (apples, yogurt, berries salmon, walnuts, strawberries)

4.- keep yourself socially active and make sure you are surrounded by great friends:  you can join a book club, walking club or a gym. Staying socially active is really important.

5.- Practice daily meditation to make sure you achieve a powerful , calmer Mind and a more focused brain

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