THE AGING BRAIN
THERAPIES USED TO ASSIST IN DECLINING
MENTAL & PHYSICAL BRAIN FUNCTION & PERFORMANCE
PEOPLE LIVING WITH
ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE WORLDWIDE
EVERY 68 SECONDS, AN AMERICAN DEVELOPS ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE
VALUE OF UNPAID
Too often, early signs of neurological or age-related cognitive decline or geriatric syndromes (age-related conditions like Dementia) can be dismissed as “normal” signs of aging. Changes in eye movements, balance, coordination, and mild memory loss can be seen years before advanced signs of Parkinson’s, Dementia, or Alzheimer’s appear. If you or a loved one notices changes in mental function, memory, mobility, and movement or changes in sleep patterns, these are just a few common symptoms that should not be ignored. Being proactive about brain health is the first step to living a longer and more fulfilled life. Don’t be afraid to speak up and get help to feel your best at any stage of life.
Mental stimulation is vital in slowing the progression and potentially restoring the aging brain's declining psychological and physical function. At Better Brain & Body, we do just that. This is achieved by exercising the brain through training more than one of your senses (a multi-sensory approach) to improve neural pathways. Then, with advanced technologies and breakthrough therapies, we work closely with our patients to create an individualized treatment plan and home exercises to combat cognitive decline.
Left untreated, symptoms often continue to become more severe over time. Fortunately, targeted brain treatment can help strengthen weakening areas in the brain and restore functionality and quality of life for many suffering individuals.