World Alzheimer’s Day 2020: Older people can’t just have Alzheimer’s, take this precautionary measure

World Alzheimer’s Day 2020: Today is World Alzheimer’s Day. This year is celebrated on September 21 every year with the aim of making people aware of diseases like Alzheimer’s and dementia. Alzheimer’s is said to be a disease that mostly affects the elderly, resulting in a gradual decline in a person’s memory and thinking. But that’s not true. In fact, Alzheimer’s is a mental illness in which a person’s memory and thinking gradually decline.

Dementia is the most common form of Alzheimer’s disease. Although the disease is now confined to the elderly, young people are also affected. Millions of people are infected with this disease every year. In this situation it becomes very important to understand the disease, its symptoms and methods of prevention.

Why is this disease –

Disorders of protein structure in the brain increase the risk of Alzheimer’s. It is a disease related to the brain, which causes a person to gradually lose his memory.

Symptoms of Alzheimer’s

Insomnia at night

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Forget things quickly

Illumination of the eyes

Having trouble doing even the smallest things
– Can’t recognize your family members

Decisions affect the ability to remember, think and make decisions

– Frustration, fear

Alzheimer’s prevention tips

According to doctors, in order to control this disease of forgetfulness, a person needs to be physically healthy as well as mentally healthy. Don’t let negative thoughts affect your mind. Listen to your favorite music, sing, cook, garden, etc. to keep the mind happy, so that his mind can be involved. In addition, precautions such as mind management, healthy living and medication distance can prevent Alzheimer’s and dementia.

According to Dr. Tripathi, Additional Professor, Department of Psychiatry, King George Medical University, it is important to be friendly with all family members to protect the elderly from memory loss. Do not make the elderly feel lonely, take time to talk to them, do not ignore their words, but listen to them attentively.

Although physicians have not yet been able to find a cure for the disease, the disease can be largely avoided by making changes in their lifestyle.

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-Exercise regularly.

– Eat a nutritious diet.
– People should meet, so that there is no frustration.
– Get enough sleep.
Maintain positive thinking.
– Stay away from sabotage.
– Control blood pressure and sugar.
– The amount of sugar should be kept low.
– Don’t eat too much salt.
– Drink plenty of water.
– Weight should be balanced.
The diet should include a variety of fruits and vegetables such as whole grains, fatty proteins, etc.

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