Can either exercise, or healthy diet, or mental activities, or socialization, or music
be used as a therapy to treat people living with Alzheimer’s?
By Wantland J. Smith
Alzheimer's Reading Room
|This Man Decided to Fight Alzheimer's |
-- Jay Smith
But wait a minute! No one is promoting using these lifestyle prevention strategies as a treatment regimen. Nonetheless, I am beginning to, at least for myself, after living with the symptoms of Alzheimer’s for a long time – six years since my diagnosis of “early Alzheimer’s disease,” and more than a dozen years since the first symptoms became worrisome enough that I sought a neurological workup to try to find out what was causing them.
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Original content Wantland J. Smith, the Alzheimer's Reading Room