Advanced age is frequently accompanied by memory impairment. This happens because of a general decline in brain activity related to age, reduction of the excitability of nerve cells, connections disturbances between neurons, and ultimately, complicated medical conditions. Skilled nursing services can often help, but unfortunately, the aging process cannot be stopped and is irreversible – to keep the clarity of mind to the very old age is for the most part in our power. Let’s talk about how to improve memory in old age.
- Healthy surroundings make for healthy minds
An adult family home in Seattle, Washington, like ours at Broadview Senior Care Adult Family Home LLC, can be the most effective route to take in effectively helping your loved one cope; for a good memory, you need a healthy functioning brain, and for this in its turn, it is necessary each day to maintain a healthy environment for work and recreation.
- Regular physical activity
Exercise improves blood circulation and, in turn, boosts brain function. You can start with taking walks in the morning.
- Proper nutrition