Dementia

Habits that May Help Reduce the Risk of Dementia

Implausible as it may seem, interpersonal relationships are essential to reduce the risk of dementia. Unfortunately, this disease worsens progressively and ends up affecting many brain functions. However, some habits can help reduce the risk of dementia. In this article,…

What is Cotard’s Syndrome?

Cotard’s syndrome is a mental disorder in which the person thinks that she or he is dead without being so. It’s a type of delusion that is also known as nihilistic delusion or denial. It is very rare, but some cases…

Non-Alzheimer’s Types of Dementia

The changes in the brain that cause Alzheimer’s disease aren’t yet well understood. This lack of information might be why people mistakenly relate different types of dementia to this disease. Today, we’d like to clear up some of the confusion.

10 Reasons Why Red Wine Can Be Good for You

Red wine is an alcoholic beverage that has been a part of hundreds of cultures for centuries worldwide. It’s commonly consumed during celebrations and special occasions. However, many people like to have it with lunch or dinner, especially in Southern Europe.…

8 Signs of Dementia that Everyone Should Know

Dementia is a syndrome that is typically progressive in nature. It’s characterized by the loss of cognitive functions. Your cognitive functions give you the ability to remember things, your intellect, and your ability to carry out your daily activities. However, dementia goes beyond…

Sleep Deprivation May Lead to Dementia

Time and time again experts have warned us about the habits that can interfere with your quality of sleep, including eating dinner too late, watching TV before bedtime, or staying on your laptop or cellphone while you’re in bed. Most…