Multimodal Everyday Training and Brain Stimulation Improve Memory, Especially in Alzheimer’s Patients

Multimodal Everyday Training and Brain Stimulation Improve Memory, Especially in Alzheimer’s Patients
September 21 was World Alzheimer’s Day, a fitting occasion to announce that a recent study from Finnish and Swedish researchers has confirmed that MedUni Vienna scientists were right: Multimodal everyday training does, indeed, have a beneficial effect upon cognitive abilities such as planning and implementing projects. That is true for everyone, but particularly for Alzheimer’s disease (AD) patients. “By taking the correct steps, it is possible to delay or alleviate the early clinical symptoms of Alzheimer's, such as forgetfulness,” Peter Dal-Bianco, an expert in Alzheimer’s from MedUni Vienna’s Department of Neurology, said in a
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