These Brain Exercises May Slow Down Alzheimer’s Disease

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In this CBN News video, neurologist Dr. Andre Fredieu from the Carrick Brain Center talks about brain exercises that have been found to help patients with Alzheimer’s disease.

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The center reports successful stories of many Alzheimer’s patients who have either regained precious memories or have grown less anxious and more confident since undergoing some of the exercises.

Although the brain exercises do not cure Alzheimer’s disease or stop its progression, they have seemed to slow down the progression, giving patients and families more quality time together.

The center also focuses on diet for Alzheimer’s patients and recommends people with the disease avoid processed grains and foods with trans-fats. There is also some evidence that the inclusion of coconut oil may be beneficial for some patients.

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