You can reduce the risk of developing dementia if you keep yourself healthy by: Maintaining healthy blood pressure Eating healthy diet Quitting smoking Exercising regularly Avoiding alcohol Drinking plenty of water Surrounding yourself with good people Setting realistic goals
According to several research studies, regular exercise, walking, yoga, cycling and swimming help achieve significant improvement in the motor functions of the people suffering from Parkinson’s. Physical activity slows down the progression of the disease. Regular physical activity is the key to betterment.
Vitamin E (almonds, green leafy vegetables) B Vitamins (folic acid, vitamin B12 and vitamin B6 – meat, fish, poultry, egg, beans, fruits, green leafy vegetables, lentils, whole wheat cereals) Magnesium (nuts, seeds, whole grains) Vitamin D - Sunlight, fish & Egg Vitamin C - guava, oranges, tomatoes, plums, strawberry, Apple Calcium - milk
Don’t panic Remove close by objects to prevent injury Turn the person to their side Don’t hold the person Don’t provide water Don't give pills and food to the person until the person is completely responsive Seek emergency help if seizure continues for longer than 5 minutes
To prevent headache or migraine avoid red wine caffeine, aged cheese, and chocolates, food additives (mono-sodium glutamate or MSG; Nitrates and nitrites – these are found in processed foods). Therefore, avoid processed foods Note: Don’t overdo – which means don’t try to change your life by avoiding everything.