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Comfort Keepers offers Care At Home in Tryon, NC
Comfort keepers care at home offers services to help keep your seniors brain active in Tryon, NC
As people, sometimes are memories fail us and we forget things. For some examples we forget where we put our wallets, forgot names, forget birthdays, and even forget anniversaries! While for us we view this as us just being forgetful, when our elderly loved ones forget, we worry that they are showing signs of mental sicknesses. Luckily for us, these are probably signs of non-medical memory loss. Even though they may be showing non-medical signs of memory loss, there are ways to help keep your mind active and strong.
Comfort Keepers care at home services team has combined a list of ways to keep your senior loved one’s brain active:
- Exercise: As simple as walking helps your brain release a protein called BDNF that helps your mental and memory capabilities
- Socialize: Talking to family, friends, and neighbors helps with depression and stress which can cause a better memory
- Sleep: While you sleep, it helps the brain reset and let the memories consolidate so you are able to recall them later
- Stimulate: To help stimulate the brain, play board games, read, do a puzzle, play memory games, and much more.
Comfort Keeper Can Help
Our caregivers are able to help your loved ones boost their memory abilities by helping them with physical activities, communicate with them to keep them socially active, and many more ways to help. In the case that your loved one is suffering from Alzheimer’s, we offer a care service to help you out as well.
If you would like to learn more about Comfort Keepers Care at Home Services in Tryon, NC please contact us through our website or call us at (828) 436-1994 to talk to us.