Early signs of memory loss are often subtle and may be difficult to recognize. For instance, if you notice your loved one slowly withdrawing from their social circle, it may be a sign that they are beginning to experience cognitive decline. In the early stages of memory loss, they are aware of their increasing forgetfulness and may become fearful of experiencing this in a social setting, thereby making excuses to avoid these situations.
The sooner any type of cognitive decline is recognized and addressed, the greater the potential for slowing its progress.
There are a few things to keep in mind:
1) With the latest research in neuroplasticity, we now understand that there are proactive approaches to cognitive decline that may slow its progression and/or increase well-being and quality of life.
2) You are not alone.
Our goal at BrainFlex® Wellness Club is healthy aging and living well. We help seniors accomplish this through a carefully designed program that incorporates four key concepts, which are socialization, nutrition, brain training, and exercise.