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It may be awkward visiting friends or family members whose dementia has progressed to the point where they no longer recognize you, but your visit is still important. The Alzheimer’s Society recently conducted a survey of people diagnosed with dementia and, of the 300 survey respondents, 64 percent report that since their diagnosis they have felt isolated from friends and family.
Of all potential sleeping positions, sleeping on your side is most healthy for a variety of reasons. It is easier on your back, it clears your airways, and it may help you get a better night's sleep. Researchers at Stony Brook University in New York University have found that sleeping on your side may even help to prevent neurological illnesses such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's Disease.
Studies from across the globe has proven that too much exercise may, indeed, be harmful to your heath. A recent study at John Hopkins University has attempted to refute this, suggesting that greater fitness - -even at the highest levels of body stress -- was linked to greater longevity. These physicians searched for a threshold when higher levels of fitness would no longer benefit your health.