Brain health is about our ability to make the most of our brain’s resources and to help reduce some risks to it as we age. Find out about dementia and what can be done to help stave off cognitive decline.
At the Pacific Brain Health Center in Santa Monica, our experts treat a wide range of neurocognitive conditions that affect the brain such as dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. As these are not curable at this time, clinical trials and research are necessary to develop new and more effective ways of halting and even reversing cognitive decline in these diseases. Find out more in this informative video.
Pacific Brain Health Center experts care for a wide spectrum of disorders impacting brain health and wellness, including dementias such as Alzheimer’s disease, memory loss, depression and anxiety. Watch the overview video.
At-home workouts improve balance, mobility and strength in your 60s and beyond. Without a doubt, regular exercise is good for you at any age. But if you’re entering into the golden years of retirement and beyond, staying fit is even more critical, especially if you want to keep doing all the things you enjoy. Read more.
For the first time in human history, the world will be inhabited by more people over the age of 65 than under 18. What does this Great Age Wave mean and what are the implications? Find out more.
Healthy social engagement is sometimes overlooked as a powerful tool to help keep dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, anxiety and depression away. Find out more.
A small percentage of patients with dementia may have a brain condition called normal pressure hydrocephalus. The good news is that with the appropriate interventions, the dementia can be reversible. Learn more.
The signs of memory loss in middle-age or older adults can be daunting, whether it’s forgetting someone’s name or getting lost while driving to a familiar destination. Find out about care for memory loss, dementia and other related brain health conditions.
Brain health coaching can help keep the brain on track and help stave off cognitive decline that can come with aging. A multi-modal approach includes physical as well as mental fitness.
Dementia Deaths Have More Than Doubled—But How Exactly Can It Kill You? Doctors explain the deadly complications that can arise from this cluster of conditions.