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As heard on Its Your Business with Bill Zortman

KELO-5-8-24-DR.BLEGEN
00:00 / 11:58

Who can benefit?

●Memory loss ●Mild cognitive impairment ●Alzheimer's disease ●Family dementia history ●Prior brain injury ●Poor sleep ●Chronic stress ●Substance misuse ●Post-concussion syndrome ●Prior stroke or TIA ●Vascular dementia ●Other dementia ●Caregiver ●Depression ●Anxiety ●Unhealthy diet ●Multiple sclerosis ●Parkinson's disease ●Heart disease ●Hypertension ●Prior exposure to environmental toxins/pollutants ●Aging ●And others

How much does it cost?

$399 per month - that's as low as $10 per class/appointment The program offers you up to 40 class and treatments sessions per month under one roof - you choose your classes ●The low cost for these services is designed to make brain health & dementia resources accessible to Eastern South Dakotans ●We offer courtesy billing for applicable insurance programs, which means that a superbill can result in reimbursement to you.

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Today,
we start on a mission to safeguard our most precious asset - our minds

Improve Brain Health. Improve Cognition. Prevent Dementia. Navigate Dementia.

Key Dementia Categories

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1

Progressive Dementias

These worsen over time and are irreversible. Examples include Alzheimer's, Vascular, Lewy Body, Frontotemporal, and Mixed Dementia.

2

Conditions Linked to Dementia

These tend to start at a younger age. Once dementia develops, it is irreversible, but do not always worsen. Examples include brain injury, Parkinson's disease, Huntington's disease, multiple sclerosis, substance/medication use, and other medical conditions.

3

Dementia-Like Conditions

Can be reversed or halted with treatment. They can become risk factors for dementia. For example, substance/medication use, medical conditions and events, and psychological conditions.

  • You are more forgetful

  • Other people say you are not remembering things

  • You have problems saying the right words

  • You lose your train of thought or get more confused

  • You forget people's names or who they are

  • It is harder to organize, plan, think of option, or solve problems

  • It is more difficult to remember medication, handle finances, or drive

  • You have declines in vision, hearing, or smell perception

  • You get lost

  • You lose track of time

  • Other people say your personality, mood, or behavior has changed

  • You have sleep problems

  • You have hallucinations or delusions

  • You have several medical conditions or take a lot of medication

  • You struggle keeping healthy in what you eat, drink, do, and feel

  • You have a family history of dementia

Warning signs, by themselves, are not diagnostic of a neurocognitive disorder. Other conditions may present with similar symptoms and need to be considered.

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Dementia Is Not Inevitable.

Q: What is dementia?
A: Dementia is a condition that damages the structure and function of the brain. It is a disease that causes cognitive, behavioral, and social symptoms. This can lead to significant impairment in daily activities and a decreased quality of life for patients and their families.

Q: Can dementia be prevented or reduced?
A: The development of dementia can be uncertain and vary greatly depending on the type of dementia and individual factors. Addressing risk factors can reduce the risk of
developing dementia. Early detection and treatment can also slow the progression of the disease.

 

 

 

 

Q. At what age should I get brain health treatment?

A. Intervening in your brain health earlier rather than later is crucial. Research suggests that the accumulation of amyloid-beta and tau protein, inflammation, and cell breakdown begin to disrupt brain connections important for memory 6-30 years (depending on the pathology) before signs of cognitive impairment of dementia are observed. Neurocognitive disorder can happen at any age. Therefore, taking proactive steps to maintain your brain health is essential for a fulfilling life.

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