Learn about Diets, Dementia and Driving Video

Explore the health and wellbeing issues concerning diets, dementia and driving.
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Learn about Diets, Dementia and Driving Female: Hardly a week goes by when were not bombarded by the latest tinsel town dieting technique that promises to have us built and sparkling a starlet in three short weeks, but is dieting the answer? Cutting whole food groups out of your diet can send your body into famine mode, eat thinks there an environmental food shortage and starts holding every muscle you eat as fat for the future. This explains why when you break a diet and start eating like you again you gain all that weight back plus some. It takes two whole years of eating well balanced regular meals for your body to believe, it is in a stable enough environment to break the famine mode. If you eat everything in moderation and add some regular exercise to the mix, you’ll have a far better chance of keeping a steady weight over your life time. Best not to start that yoyo rolling off opt for the middle path. It’s heart reaching experience to have love one not know who they are who you are or what day it is, dementia is a progressive condition that effects mainly the elderly deteriorating the brain ability to cope with language, problem solving and memory. It can be the by product of another condition such as Parkinson or Huntington disease or maybe due to weak artery function in the brain. There are other forms too for which the cause is still a great unknown. A simple test at the doctor’s surgery could reveal a lot. The doctor will interview the patient and ask them to draw a house. A person with dementia will lead out some crucial element such as a door or the roof and not realize that it’s a simple but effective place to start. Female2: Confident diagnosis allows them to know what they’re facing and be able to get information to understand the illness have better idea of what they might expect In the future that may allow them if they wanted to make some plans for the future. Female1: A healthy lifestyle with plenty of exercise to increase the blood flow to the brain could help minimize your risk of dementia. Good food and mental stimulation could also be a key in keeping an alert mind. Feeling hand in by the bright lights of the big city, drive the frustration right out of your system with a road trip somewhere inspirational. Get away from a harsh reds and gray of the urban escape and head for a patch of green driving through freshly forested mountains and rolling green hills has a calming effect on the soul. These kind of landscapes are being use to treat trauma patients. Once the eyes feast on fresh green vegetation and vast bodies of water, the brain experiences calming alpha and theta wave patterns that lead to lower blood pressure. The bright red based colors often associated with advertising, reminds the body of the desert, up goes the adrenaline and up goes the blood pressure. You don’t need state of the art trance inducing glassed to feed yourself calming green images, all you need is your car so drive your way out of the urban jungle and into some fresh green pasture for a real change of brain phase, imagine the wind in your hair and a smile on your face as you leave it all behind, drive yourself safe. Repetitive dieting can lead to severe mineral deficiencies you wont look very pretty when your hair starts falling out.

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