Our body has a natural cycle that makes us feel sleepy at night and helps us wake up in the morning. This cycle is controlled by circadian rhythm. We all have sleep problems from time to time when we go out of sync from our body’s natural rhythm. Some people develop more serious sleep disorders requiring treatment.
Our Cognitive Wellness Programme is designed for individuals with Mild to Moderate Dementia, Mild Cognitive Impairment or even Depression. It combines a wide range of activities that are known to provide mental and physical stimulation with an aim to slow the progression of dementia.
As part of this program, we have included Cognitive Stimulation Therapy (CST), an internationally recognized therapy that has been shown to be successful for people with dementia. This is an evidence-based therapy in which we conduct group sessions centered around a theme.
“O sleep, O gentle sleep, Nature’s soft nurse, how have I frightened thee. That thou no more will weigh my eyelids down, and steep my senses in forgetfulness?” – William Shakespeare
Mental Health has become far more recognized and talked about in recent years. This positive change has led us to become more comfortable with discussing issues related to mental health and seeking out treatments and therapies for ourselves and our loved ones.
Physical exercise is an important part of a healthy lifestyle, contributing to general fitness, muscle control and coordination, and for a holistic sense of wellbeing. It is also essential for maintaining adequate blood flow to the brain. Exercise may stimulate brain cell growth and survival, which is required to slower down the pace of dementia.
32 players divided into 4 teams played cricket for the cause of Alzheimer’s Awareness on 1st October at Croire Cricket Club. The match was organized by Last Man Stands Gurgaon, who raised funds for Samvedna Senior Care’s Alzheimer’s Awareness program.
Glaucoma is a group of eye diseases that can cause blindness. It is an eye infection that is frequently connected with raised intraocular pressure, in which harm to the eye (optic) nerve can cause visual impairment and even lead to loss of vision.