World Alzheimer’s Day
Also known as dementia, Alzheimer’s disease is not well known to many people. It is celebrated every year on 21st September to make people aware of Alzheimer’s. However, no cure or cause has been found for this disease which makes it difficult to treat. It can still be handled with a little care and support.
Commonly found in older people, it affects more than 33% of people worldwide. It is a condition that affects their memory, thinking and behaviour, making it difficult for them to perform routine tasks.
It has three stages, which range from mild to moderate to severe. Even in mild conditions, it can be cured by yoga and meditation.
Maintaining a healthy lifestyle such as avoiding drinking alcohol, and maintaining proper blood sugar levels, and cholesterol can help in controlling the disease.
Since Alzheimer’s severely affects memory, it is essential that one practices meditation and yoga daily to stay mentally healthy.
The celebrated actress, author, speaker and Yogini, Anu Aggarwal, focuses on maximising potential in people’s lives and increasing happiness and peace. A trained and mastered meditation and an ambassador for UNHCR. With the sole purpose of spreading positivity and love, Anu’s AnuFunYoga brought healing to people’s lives. While so many people have been healed and found positivity in their lives, Anu’s journey doesn’t stop here. So, she continues to walk with greater reach and bring joy to the lives of those with whom she crosses her path.
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