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Cognitive and exercise interventions for older adults with and without cognitive

Exercise-Cognition Interaction: Neuroscience Perspectives

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  • Every cognitive care plan is as different as the person it is developed for – and no cognitive care plan stays the same; it changes week to week as we move forward with the client, in most cases, for years at a time. Plus, the cognitive exercises are conducted in the client’s home – a private and safe environment enabling a sense of security and calm.

    The cognitive stimulation exercises from CogniFit effectively assess more than 20 fundamental cognitive functions, which are clearly defined and subject to an objective target control, which provides standardized results of age and demographic criteria based on thousands of results.

  • For individuals: We added more than 6,000 cognitive exercises in three categories: memory, reasoning, and activities of daily living. These three categories help strengthen the skills associated with remembering important things, scheduling events, and reasoning daily math problems (just to name a few).

    Law and colleagues have furthered this line of research in a new systematic review, by examining the potential benefits of combining cognitive and exercise training for cognitive function, in both cognitively healthy and cognitively impaired populations (Law et al., 2014).

  • For individuals: We added more than 6,000 cognitive exercises in three categories: memory, reasoning, and activities of daily living. These three categories help strengthen the skills associated with remembering important things, scheduling events, and reasoning daily math problems (just to name a few).

Cognitive Exercises for Healthy Living

It’s possible that for people suffering from dementia, as well. Although more studies need to be conducted in order to state that cognitive training exercises can prevent or delay dementia, such as Alzheimer’s, a WebMD stated that a number of studies have shown the benefits of staying mentally active.