Can you stay calm and relaxed for 2 minutes?

Can you stay calm and relaxed for two minutes?

Can you stay calm and relaxed?

It’s difficult to stay calm and relaxed at times and especially so if you are suffering from dementia. So why not take this simple online test.

I have to admit that it took me 3 attempts before I actually sat there for 2 whole minutes. You can even go back to it at times when you feel you need that two minutes to relax.

The idea is that you don’t touch your computer or mouse for two minutes. Sit there calm and relaxed and do nothing. It’s sometimes more difficult than you think.

From the creator of ‘million dollar homepage’ comes the calm and relaxed app

It’s a really good idea that has been thought up by creator Alex Tew. You might remember him from Milliondollerhomepage.com. A simple, yet genius idea that aimed to make, and did make Alex, 1 million dollars by selling 1 million pixels.

I hope you enjoy it.

You can find the “do nothing for 2 minutes” test here.

 

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Glen Campbell has Alzheimer’s and is Retiring from Music

Glen Campbell has Alzheimer's disease

Glen Campbell has Alzheimer’s

Updated 9th August 2017.

It is with great sadness that the death of Glen Campbell has been announced yesterday. (08/08/2017) He fought a long hard battle with Alzheimer’s disease but this dreadful disease claims another victim. All our love and thoughts go out to his family and many fans and admirers throughout the world. 🙁

Glen Campbell has Alzheimer’s it was revealed today. The music industry is loosing one of its much-loved country musicians to Alzheimer’s.

Glen Campbell has announced he will retire from public life before the illness gets worse.

The singer was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease 6 months ago and plans a series of farewell tour’s later in the year beginning in October 2011,

His wife told People magazine that he’s “still an awesome guitar player and singer”,  he has begun to suffer from Alzheimer’s symptoms. They decided to go public so fans would forgive any live slip-ups. Kim Campbell, his wife said “If he flubs a lyric or gets confused on stage, I wouldn’t want people to think, ‘What’s the matter with him? Is he drunk?'”

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6 Tips When Driving with a Person with Dementia

Driving with a person with dementia as a passenger can sometimes be difficult

Driving with a person with dementia as a passenger.

Driving with a person with dementia as a passenger can sometimes be challenging. This is can be especially true if the person with dementia does not travel well in a car.

But there are things that you can do that can make the journey as pleasant as possible. Quite often though, you often find that one car journey is never the same as the last.

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How to Help a Person with Dementia Get Dressed

How to help a person with dementia get dressed

Learn how to help a person with dementia get dressed. This could be because they are unable to remember to get dressed, wear inappropriate clothing or because they keep undressing themselves.

You as the carer may need to help the individual because of their choice of clothing is inappropriate(wanting to wear night wear such as pajamas to the local shops or warm clothing when it is cold outside ). It might be because they are physically unable to put on and take off their clothes due to the late stages of dementia.

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Facebook good for memory loss?

Is Facebook good for the brain?A study suggests that Facebook can be good for fighting memory loss

Facebook good for the brain keeping the mind active

Facebook good for the brain? A new study suggests it might.

Elderly people might stave off memory loss by using  Facebook, the new study suggests. So is Facebook good for the brain?

The social networking site is just what the doctor ordered says the study. It is ideal for older people who are like-minded and can find enjoyment in photo sharing. Discussions about such topics as family life. Health. Retirement, nutrition and fitness.

It has long been reported that sites like Facebook can actually reduce stress, anxiety and depression but now researchers have added brain flexibility to the list.

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