Patient Education Series: Lifestyle Choices and Behaviors that Dr. Holub Recommends for Better Brain Health
An important focus of Alzheimer\'s Research and Neurology Center at Neurological Associates of Albany (NAA) is to provide professional, practical, and convenient tips for increasing brain health and wellness for patients of the NAA Medical Clinic and/or Research Institute. Today is the fourth part of an eight-part series of practical health tips entitled, “Lifestyle Choices and Behaviors Recommended by Dr. Holub for Better Brain Health.” Each part of this important education series is written by Dr. Richard F. Holub, M.D., who has been a pioneer in the field of memory disorders and Alzheimer’s disease for over 30 years.
Part 4 of 8: The Importance of Socializing
“It is important to remain socially active and engaged wherever and whenever one can in a setting that enjoyable. If you see a movie, read a book, magazine, or newspaper, or hear a song that you like, talk about it afterwards! Interacting with family members, friends, colleagues, clubs, committees, and community groups all provide mental stimulation as well as a lingering sense of well-being after the conversation that may last for weeks. ”
-Dr. Richard Holub, M.D.
For more information, please give us a call at 518.426.0575 for a no cost phone or in-person consultation with one of our expert research coordinators at the NAA Research Institute.
You may also call the NAA Medical Clinic at 518.449.2662 if you or a loved one want an evaluation for any type of memory issue and/or for treatment options for Alzheimer’s disease.
Stay tuned for our next post in the series, which will explore the importance of diet in memory.