Every 66 seconds, someone in the U.S. develops Alzheimer’s disease, according to Alzheimer’s Association. But, what if you could take action now to improve your brain health in the future?
According to an international study that was presented at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference in London in July, one in three cases of dementia could be prevented if more people looked after their brain health throughout their lives.
Introducing Rememory Game from ChestnutStreet.com – a socially interactive and fun way to help utilize brain and memory recall skills. Made in the USA, Rememory Game is a stimulating conversational card game that allows you to access stories from your past. Games such as this one can help increase and strengthen the brain’s networks, which help increase the ability of the brain to function in later life.
On the heels of National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month (November), ChestnutStreet.com launches the noncompetitive Rememory Game, which consists of 25 season cards, 25 generation cards and 180 prompt cards. Draw three cards, stimulate a memory and share your story. This game is suitable for ages 13 and up.
“According to experts, many of the changes in the brain that cause dementia develop years before an official diagnosis. Taking control of our brain health by keeping mentally active and maintaining strong social connections can help to lower our risk of the disease,” explained ChestnutStreet.com founder Karen Osborn. “Put a stop to the idea that dementia is inevitable, and bring friends, family, and neighbors together for a fun evening of ‘brain training’ with our unique Rememory Game.”
To learn more about Alzheimer’s and dementia, visit the Alzheimer’s Association website at www.alz.org/facts
To learn more about Rememory Game, visit ChestnutStreet.com.
Seniors have a new sensibility and are demanding more options. Thus, ChestnutStreet.com, based in Waltham, MA launched a new online source for unique, stylish clothing and innovative products to delight that discerning audience. Think Sharper Image meets AARP.
ChestnutStreet.com has resourced a novel range of unique products – from games, gadgets and technology, to helpful home products, adaptive clothing and solutions for mind, mobility and health. For more information, visit http://www.ChestnutStreet.com, or call 1-844-AGE-EASY (844-243-3279).