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Vice President at Expert Home Care, Inc.
Frank Esposito has 30 years experience in the field of non-medical home care and home health care in the state of New Jersey (NJ).As an operations manager he has delivered over 65 million hours of service to 8,000 + clients.He is sought after nationwide as a consultant and trainer.
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New Jersey Expert Home Care in Somerville, Red Bank, Lakewood, Hackettstown, Ridgewood, Princeton, Trenton, Flemington, Morristown, Wayne helping your loved ones when memory loss is an issue.  Call us at 800-848-2336.

We are your Live-In Home Care Specialist in New Jersey.  Since 1985 we’ve been providing Live-In Home Care in the Tri-State Area. Expert Home Care knows that it means everything to aging seniors to live independently at home. Most adult children understand this wish. That’s why Expert Home Care in NJ offers 24/7 care so we can be there when you cannot be.

Today our topic is memory loss. There’s a bit of confusion around memory loss – is it Alzheimer’s, or dementia? Most often, we are asked, “Is memory loss normal?”

Memory loss is not a normal part of the aging process. this is the message that seniors, spouses, children and loved ones need to remember. As research shows that the ability to pay attention and concentrate decreases with age, and senior moments or word finding difficulties are common, it is not normal for memory to worsen with age. This can, in fact, be a sign of a more serious problem.

Experts in memory loss says aging slows down the process of taking in new information. People don’t forget, but may begin to learn differently. Learning can be improved through such healthy living measures as:

  • Proper exercise
  • Eating a balanced meal
  • Getting enough sleep
  • Reducing stress

New Jersey’s Expert Home Care suggest that seniors become aware of what can adversely affect attention and concentration and find ways to eliminate these stressors from their lives.

This may mean getting treatment for:

  • Depression
  • Reducing alcohol consumption
  • Recognizing medication misuse
  • Using herbal supplements with caution

We suggest the following helpful hints: 

  • Writing things down
  • Organizing important things
  • Planning ahead
  • Exercising the brain - doing crossword puzzles or number games

Regular brain exercises can increase learning and help reduce senior moments. Just like our bodies, our brains require regular care and maintenance. This is particularly true when we get older.

Do you believe you’re experiencing memory loss as you age? What do you do to help diminish or control “forgeting things and dates”? Share with us your story and tips by leaving a comment below. Thank you. 

For help with caring for a loved one living with memory loss, call the Live-in Home Care Specialist at 800-848-2336. New Jersey Expert Senior & Elder Home Care.

Expert Home Care

Frank Esposito has 30 years experience in the field of non-medical home care and home health care in the state of New Jersey (NJ). As an operations manager he has delivered over 65 million hours of service to 8,000 + clients. He is sought after nationwide as a consultant and trainer.

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