Tagespack Geistige Fitness

Dr. Horn: " I am happy to work together with dunatura and to announce the Release of my own product in the cosmos of dunatura. The "Tagespack-Geistige Fitness" is my own creation of a supplement, which will make the prevention of dementia easier. Nutrition is a huge aspect in the process of preventing it. This product will help people to improve the nutrition quality in an easy way."
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  • Dr. Sebastian Horn
  • Tagespack Geistige Fitness

Change dementia.

To date, there is no effective treatment for advanced dementia, so effective early detection is crucial to start treatment before the brain damage is irreversible.
That why prevention is mandatory. The sooner the better. There are a few ways to prevent dementia. One is nutrition that's why we have developed "Tagespack - Demenz vergessen".

Sport

Keep yourself physically fit! New studies show that an active, sporty lifestyle in middle age significantly reduces the risk of dementia. And even in old age, there are appropriate programmes and opportunities in every community.
It doesn't always have to be sport, more exercise in everyday life is just as important. To the Nobody needs to drive to the letterbox down the street. Why not use your smartphone to count your steps - at least 10,000 steps a day! It should be! Take the stairs instead of the lift, and get off the bus or train 1 or 2 stops earlier and continue on foot. Stations earlier and continue on foot - you will soon feel fitter and reduce your risk of dementia at the same time.

Nutrition

To date, there is no effective treatment for advanced dementia, so effective early detection is crucial to start treatment before the brain damage is irreversible. A conscious and balanced diet apparently has a positive effect on brain performance in old age. Brain performance in old age. One-sided diets, on the other hand, are rather unfavourable. Also "a few kilos more on the ribs" are apparently favourable in old age, whereas in younger years a few kilos less.
The so-called "Mediterranean diet" in particular appears to protect against Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia. Plenty of fruit, vegetables, nuts, fish, olive oil and wholemeal bread wholemeal bread should therefore be on the menu, but only a little red meat. Drinking plenty of fluids is very important, preferably 2 to 3 litres of water a day, but also coffee or (to a lesser extent) tea have also been shown in studies to reduce the risk of dementia. Also light to moderate alcohol consumption also appears to be beneficial.