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Memory Loss is a Serious Problem

Memory Loss in our aging population affects healthcare, individuals, families, and society. The problem has had a significant economic impact and an even greater cost to the well being of everyone touched by the disease. Interact Well Care provides you resources and education to make your dementia action plan to stay safe, sharp, vibrant and included from the comfort of home.

Golden Time

From the onset of disease and the time of diagnosis, it can take up to three decades. Timing is important. 

Women's Health

Women are disproportionately affected by dementia. 

Expensive Long-Term Cost

The monthly cost of skilled care is $8,000 – $10,000. 

Leading Cause of Death

Dementia and Alzheimer’s is the 6th leading cause of death.

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About Reza Sagha, M.D.

Founder

Dementia is an umbrella term for a range of diseases and conditions that damage the brain and change the way it works. There’s still no cure or guaranteed treatment, but scientists have identified risk factors that you can address through lifestyle choices. Let us help you stay sharp, safe, comfortable, independent, and connected with your family and friends. You can reduce memory loss and enjoy the rewards of a healthier brain and body.

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Veterans May Have A Higher Risk of Dementia and What To Do About It

Some recent studies show veterans may have a higher risk of dementia based on some of the minor and pieced together data that doctors have known about for years. The rigors of serving an active duty are highly stressful and long-lasting – even to the point of reaching...

How Depression and Anxiety Might Increase Risk of Dementia in Caregivers

Recent studies show anxiety and depression could increase your chance of dementia. The hormonal and mental changes that come with depression and anxiety fundamentally alter how the body works, particularly your brain. Knowing some of the issues surrounding depression...

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