Anthea Rowan and her mother Leontia Stephen, who has dementia. “When did we first meet?” Stephen asked one evening. Mental and physical exercise may slow dementia patients’ decline, studies show. Anthea Rowan and her mother Leontia Stephen, who has dementia. “When did we first meet?” Stephen asked one evening. Mental and physical exercise may slow dementia patients’ decline, studies show.
Anthea Rowan and her mother Leontia Stephen, who has dementia. “When did we first meet?” Stephen asked one evening. Mental and physical exercise may slow dementia patients’ decline, studies show.
Wellness

A dementia carer on her mother’s condition and the importance of physical and mental exercise to help prevent and reduce its effects

  • Dementia is a cruel, debilitating condition, that impacts carers and family members as well as patients, but there is hope
  • Physical and mental exercise can help prevent or delay its onset, and improve memory and concentration

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Anthea Rowan and her mother Leontia Stephen, who has dementia. “When did we first meet?” Stephen asked one evening. Mental and physical exercise may slow dementia patients’ decline, studies show. Anthea Rowan and her mother Leontia Stephen, who has dementia. “When did we first meet?” Stephen asked one evening. Mental and physical exercise may slow dementia patients’ decline, studies show.
Anthea Rowan and her mother Leontia Stephen, who has dementia. “When did we first meet?” Stephen asked one evening. Mental and physical exercise may slow dementia patients’ decline, studies show.
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