I came across this video randomly tonight and it made me think.
The video description says: My mom has Alzheimer's, I sing her my songs to cheer her up.
Then I saw this comment he made a few weeks ago:
She recently got Alzheimer's bad and she can't remember me or my playing anymore...
It’s one of those crazy things that researchers at the University of Florida say is a pretty dependable and low-tech way of determining whether someone is a likely candidate for Alzheimer's: whether you’re able to sniff peanut butter. And it gets even more strange beyond that.
I just read a new article about lack of sleep and how it may be connected to Alzheimer’s Disease later in life. Sleep is really important and I surely don’t get enough of it. Do you? Do you get the recommended 6-8 hours regularly? Probably not! You should though, …and here’s why.