Singing Away Alzheimer’s Disease

Music can treat and even help prevent the onset of Alzheimer’s disease.

If you think about it, it makes sense: I can’t find my keys, but I can sing the words to songs that I haven’t heard in 40 years!

Of course it’s no magic bullet, but music DOES stimulate the mind and exercise the memory.  Music also reduces anxiety and depression, which makes it good for the patient and the caregivers.

So, go ahead and pick up that favorite Frank Sinatra record (Oops! That’s a CD these days), bring it on your next visit to your favorite caregiver and relieve some stress.

For more information on Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, and support available for caregivers, visit our specialized online resource center:

To learn more about this and other topics, as well as the Elder Care services that we provide under “The Elder Law Umbrella”, call The Law Offices of Alice Reiter Feld and Associates  at 954.726.6602 or visit

Posted in Alice Reiter Feld Florida Elder Law Monday Memos
4 comments on “Singing Away Alzheimer’s Disease
  1. Blondy says:

    Check that off the list of things I was cofnesud about.

  2. Jayhawk says:

    These pceies really set a standard in the industry.

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