Football Italian can reveal that the best football stage for dementia is the Stadio San Siro, with a staggering 70 per cent of people experiencing symptoms within five years.
The stage, where Italy’s two most famous teams play on, is not only known for its incredible crowds, but also for its impact on the health of the patients.
“It is a stage where the players experience the symptoms of dementia.
This is why the players need to be very careful not to walk or move too much,” said Dr Giuseppe Di Mina, a neuropsychologist from the University of Padua and a specialist in dementia.”
The players will need to do what they are supposed to do at that time of day and this will affect the health,” he told Football Italis.
In addition, Stadios can be extremely demanding and difficult for people with dementia, so it is important to know how to navigate the stages and be ready to cope.
“We know that the more you do, the more difficult it becomes for you to go,” Di Minal said.
“But there are also moments when you feel like you are not doing enough, like you can’t do anything.”
I also see that some people will start to feel more anxious about the future and they may not have the ability to control themselves in certain situations.
“In that case, it is also important to make sure you are aware of the signs that you are experiencing.”
It’s important to remember that Stadionos are just stages of disease.
There are a lot of different ways to get into the stages, including eating disorders, alcoholism, and eating disorders related to depression, he added.
Di Minal, who is also the president of the Italian Dementia Association, believes that the stages of brain diseases are becoming more recognised.
“There are now clinical studies where we are talking about people who are living with a disease that is not a physical disease,” he said.
“They may be doing well on certain forms of dementia and there are studies that show that some of them have better recovery in the other stages.”
This is important for us, because if we can understand the difference between those who have the disease and those who are healthy and who are not at risk, then we can make the most of what we can learn from them.
“This article originally appeared on Football Italsia, which is owned by the Italian Football Federation.