Alzheimer’s disease typically develops slowly and gradually gets worse over the course of several years. As it progresses it eventually affects most areas of your brain, including those important in memory, thinking, judgment, language, problem solving, personality and movement. Continue reading
Read your labels. Have you ever fathomed the marvel of the supplements that you take each morning? Many of us are regular patronisers of food supplements because of the very reason that we want to keep an optimum health status for a longer life. Â The B vitamins are famous and can always be seen in the information of multivamins bottles and because of the growing and available knowledge about nutrition at hand, we always want to track of what foods and supplements to take to keep a healthy body. Continue reading
Coming up with activities for Alzheimer patients is important. People with Alzheimer’s often need distractions and activities to fill up their day. And sometimes the caregiver needs a break. In the early stages of Alzheimer’s, it is important to keep the mind going so it doesn’t shut down. Planning structured, individualized activities that involve and interest the person with Alzheimer’s may reduce many of the more disturbing behavioral symptoms of AD, such as agitation, anger, frustration, depression, wandering or rummaging. As the disease progresses, they stop doing simple tasks and stare into space more and more. Interaction and activity become more and more important. Continue reading
Vascular dementia is a common form of dementia pertaining of difficulty in reasoning, planning, decision, memory and other thought process due to damage of the brain from inadequately flow of the blood into the brain.Â Vascular dementia developed once the stroke blocks an artery located in the brain take place.Â Continue reading
Alzheimerâ€™s disease is a neurologic illness of the brain leading to the permanent loss of neurons and logical capabilities.Â It is an illness considered as the most ordinary form of dementia.Â Dementia is a brain ailment that badly affects a personâ€™s capability to carry through the everyday activities.Â Alzheimerâ€™s is a life-threatening disease for it is not curable.Â There are ways that can help to slow down it symptoms but still there is no present treatment for Alzheimerâ€™s. It is mostly diagnosed to those people with more than 65 years of age. Continue reading
Old age catches up with us as we go on in years. Physical and mental weakness are only to be expected. Among the illnesses that arise with age is Alzheimerâ€™s disease. This goes beyond deterioration in memory. This encompasses an elderly personâ€™s difficulties in normal activities such as social interactions, work, reasoning, thinking, learning, and communicating. This even makes the patient have difficulty in recognizing a friend or a loved one. Continue reading
Alzheimerâ€™s disease is perhaps the most dreaded condition anyone dreads to have.Â Although this condition is prevalent among individuals who are on their 60s, itâ€™s undeniable that even younger individuals can have this condition.Â This case is known as early onset Alzheimerâ€™s disease.Â Since anyone can be at risk, itâ€™s essential to know the 10 signs of Alzheimerâ€™s for early management.