The Facts About Alzheimer’s and How it Works

Here is some basic information about this disease called Alzheimer’s disease, or AD.

What is Alzheimer’s disease? the condition is a physical illness that changes the brain tissues and nerve cells. Alzheimer’s in summary is another form of dementia. Dementia affects a person’s memory, their mood, and behaviors. Some of the symptoms of Alzheimer’s […]

Tips on Wandering Alzheimer’s Patients

It is suggested that nearly 70% of people with Alzheimer’s disease will wander away from home and get lost. Wandering is one of the biggest risks for individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and is a common but dangerous symptom of the disease. a wanderer is someone with a disease such as Alzheimer’s who has wandered away […]

Alzheimer’s Disease

What is Alzheimer’s Disease?

Alzheimer’s disease is a silent killer. It slowly and steadily causes the brain to deteriorate. Initially, a person with AD (Alzheimer’s disease) could experience intermittent memory lapses with other symptoms like lack of proper judgment, an inability to express themselves properly, confusing views and, sometimes, changes in their personality.

Alzheimer’s disease […]

Alzheimer’s Stages: Seven Stages You Need To Be Aware Of

There are seven Alzheimer’s stages. the rate at which Alzheimer’s stages occur are different for every patient. some will notice that the stages progress slowly whilst others will notice that the progression is rapid. In this article I aim to present the facts, in terms that you will find easy to understand.

The seven Alzheimer’s […]

Symptoms For Elders Needing Dementia or Alzheimer’s Care

 

Many of us grow concerned when we see our parents or other aging loved ones having trouble remembering stuff that they used have no trouble recalling. It’s sad to see what the aging process does to us and how it causes our memories to fail. and though we also need to keep in mind […]

Early Detection Alzheimer’s in Elderly Patients

Detecting Dementia. Making the diagnosis of dementia is reasonably straightforward in the moderate and severe stages, but it can be problematic to distinguish the early stages of Alzheimer’s from “normal” ageing in elderly patients, although recent development has helped to clarify which neuropsychological tests discriminate most effectively. Most people who present with concerns about memory […]

Increased B Vitamin Intake May Prevent Alzheimer Disease

Vitamin B may prevent Alzheimer’s disease

Scientists in England today announced their findings that indicate very high levels of vitamin B that are taken on a daily basis can have a significant effect on elderly people and the rate at which their brains shrink each year.

Researchers at Oxford University disclosed the finding of a […]

Traveling with an Alzheimer’s Patient « Alzlibrary’s Blog

Caregivers often ask if an Alzheimer’s patient can travel — to go on vacation, to attend a family gathering, or to relocate. if your loved one is still in the earlier stages, the two of you may still be able to enjoy traveling together, but you will need to take some basic precautions. Whether […]

Preventing Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s disease is such a terrible disease to face and there are ways to delay or prevent the disease depending on your genetic makeup and lifestyle history. Here are a few keys to success in at least delaying the onset of Alzheimer’s disease.

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