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Alzheimer’s and the Holidays
During the holiday season Alzheimer’s patients and their caregivers often feel a little sadder and more stressed. However, it doesn´t have to be this way! Here are some suggestions.
Alzheimer’s Brains Can Surprise You
The aging brain is unpredictable. Some people are cognitively sharp and productive well into their nineties. Others become afflicted with Alzheimer’s and other dementias. Not many people realize that the brain can compensate for some of its decline.
Alzheimer’s Can Shorten the Life of the Caregiver
There is an even more insidious toll on the caregiver which is an erosion of personal health and a shorter lifespan!
Alzheimer’s Disease - A Progress Report
Alzheimer’s Disease is influenced by many factors. Researchers throughout the globe are working feverishly on trying to understand and cure this dreaded disease. The following are the latest findings:
Alzheimer’s Patients and Caregivers Can Exercise to Better Health and Happiness
Physical exercise helps to prevent or slow down physical and mental deterioration. The latest research demonstrates that Alzheimer’s patients and their caregivers benefit by a routine fitness program. Here are some basic concepts for creating an exercise program for Silver Sneakers.
The New Year brings renewed hope for prevention and treatment of Alzheimer’s disease.
Alzheimer’s Treatment with Dimebon
Some surprising news is on the horizon, from an antihistamine which originated in Russia in the 1980’s, Dimebon.
Alzheimer’s Treatments Take a New Detour
No drug or combination of drugs has cured this disease. However, new studies are using different approaches which mean new possibilities for stopping the progression of Alzheimer’s even reversing some of the damage.
Am I Getting Alzheimer’s Or Just Overloaded?
While thinking about a project, or worrying about children, I might have a little trouble concentrating, forget where I put my keys, where I parked the car, and confuse my children’s names. When do these symptoms combine to become a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s versus being artistic or overwhelmed?
Am I Getting Proper Treatment for Alzheimer’s?
Why did my doctor prescribe Reminyl instead of Aricept? And how did my doctor even diagnose my forgetfulness as Alzheimer’s without testing me?
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