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When Reasoning No Longer Works- Book Review

You are reading the book review of “When Reasoning No Longer Works.” This book is for caregivers and family members of those suffering from dementia.   Let me be frank, finding a good book on this subject is no easy task. Most dementia books are for certified and qualified medical professionals. These books are of no […]

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3 Best Books for Alzheimer’s Disease Caregivers

Not only Alzheimer’s Disease can take a toll on its patients but also on their caregivers, family members, co-workers, and friends. To ease your mind a bit, I have shared some books for Alzheimer’s Disease caregivers.  These books will help you understand this condition even better. It’s always good to be in control so you […]

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5 Best Mitts for Alzheimer’s Patients

Is your loved one suffering from skin-picking? Are you looking for the perfect mitts or gloves for Alzheimer’s patients? Skin picking is quite prevalent in dementia patients. Also, it’s common for a patient to rip out IV tubes form their body. Such a response arises out of frustration. Your loved one is not sufficiently aware […]

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What Is Alzheimer’s Disease? (Precisely Explained)

Alzheimer’s disease is a fatal neurological disorder. It’s victims lose their memory due to progressive brain deterioration. [1] Reports suggest that every 65 seconds one person becomes a victim of Alzheimer’s disease by developing its symptoms. In the initial stages, the symptoms are not catastrophic but they get worse as the disease progresses. About 100 […]

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25 Rejuvenating Alzheimer’s Disease Quotes To Share With Your Friends and Family

Motivational quotes can do wonders to the mood and spirit of an Alzheimer’s disease patient. Most healthy people prefer reading books and yes it is one of the key elements of a good lifestyle.[1 ] [2] [3] [4] Buts it’s not easy to retain all the information you read and it would be nice to […]

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Are Alzheimer’s and Dementia the Same Thing?

If you ever have heard about brain disorders like Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, you would definitely be having doubts concerning their connection to each other. Alzheimer’s disease can be treated partially to make patients life easy — it is important that you get it diagnosed by your general physician in early stages—its true that, with […]

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How Does Alzheimer’s Disease Affect Intelligence?

The degree to which Alzheimer’s disease can affect someone’s intelligence varies from person to person. People in the early onset stage can easily perform day to day tasks. They might also go to work regularly. But the road becomes a lot tougher for those who are in later stages of the disease.Going to work becomes […]

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Stop Alzheimer’s Patient from Skin Picking Now!

A quick word on getting Alzheimer’s patients to stop skin picking: Your loved one could be scratching their body parts for several reasons. Please don’t make the mistake of identifying it as a symptom of Alzheimer’s disease. I’d like to call your attention to the fact that, skin picking is not a symptom of Alzheimer’s […]

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10 Tranquillizing Songs for Alzheimer’s Patients

Music is key in putting a halt on the rapid aging process. I have compiled a list of songs for Alzheimer’s patients to help them deal with mental health conditions like dementia. When was the last time you felt relaxed and carefree while listening to your favorite tunes? Recent research shows that Music Therapy improves […]

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Is Alzheimer’s Disease Preventable?

In this post, we will discuss whether Alzheimer’s Disease is preventable or not. The key to preventing the risk of Alzheimer’s disease is to make sure you live a stress-free life. Stress is repeatedly being linked to dementia and other mental disorders and is the deciding factor of a person’s overall health. Research is still […]