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My mother was about 65 when she first started to fool around, and lost her mind. You may think I am too hard when I say what happened like this, but this is what happened. She litterly lost her mind when the Alzheimers disease started to destroy her brain. It is tragic when it happens, and even though it happens to many people each year, I did not know much about it before it happened to my dear mother.
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Vitamin C and Vitamin E are both antioxidants that are believed to play certain very important roles in our bodies. Very similar to one another, both vitamins help prevent free radical damage to our brains. It is believed that free radicals can cause damage to cell structures and other genetic material. The damage free radicals often produce is called oxidative stress, and oxidative stress in turn leads to Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia.
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This is the third excerpt from the book 'Strength in Caring: Giving Power Back to the Alzheimer's Caregiver.' this excerpt focuses upon how the way we think influences our emotions and our stress levels. knowing this relationship can help caregivers get control over their own stress levels.
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This article is about an elderly Alzheimer's patient having great difficulty adjusting to her placement in a nursing home and her emotionally withdrawn grandson. The son's mother is beside herself until she decides to purchase a puppy which her son takes good care of and for whom an almost instant change occurs in his personality and behavior. He decides to take the dog on a visit to his grandmother's who, in turn finds herself much more adaptable to her new environment.
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Alzheimer's disease is a disease that effects the brain cells, leading to dementia and a deterioration of the brain itself. The disease can be hard to diagnose at first, because it happens slowly and the symptoms can be mild. At first, the only symptom may be mild forgetfulness, such as forgetting recent events, people's names or being unable to solve simple math problems.
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The Namaste program is new program for patients in the final stage of Alzheimer's Disease. The program strives to respect the inner spirit of dementia patients facing the end of their life.
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What is happening in the brain of an Alzheimer's patient to cause all of the unpleasant cognitive and behavioral symptoms of the sickness? Alois Alzheimer was the first to find the strange plaques and tangles characteristic of the sickness in the brain of one of his patients during an autopsy.
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This article is the second in a series of excerpts from the book "Strength in Caring: Giving Power Back to the Alzheimer's Caregiver." This excerpt examines the relationship between thoughts and feelings, and how extreme thinking can lead a caregiver to feell extremely upset. Understanding this relationship can help caregivers cope with the stress of caregiving.
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Drugs have been used to ease the symptoms of Alzheimer's disease and give people a better quality of life. Many such therapies are designed to fight the effects of the build up of amyloid proteins that form a plaque around brain neurons. If only this plaque could be prevented from forming in the first place, people would have a much lower risk of developing Alzheimer's disease.
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Alzheimer's disease is probably one of the commonest causes of Dementia. It is a degenerative disease of the brain that effectively starts in the cerebral cortex. It is mostly characterised by the gradual and progressive decline in a person's mental abilities. It affects both sexes generally those who are over the age of 60, yet Alzheimer's has been known to occur in people as early as age 40.
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