Tag: Alzheimer’s home care

Dementia Caregiver Tips
14 Jan

Dementia Caregiver Tips – Laughter May Be a Better Medicine Than Traditional Treatments

Looking after a person you love with dementia is obviously nothing to laugh about. Nonetheless, research is frequently pointing to the benefits associated with humor, and adding it into dementia care could possibly be just what the doctor ordered to improve quality of life for your loved one. As an example, an Australian research study […]

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plano alzheimers care
16 Sep

New Research Helps Us Understand Women’s Increased Risk for Alzheimer’s

Researchers are finally starting to get a grip on the imbalance between Alzheimer’s diagnoses in females and males. Presently, as many as 2/3 of those with Alzheimer’s in the U.S. are female, and as scientists continue to better grasp the particular nuances driving this trend, we are able to start addressing them. According to the […]

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Alzheimers prevention - dementia care denton
21 Aug

Alzheimer’s Prevention News: Common Prescriptions to Avoid

They’re currently recognized to result in a number of short-term unwanted side effects, for example, memory issues and confusion, but new Alzheimer’s research connects several of the stronger anticholinergic drugs (such as those prescribed for Parkinson’s disease, epilepsy, depression, and overactive bladder) to a markedly increased risk for dementia. The research study included two groups […]

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Neurology Questions
09 Apr

A Complete Change in Thinking that May Lead to an Alzheimer’s Cure

Those of us who follow Alzheimer’s disease research are all too accustomed to the bothersome amyloid plaques, the sticky buildup, thought to be linked to Alzheimer’s. But new thinking is questioning if those plaques are actually helpful and could lead to an Alzheimer’s cure.

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04 Sep

Celebrate World Alzheimer’s Month & Reduce the Risk of Dementia

Everyone becomes somewhat forgetful with age. Mild memory loss is usually not something to be overly concerned with, but when it begins to interfere with daily activities, it may be a sign of Alzheimer’s disease. If you or a loved one have not been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, it’s important to understand the potential risks for […]

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