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Do you have a parent with dementia? You can help them maintain a high quality of life by doing the following.
Daisy is eighty now, and her life is changing at a frightening pace. Her memory is failing her too, and she wants to tell her son Ian, but can't find the words. Read on to find out more
Dementia or Alzheimer's decease has in recent times increased dramatically and it would appear that governments around the world are totally unprepared for it. It has been estimated that the number of people in the world living with dementia is expected to double by the year 2030.
Providing care for someone - anyone - especially a loved one, is hard work. It is very important to remember to take care of yourself as well in order to continue to be an effective caregiver. Part of that process is knowing that certain feelings may be experienced and it is okay!
More than 45 thousand Individuals in america experience from serious headaches and of those, 28 thousand people experience from headaches. Seven thousand Individuals in america experience from a beating headache at least every other day. A beating headache is the reason for approximat...
A normal musician who lost his memory and can only remember everything for 30 seconds
There are many ways to take the drudgery out of memorizing information.
The third part in a series analysing False Memory Syndrome
This is the Second Part of the Series on False Memory Syndrome. The example used is from one of the landmark cases which opened the door to successful litigation.
A tri-part series explaining False memory Syndrome with examples. This is Part One.
Alzheimers Disease is a very cruel, lonely and dibilitating disease affecting nearly four million older adults. Alzheimer’s disease is named after Dr. Alois Alzheimer, a German doctor who noticed changes in the brain while performing a routine autopsy in 1906.
Memory, is a very important aspect of our daily living. Most of us takes this for granted, not knowing that our survival as an individual and as a civilization is based on memory.
every person can experience memory decline. take some action for it can be prevented.
Alzheimer's disease is suffered by millions of people and is the commonest types of dementia.
Dementia medications are giving hope to some patients. But they cannot cure them. However most drugs have side effects.
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