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7 Actions You Can Take to Prevent Alzheimer’s

7 Actions You Can Take to Prevent Alzheimer’s 2019

Introduction Alzheimer’s is an irreversible brain disease that causes the deterioration of memory and cognitive function slowly over time. In America, nearly 5.8 Americans currently have Alzheimer’s. It is a disease that mostly impacts the elderly, as 95% of people who develop the disease don’t do so until they are over the age of 65.…

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Is an Alzheimer’s Memory Screening Test Worth It?

Is an Alzheimer's Memory Screening Test Worth It? 2019

Alzheimer’s disease affects about two to four million Americans with that number only expected to go up over the next decade and beyond as the median age of Americans continues to increase. There are an ever-increasing number of memory screenings, which purport to give advance warning that someone may have Alzheimer’s disease or dementia in…

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5 Signs Your Elderly Loved One Needs In-Home Care

5 Signs Your Elderly Loved One Needs In-Home Care 2019

We are all individuals when it comes to the toll that aging takes on us and how soon it takes it. There are 90-year-olds who are more active and spry than some 80-year-olds. Eventually, there will come a time when the best of us will need help in doing some things we can no longer…

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10 Early Signs and Symptoms of Alzheimer’s

10 Early Signs and Symptoms of Alzheimer's 2019

Alzheimer’s disease can cause memory problems. The disease also impacts a person’s behavior and thinking. Alzheimer’s is degenerative, which means it gets worse over time. Complications from Alzheimer’s eventually lead to death, even with in home senior care. This article will focus on 10 common early symptoms of the disease from assisted living nurses in…

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Things to Remember If You Love Someone With Dementia

Things to Remember If You Love Someone With Dementia 2019

When your loved one is diagnosed with dementia, you likely feel a wide range of emotions. You might feel angry at the world, and you might feel upset about memories that you feel will be lost. You might also feel frustrated, overwhelmed and anxious. Whether you have opted for in-home care for your loved one…

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10 Things Every Alzheimer’s Caregiver Needs To Know

10 Things Every Alzheimer's Caregiver Needs To Know 2019

1) Locate a Support Group and Stay Connected Alzheimer’s support groups are available from the Alzheimers Association throughout the New Jersey area. The organization offers activities for the Alzheimer’s patient, and important resources that prepare, guide, and educate the caregiver. It is essential you have a support group where you can talk, laugh, and cry…

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How to Treat Anxiety and Depression in People with Dementia in NJ

How to Treat Anxiety and Depression in People with Dementia in NJ 2019

With more than five million Americans currently suffering from Alzheimer’s, it’s a subject that many children of elderly parents find themselves having to learn about. As bad as Alzheimer’s is in its own right, this condition also makes it more likely that someone will also suffer from anxiety, depression or both. Irritability and agitation are…

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Diet Shows Promise for Reversing Symptoms of Alzheimer’s

Diet Shows Promise for Reversing Symptoms of Alzheimer's 2019

With the increasing prevalence of Alzheimer’s disease over the past couple of decades, it is amajor focus for many medical researchers. By the year 2050, Alzheimer’s alone is expected to cost Medicare and Medicaid over $750 billion. This makes efforts to pursue a cure, or at least delay its onset and abate its symptoms, crucial…

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A Creative Way to Alleviate the Frustration of Alzheimer’s

A Creative Way to Alleviate the Frustration of Alzheimer's 2019

One of the worst aspects of Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia is the loss of your memory. This creates a tremendous amount of frustration for your loved one suffering from it and brings about profound sadness in you as their caregiver. If you are taking care of a parent or grandparent who suffers from…

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