Anxiety and resistance to care in dementia are common issues related to deterioration of the frontal lobe (insight and judgment) and the hippocampus (short term memory). Caregivers frequently find this lack of cooperation and anxiety more exhausting than the actual physical ...Read More »
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Get Some Sleep!
Heed this, Caregivers, living your 36 hour day. *** Everybody knows that there just aren’t enough hours in the day, and sometimes sleep seems like a time consuming nuisance. But research has shown there are lots of health ailments related ...Read More »
Amyloid… Friend or Foe?
There is a longstanding hypothesis in research that beta amyloid- a build up of abnormally folded proteins- is responsible for Alzheimer’s disease. The theory is that a build up of amyloid blocks the flow of nutrients in and out ...Read More »