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Depuis : 05/10/2015
Categorie : Environnement & Bio

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Improving the Quality of Life for Dementia Patients is Worth the Effort

Improving the Quality of Life for Dementia Patients is Worth the Effort

Dementia care is more than simply watching the patient to make sure they are not in harm's way. It is also making sure that the patient has the highest quality of life no matter their state of mind. Ways to Improve the Quality of Life of a Dementia Patient • Treat them with respect. They may not recognize people they should, or know what year it
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Habits That May Help Prevent Memory Loss from Aging Memory loss is something that tends to happen as a normal process of aging. This is because the brain changes and declines over time, along with other parts of the body. Aging people might forget where they put something and be slow to remember details, such as a name or date. While this process i
Many Factors May Cause Dementia

Many Factors May Cause Dementia

Dementia is not a specific disease; instead, it is a group of symptoms, which Healthline notes include: • Challenged when adapting to change • Confusion • Difficulty finding the right words • Difficulty with communication, focus, language, and reasoning • Lack of correct sense of direction • Memory impairment • Mood changes • Repeat
Talking With Loved Ones About Dementia can Ease the Heavy Burden

Talking With Loved Ones About Dementia can Ease the Heavy Burden

Sometimes the things left unsaid can be dangerous. When it comes to dementia there is a stigma tied to the symptoms that make many people avoid discussing their symptoms and cover their loved ones symptoms for way to long. This is often due to both fear of the disease, and not wanting loved ones to see them as "less of a person". The fact is, that
What Causes Dementia?

What Causes Dementia?

According to dementia information that has been published by doctors, dementia does not describe just one condition. In fact, it really doesn't refer to a specific disease at all. Instead, it describes a cluster of different systems. These symptoms might include problems with cognitive abilities, social relationships, and memory that are serious en