Symptoms Of Early Onset Alzheimers Disease

It is in the mild stage of the disease that the diagnosis is made and it is these symptoms that can be the most difficult to detect at first especially if the individual is younger than 65. Typically Alzheimer’s is a disease that occurs in those who are 65 or older so when someone in their 50s or 40s...

Can You Reduce Your Risk For Alzheimer

The issue of reducing the risk of any disease, including Alzheimer’s disease is always of interest because the prognosis is so devastating to those who are diagnosed as well as for their family members. Basically most of the time it is reasonable to believe that if you improve your health, you...

The Degenerative And Incurable Disease Alzheimer

Alois Alzheimer is credited with first describing the degenerative and incurable disease, Alzheimer’s disease. Since he discovered it in 1906, 26.6 million individuals have experienced Alzheimer’s. The symptoms are often described as being “age related” symptoms. The most common...

Getting A Handle On Alzheimer Treatments

There are several medications and approaches to treating Alzheimer’s disease that may be discussed when you are a loved one is facing the prognosis of Alzheimer’s. The first thing you will be told is that there is no cure for the disease currently. Your doctor will probably assure you that...

How Does Your Doctor Make The Diagnosis Of Alzheimer

You or someone you love may have noticed some symptoms or signs that may be Alzheimer’s disease and you are anxious to find out if it is Alzheimer’s for sure or not. How will the doctor make the diagnosis? What tools or tests will be used when making the diagnosis? The symptoms or signs...

Alternative Treatments For Alzheimer

Like most diseases, those who have Alzheimer’s or those who are family members or close friends of those who have Alzheimer’s disease may be looking towards alternative treatments in hopes of bring relief or to prolong quality of life to those who suffer from the disease. Alternative treatments...

Options Available For Treating Alzheimer

There are many options available for the Alzheimer’s patient and his/her family to consider. The treatment plan will revolve around the presenting symptoms, which will change and intensify as the disease progresses. The options include medicated, non-medicated methods, therapeutic activities and...

Coping When A Loved One Has Alzheimer

Progressive diseases are never easy to deal with especially when someone you love is suffering. It is difficult to watch someone you care deeply about change into someone who is radically different and someone who loses the ability to recognize or respond to you. Caring for someone with Alzheimer’s...

Understanding The Progressiveness Of Alzheimer

Most of us by now, have understood that anyone with Alzheimer’s disease will progress through the stages of the disease. Are you sure you understand what to expect as you or your loved one makes the journey? We all know that life is a journey that we are all on and no one takes it quite...

Treatment And Management Options For Those With Alzheimer

There are both medication based treatments and non-medication based treatments available for those who have Alzheimer’s disease. Doctors have choices when it comes to designing treatment plans for their patients with Alzheimer’s. The FDA has approved two different classes of drugs for the...
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