This study is very interesting because it is a human study and positive results were seen in the relatively short 12 week study, which is pretty unheard of when it comes to AD! The B Vitamins are all water soluble, so like Vitamin C to get maximum flooding of body tissues they need to be taken in doses spread out throughout the day. Any Search with about 4 of the keywords will return dozens of results.
Mike Good Another great article Jennifer. Bright Shadow Katy Great article-so good to be emphasizing that activities need to be meaningful, not just passing the time! It has a list of 10 items to find in the picture, and he circles it. I would let her express what she feels and reassure her that no matter what happens that you will be there with her.
She needs to feel good about still being useful I would also give her hope do things with her that slows down the disease tell her she seems to be her old self even if she is not she has to build her esteem again always keep fresh flowers in the house ask her to dog sit if you have a dog gossip about the neighbors.
Tell her you read a new recipie for baking a cake in 1 min online not a fib you are on line try it out cake mix a box of angel food cake with a box of any flavor cake mix in a ziplock bag get a coffee mug out take 3 tablespoons of the dry mix 2 tabelspoons of the water and mix in the mug microwave for 1 min.
Top with cool whip. Just find that something that will give her a purpose you may have to fake the flu just so she will have to check your temp and look for blisters on your throat.
Best of luck sweetie. I recomend you buy the book a best friends guide to Alzheimers.
Janet Debbie, Who is the author of the book you mentioned? There were several with titles like that.
My Dad just died from malnutrition from dementia. This was 11 months after Mom died. He just wanted to be with her. Interesting he still knew all of us.
It was heartbreaking to place him in a nursing home. All the children lived out of state but friends were there every week and my siblings were there every other weekend. I would go home and spend 2 to 7 weeks with my parents to help take care of them. Then I finally returned to find that my husband was having trouble wit his memory.
After 9 months of testing it was determined he did not have dementia, but had a mini-stroke that has permanently affected his short term memory. He had developed atrial fibrillation and had thrown a small clot. I spent 2 years taking care of my parents and now this. Any good ideas for helping with short term memory?
Sometimes if I have him repeat it, then he will remember. Della To Debbie, per your reply to Jen.Psychology Alzheimer’s Disease Research Paper Kelsey Larrabee Abstract: Alzheimer’s disease is the most common cause of dementia in elderly individuals. Currently, million people in the United States approximately have Alzheimer’s disease.
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