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what are the symptoms of Alzheimer''s disease?

A: symptoms from Alzheimer can include the following; *Can not form sentences or its getting hard to form sentences. *Talks randomly about things *Hallucinates *Can not write anymore or forgets how to write *Loses grip and muscle strength *Wanders *Very emotional at times *Angry at times *May say they no longer want to live *Does not have the desire to do the things they once loved to do. *Sleeping disorders *Put things where they donor belong/moves things around *Misplaces things *Stares *Has problems controlling bladder and bowl movements/forgets to clean themselves...


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what are the symptoms of Alzheimer''s?

A: the main symptoms are memory impairment or dysfunction, where the individual forgets names, recent events or misplaces valuable things. there are several major warning signs of Alzheimer''s. You can read about those signs as well as other information on this condition at: http://www.revolutionhealth.com/articles/?id=2334 Short-term memory problems are the earliest signs of AD. It is often subtle at first but slowly worsens over time.Over the next few years o
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what are the systems of Alzheimer`s?

A: I don''t know, I forgot. Who are you? Who am I? You forget stuff....men tend to use the excuse of having Alzheimer''s when they forgot an important date such as their own Anniversary:) You can''t live with them and you can''t live with out them! what are the symptoms of AD? AD begins slowly. At first, the only symptom may be mild forgetfulness, which can be confused with age-related memory change. Most people with mild forgetfulness do not have AD. In

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what are possible complications of Alzheimer`s disease?

A: Possible complications of Alzheimer’s disease are swallowing problems, other organs not functioning properly, breathing problems, and getting lost or hurt because of confusion. the brain controls the body’s organs and when the brain goes awry, many other things follow. So, besides the regular symptoms of Alzheimer’s that we read about, there are other complications. of courses, ultimately the...


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what is the difference between alzheimer''s disease and senility or dementia?

A: This is how the doctor described it to my grandmother. Alzheimers is when you walk up to a stove and you forget its a stove. Dementia is when you walk to the stove and forget why you walked over there. Alzheimer''s is a specific type of dementia. Senile isn''t an official diagnosis, where as dementia and Alzheimer''s is. This is actually really good, and sourced: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dementia I''m logging off for a bit. Will be back later to read more. Don''t want anyone thinking I''m ignoring their answers! Alzheimer''s Disease is sometimes considered...


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You suspect that your parent may show beginning symptoms of Alzheimer''s disease. How do you convince him/her to see a physician, if he/she.

A: Fortunately, there is a great deal of information out there to help with this very thing. Here is an example, called ''How to Get a Parent With Alzheimer''s to Accept Care,'' which offers a list of helpful tips when it comes to supporting the parent and not stirring up unnecessary embarrassment or defensiveness: http://www.ehow.com/how_2295100_get-parent-alzheimers-accept-care.html If people absolutely refuse help and cannot be reasoned with whatsoever despite the...


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what are the causes and symptoms of Alzheimer''s disease?

A: As of 2009, approximately 3.5 million people in the United States suffer from Alzheimer''s disease, according to the Alzheimer''s Association. Alzheimer''s is a degenerative condition that causes progressive memory loss.General CausesDoctors believe that a number of causes contribute to the onset of Alzheimer''s disease, including genetics, lifestyle choices and the effects of outside influences or the environment, according to the Mayo Clinic....


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what are the symptoms of late stage Alzheimer`s?

A: According to the Alzheimer’s Association, the symptoms of late stage Alzheimer’s include: Very severe cognitive decline (Severe or late-stage Alzheimer`s disease) This is the final stage of the disease when individuals lose the ability to respond to their environment, the ability to speak and, ultimately, the ability to control movement. •Frequently individuals lose their capacity for recognizable speech, although words or phrases may occasionally be uttered •Individuals need help with eating...


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what are the symptoms of canine dementia?

A: Doggie Dementia A medical condition known as canine Cognitive Dysfunction Syndrome (CDS) causes disorientation, confusion, memory loss and personality changes that are very similar to Alzheimer''s disease in humans. Canine Cognitive Dysfunction is sometimes referred to as ''old dog syndrome'', ''brain aging'', ''doggie dementia'' or ''senility''. Like Alzheimer''s disease, the cause of Canine Cognitive Dysfunction is unknown, but physical evidence, found only in autopsies, reveals the same sort of degenerative brain lesions. With age, dogs, like humans, naturally accumulate deposits of beta amyloid, a nerve-damaging protein, in

 
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