Alzheimer's

Alzheimer's and pain

Just because someone has Alzheimer's, doesn't mean they can't perceive pain. They may be unable to tell people about it, though. Different tests may be needed to help find out how bad the pain is in such patients.

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Alzheimer's inherited

Apart from longevity, family history is the principal risk factor for Alzheimer disease. It is not surprising, therefore, that those with a family history of this devastating disease are anxious to know more about its genetics.

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Symptoms of Alzheimer’s

A certain amount of forgetfulness comes along with advancing age. Walking into a room and forgetting why or forgetting where you put your glasses/car keys/coat/etc is quite normal, that type of forgetfulness is normal and even happens to us when we’re young.

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Where to seek treatment

Alzheimer’s is perhaps the most frightening disease known, but there is hope for the millions of sufferers of this horrible disease.

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Care for an Alzheimers Patient

Alzheimer’s disease is an illness that affects cognitive functioning when an abnormal buildup of fragmented protein clusters impede neurological activates in the brain which cause memory, thinking and behavioral problems.

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