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Alzheimer's is Treatable By Dr, M.A. Kazmi
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This is the book for families of patient's with Dementia. Alzheimer's disease is treatable. I want every body to know about it that something can be done early on. This book will help them cope with... More > some of the important things in the care of their loved ones. Please demand to be treated early on.< Less
Laughing With Alzheimer's By Jack Handley
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Many families are exposed to dementia including Alzheimer's. This book is based on the author's experiences looking after his mother over a nine-year period and is aimed at loved ones who are... More > looking after an Alzheimer's patient. it focuses on the positives - and as the title indicates, it includes a lot of laughter.< Less
Laughing With Alzheimer's By Jack Handley
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When his mother Annie was diagnosed with Alzheimer's in 2009, Kilmarnock man Jack Handley decided to look after her at home. While this book offers advice for other families who've made the same... More > home-care decision, its main message is that looking after an Alzheimer's patient doesn't have to be a chore. Using humour, patience and a little sensible planning, life can be fun for all involved. The book also has a section titled 'Mum's magic moments' that covers many of the funny things Annie did before and after her diagnosis. (Annie fell and broke her hip in December 2016 and now lives in a care facility because the family home is on three levels and a stairlift wasn't feasible.)< Less
Mom has Alzheimer's By Ron Schaeffer
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This book deals with Dementia/Alzheimer's. It is a debilitating progressive killer requiring constant care and continuous love from the caregiver. This book explains the stages of this dreaded... More > disease and how the caregiver can cope with those changes.< Less
Living with Alzheimer’s: A Journey Observed By Leigh Smyth, M.D.
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“Alzheimer’s disease rewrites the terms of a marriage in this debut memoir… a touching personal account…” – Kirkus Reviews “... a concise and moving... More > treatise that supports and informs caregivers of Alzheimer’s patients. This book is required reading for family caretakers, clinicians, and others who simply wonder how to approach such afflictions.” – D. Robert Aiello, Ph.D Writing from the vantage point of a spouse and mental health professional who has witnessed and cared for a loved one with Alzheimer’s over the course of ten years, the author- a clinical psychiatrist- reveals the personal side of signs and symptoms of the disease beyond memory loss that make up the full developmental syndrome of Alzheimer’s, including: distortion of memory erratic likes and dislikes oppositionality hoarding and miming behaviors irritability and mood instability personality changes loss of cognitive resilience judgment issues paranoia common psychological defenses against these progressive losses< Less
Living with Alzheimer’s: A Journey Observed By Leigh Smyth, M.D.
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“Alzheimer’s disease rewrites the terms of a marriage in this debut memoir… a touching personal account…” – Kirkus Reviews “... a concise and moving... More > treatise that supports and informs caregivers of Alzheimer’s patients. This book is required reading for family caretakers, clinicians, and others who simply wonder how to approach such afflictions.” – D. Robert Aiello, Ph.D Writing from the vantage point of a spouse and mental health professional who has witnessed and cared for a loved one with Alzheimer’s over the course of ten years, the author- a clinical psychiatrist- reveals the personal side of signs and symptoms of the disease beyond memory loss that make up the full developmental syndrome of Alzheimer’s, including: distortion of memory erratic likes and dislikes oppositionality hoarding and miming behaviors irritability and mood instability personality changes loss of cognitive resilience judgment issues paranoia common psychological defenses against these progressive losses< Less
Living With Alzheimer’s: A Journey Observed By Leigh Smyth, M.D.
eBook (ePub): $8.99
“Alzheimer’s disease rewrites the terms of a marriage in this debut memoir… a touching personal account…” – Kirkus Reviews “... a concise and moving... More > treatise that supports and informs caregivers of Alzheimer’s patients. This book is required reading for family caretakers, clinicians, and others who simply wonder how to approach such afflictions.” – D. Robert Aiello, Ph.D Writing from the vantage point of a spouse and mental health professional who has witnessed and cared for a loved one with Alzheimer’s over the course of ten years, the author- a clinical psychiatrist- reveals the personal side of signs and symptoms of the disease beyond memory loss that make up the full developmental syndrome of Alzheimer’s, including: distortion of memory erratic likes and dislikes oppositionality hoarding and miming behaviors irritability and mood instability personality changes loss of cognitive resilience judgment issues paranoia common psychological defenses against these progressive losses.< Less
A Profile of Dementia: The Patient and the Caregiver By Donald H Sullivan
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The book is about the ordeals of a patient and the caregiver in a case of dementia.
41 Alzheimer’s Preventing Meal Recipes: Reduce the Risk of Alzheimer’s Diseasethe Natural Way! By Joe Correa CSN
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Alzheimer’s begins as simple forgetfulness. Gradually, over time the disease can destroy speech and comprehension in addition to causing restlessness and dramatic mood swings. While this is... More > difficult for loved ones, these symptoms are more difficult for the patient. However, with the right diet the onset of Alzheimer can be delayed and lower the risk of Alzheimer’s. The diet change is simple. Increasing consumption of omega-3s, vitamins A, B, C, E, and K, and foods rich in folate, phosphorous, magnesium, and selenium. These foods include nuts, seeds, leafy greens, and fish. Many spices, such as curry and turmeric contain several of these essential vitamins allowing food to explode with flavor. Use these recipes to reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease and as a guide for a healthier diet and life style.< Less
47 Alzheimer’s Preventing Juice Recipes: Naturally Lower the Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease Without the Use of Pills By Joe Correa CSN
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The exact cause of Alzheimer’s is still unknown, but statistics suggest that women are more exposed to this disease. Doctors believe that specific factors combined together can greatly increase... More > the risks and lead to Alzheimer’s disease. People suffering from arthritis, poor eye sight, weak bones, depression, and hypertension are more likely to develop this serious disease. Naturally, poor diet and lack of exercise can develop a fertile ground for Alzheimer’s. In order to prevent and reduce the risks of Alzheimer’s disease, it’s crucial to change your lifestyle and improve your diet. Brain-friendly foods like green leafy vegetables, nuts, berries, beans, whole grains, fish, and olive oil should be on your daily menu. Having this in mind, I have created a beautiful collection of Alzheimer’s disease preventing juice recipes that are based on fresh and healthy ingredients and will improve your overall health and brain function.< Less

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