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LIVING WITH ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE - ONE COUPLE'S JOURNEY
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This book is a guidepost for caregivers and families of Alzheimer's patients, an objective but emotion-filled assessment of how to handle life when the one you love the most begins gradually to lose... More > memories and reason, and medical science cannot restore what is lost or offer any cure. The focus is the case of a prominent scholar with dementia and the impact of the illness on his marriage of 40 years. Frances Siegel kept track of her husband's symptoms, the behaviors that showed a slow but accelerating loss of cognitive function. The author offers her journey of adaptation and adjustment to the changes in their lives. Compassion and love alone become the guides of her existence as she grows in understanding. Readers will be moved and guided by her experiences. The foreword is by the Co-Director of the Neuropsychiatric and Memory Group of Johns Hopkins Hospital.< Less
The complete guide to treating and coping with Alzheimer's Disease
Alzheimer's disease is a common disease and a major cause of death among the elderly today.
German physician, Alois Alzheimer, was the first to identify Alzheimer's disease in 1907. So far,
the cause... More > of the disease and any cure for it are unknown.
Until recently, diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease was very difficult. The symptoms are similar to
natural old age and were often lightly passed over as ‘old age syndrome’.< Less
The Complete Guide to Treating and Coping With Alzheimer’s Disease
No matter what your situation is, you will find the answers you need right here:
Need to identify the symptoms?. . .Chapter 5 breaks it down for you into the three types of symptoms: early,... More > developing and serious
There are 10 early warning signs and you can learn more about them in Chapter 6
Chapter 7 outlines the different stages of Alzheimer's Disease
Did you know that estrogen plays a role for women in regards to this disease? Chapter 10 explains it for you.
Discover how important early signs can be in Chapter 11.
Do you need to learn better ways to communicate with an Alzheimer's patient? Chapter 26 teaches you how to do that effectively.
How to care for an Alzheimer's patient without sacrificing your own health can be learned in Chapter 31.
Does your friend or family member exhibit signs of uncertainty when attempting simple, routine tasks? Are behavioral patterns escalating to borderline violence? Is there a family history of dementia or Alzheimer's Disease?< Less
A Cruel Twist of Fate
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On August 19, 2009 I was diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer's disease at the age of 51. This is my story. Instead of wallowing in bitterness and anxiety, I decided to document the journey I am in... More > the midst of taking through the world of this mind wrenching disease. I weave in and out of chapters, reflecting on my childhood, family, work, early symptoms, music, and the flurry of tests that leads up to my diagnosis. I write about the irony of caring for victims of dementia's for over twenty five years and then wind up with the disease. The focus of the book is to make people aware this disease can turn your life upside down at any age, without prejudice. I want to make people laugh through their tears and bring awareness that this is not just an "old person's disease."< Less
Caring In the Maze:A Caregiver's Guide for Managing the Dementia Patient
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This is a “must read” book for family members and others who may be caring for the patients with dementia problems. It covers the basic chores and responsibilities that caregivers must... More > provide. The patient with dementia requires specially trained caretakers and this book provides a summary of information needed to identify and to care for those patients with special needs.
“Dementia is a cruel disease. Now caregivers have a wonderful concise book that aids them in the care of those suffering from dementia. A must read for those caring for and family members of those suffering from dementia.”
– Veita J.Bland, M.D., Hypertension Specialist & Talk Show Host,
“I think your book is well written and easy to understand and deals well with how to cope with a problem most of us will have to face sooner or later. Thanks for writing it.”
– Dr. John Shavers, MD. Baltimore, Maryland< Less
Caring In the Maze: A Guide for Caregivers of Dementia Patients
This is a “must read” book for family members and others who may be caring for the patients with dementia problems. It covers the basic chores and responsibilities that caregivers must... More > provide. The patient with dementia requires specially trained caretakers and this book provides a summary of information needed to identify and to care for those patients with special needs. “Dementia is a cruel disease. Now caregivers have a wonderful concise book that aids them in the care of those suffering from dementia. A must read for those caring for and family members of those suffering from dementia.” – Veita J.Bland, M.D., Hypertension Specialist & Talk Show Host, Greensboro, N.C. “I think your book is well written and easy to understand and deals well with how to cope with a problem most of us will have to face sooner or later. Thanks for writing it.” – Dr. John Shavers, MD. Baltimore, Maryland< Less
Lose the Belly Fat - 50 Simple Ways to Lose Weight Without Yo-yo Dieting
Abdominal obesity, also known as central obesity, is something that many people worldwide have problems with. Once you hit middle age, far too many people are plagued by those two dreaded... More > words…belly fat. It can, however, also be a problem for children and teens.
People just look at it as a weight problem, but it can also be linked to cardiovascular disease, Alzheimer’s disease, and many other metabolic and vascular diseases.
Though no one likes belly fat, too often it is overlooked as just a symptom of age. It can, however, be a symptom of much, much more. It is not something you should just consider the price of getting older. It is something that should be taken seriously.
"Discover 50 Ways To Lose That Belly Fat Without Yo-yo Dieting So You Can Be On Your Way To A Flat Belly Starting Today!"
Lose That Belly Fat Once And For All By Following These Tips, Techniques And Methods...< Less
The 2 Day Diet
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Why the 2 Day Fast Diet is different!
Intermittent fasting on the 2 day diet not only helps you to lose weight quickly and safely but it also improves your brain and other bodily functions as well... More > as reducing the risks of diabetes, cancer, heart disease and Alzheimer’s, easing the symptoms of asthma and even increasing your life expectancy.
That’s not all; the 2 Day Diet allows you a lot more flexibility to eat the foods you actually enjoy as well as also SAVING you money too!
Whether you’re male or female, tried every other diet going, thinking of dieting for the first time or you may just want to improve your health and the way you look.
The 2 Day Diet can definitely work for you and help you lose those extra pounds.
Fact: The 2 Day Diet is rapidly becoming increasingly popular all over the world and there’s one main reason why...It Works!< Less
Fish, Shellfish and Seafood Recipes Ready in 30 Minutes, Less Than 300 Calories
The recipes are quick and easy and cover various fish dishes with nutritional guidance about calories, fat and cholesterol. Now, you can pick the perfect recipe for your family. The recipe list was... More > created within the table of contents.
Now, few facts about eating fish regularly, from researchers worldwide:
o fish is an excellent source of omega 3 fatty acids that improve the health of brain tissue and the retina;
o the omega 3 fatty acids in fish may reduce the risk of cancers of the oral cavity, esophagus, colon, breast, ovary and prostate;
o eating fish weekly reduces the risk of heart disease and stroke by improving blood vessel elasticity, lowering blood pressure and boosting 'good' cholesterol and also may relieve the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis and autoimmune disease;
o elderly people who eat fish or seafood once a week may have a lower risk of developing dementia, including Alzheimer's disease;
o fish may help people with diabetes manage their blood sugar levels.< Less