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Alzheimer's Disease: Insane But True Things About Alzheimer By Phillip Wallace
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Alzheimer’s disease is a disease that can virtually steal away the memory and the abilities of innocent people. It is tragic when it happens and, unfortunately, it happens to many people each... More > year. Are their cures? Is there hope for individuals who are faced with the challenges of Alzheimer’s disease? Let us take a closer look at it and see just what it is and why it is such a horrific disease to have. Grab this ebook today to learn everything you need to know.< Less
Unraveling Alzheimer's Disease By Thrive Living Library
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Alzheimer’s disease is an ailment that affects the mind causing a person to forget time, places, and people. The disease often targets the older generation, yet at times, it will hit younger... More > people. To help you understand Alzheimer’s disease we can review conditions, symptoms, etc. In addition, we can learn ways to help, prevent, delay, detect, and even put an end to the disease of the mind. To help you relate we can also discuss a few added forms of how one can loose memory. Alzheimer’s is a disorder of the brain, which leads to progressive memory loss. The disease will affect the mind functions, targeting intellectual. Those affilicted and their caregivers both may have questions about this affliction. This book has been compiled for you from Internet research so you can understand this form of dementia and so save lives when early onset is detected. Get Your Copy Today!< 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
LIVING WITH ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE - ONE COUPLE'S JOURNEY By Frances Siegel
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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 By Tim Wormald
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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
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
82 Alzheimer’s Preventing Meal and Juice Recipes: Reduce the Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease By Using Vitamin and Mineral Specific Foods! By Joe Correa CSN
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Alzheimer’s disease, unfortunately, doesn’t have a cure. However, there are some treatments for the symptoms that will not stop but will slow down the disease from progressing and improve... More > the quality of life. 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. 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. The meal and juice recipes in this book will improve your health and your Alzheimer’s condition in a short period of time. Try them all and see which ones are your favorite recipes.< Less

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