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Front Line Alzheimer’s By Tom Wearden
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Tom retired at 67, looking forward to years of travel and fun with his wife Margaret. Then came Alzheimer’s. It could happen to any of us. Tom is just one of the global millions of home carers... More > looking after loved ones stricken, in later life, with Alzheimer’s and other terminal diseases. In this second edition of his book Tom, now 88, continues his phlegmatic account of 16 years ‘hands on’ caring for his wife at home, until she passed away. He separates the practical challenges he encountered from his grief over her descent into almost total incapability. This sometimes harrowing tale of love, devotion, loneliness and distress describes a carer’s lifestyle, with glimpses of humour, hope and personal fulfillment.< Less
Summary & Analysis : In Pursuit of Memory By Joseph Jebelli : The Fight Against Alzheimer’s By Black Book
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Book Summary: In Pursuit of Memory: The Fight Against Alzheimer’s Alzheimer’s disease is a painful process for both the victim and families. The search for a cure and treatment has... More > lasted more than a century, and we have learned a great deal about the illness that touches the lives of nearly 50 million people worldwide. We have stymied attempts at a cure for generations, but exciting advances in biomedical technologies have yielded new understanding of why the disease occurs and how to eradicate it. Dr. Jebelli follows the history of the disease, sharing notes about research studies and efforts that continue in a quest to learn why and how it occurs, and how it can be eradicated or at least treated.< Less
Alzheimer's Disease: Unraveling the Mystery By National Institute on Aging
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Over the past few decades, Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) has emerged from obscurity. Once considered a rare disorder, it is now seen as a major public health problem that has a severe impact on... More > millions of older Americans and their families. The National Institute on Aging (NIA) is the lead agency for AD research at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). NIA launched its AD program in 1978, and since then, the study of this disease has become one of NIA’s top priorities. Several other NIH institutes also conduct and sponsor studies on AD. Thanks to the work of NIH institutes, other research organizations around the world, and many private-sector research, education, and advocacy groups, the study of AD is moving ahead rapidly. This book explains what AD is, describes the main areas in which researchers are working, and highlights new approaches for helping families and friends care for people with AD.< Less
Sundown Alzheimer's An Indigenous Women's Journey with Aunt Mary By Lora Kay Oxendine-Taylor
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A journey of two Indigenous Women: God's will; and, his date was set and the path given. A shared journey with Sundown Alzheimer's. Memories and images within the pages; and, the request made:... More > "write the book". A world of communities came together in laughter, tears, and shared events. This journey permits the book, God's will and God be the Glory for our paths united; and we did it well under Sundown's Alzheimer's. An Aunt, and Niece on an unexpected journey.< 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 Face of Alzheimer's as Seen from the Heart of a Caregiver By Lynda Armstrong
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In this book I open my heart as a loving testimony of my journey from darkness to light. Pat, was my dearest friend and companion, was drawn away from me through Alzheimer's disease long before her... More > last breath. At times during the years of giving, it seemed my faith had been exhausted. God never leaves us and my poems and writings helped me in the grieving process, thus taking me back again to my faith. As the author I let you feel my pain through poems, faith, definition of the disease. Some valuable advice is offered for the Alzheimer's caregiver that I learned through my hands-on experience with Pat. I try to make it clear that all Alzheimer patients are different, but laughter, selfless love, family, and continued commitment are a few strengths that helped. In my mind, Pat was the one who originally taught me to be a caregiver long before the disease engulfed her. From a shattered heart to a healing pathway, my words are here to help another caregiver's as they take their journey.< Less
The Face of Alzheimer’s As Seen From The Heart of A Caregiver By Lynda Armstrong
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In this book I open my heart as a loving testimony of my journey from darkness to light. Pat, was my dearest friend and companion, was drawn away from me through Alzheimer’s disease long before... More > her last breath. At times during the years of giving, it seemed my faith had been exhausted. God never leaves us and my poems and writings helped me in the grieving process, thus taking me back again to my faith. As the author I let you feel my pain through poems, faith, definition of the disease. Some valuable advice is offered for the Alzheimer’s caregiver that I learned through my hands-on experience with Pat. I try to make it clear that all Alzheimer patients are different, but laughter, selfless love, family, and continued commitment are a few strengths that helped. In my mind, Pat was the one who originally taught me to be a caregiver long before the disease engulfed her. From a shattered heart to a healing pathway, my words are here to help another caregiver’s as they take their journey.< Less
Remission towards Curing: Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and Multiple Sclerosis By James Tibbetts and Anne Marie Tibbetts
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Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, and MS can be brought into permanent remission on a Living Foods nutritional therapy approach. As a nutritional lifestyle these diseases can be stopped and kept at a... More > distance once they are put into remission through this Live-food nutrition therapy. This book presents real people, some cured and some not, it is about clinical experience, journal studies, testimonials and advanced nutritional understandings. This work is about five years of research. It involves a major lifestyle change moving into a Live-Food or raw vegan diet, and doing juice fasting, smoothies, and juicing. Having a positive spiritual approach and exercise routine is also helpful. The case studies and testimonials are part of the evidence that these neuro-degenerative diseases can be put into complete remission.< 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
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

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