How To Help Our Loved Ones With Hallucinations And Delusions

What are hallucinations and delusions The first thing to remember, hallucinations are usually false perceptions regarding taste, smell, and fears that do not exist. This typically occurs in elderly patients who have Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia. Trending on the same path, delusions are a kind of false understanding of what is going on…

How A Light Therapy Lamp Help With Sundowning

How A Light Therapy Lamp Help With Sundowning

Light therapy lamp help with sundowning Sundowning is a problem, that is common in seniors with depression, Alzheimer’s, dementia, and mood disorders. Symptoms of sundowning begin during the late afternoon when the sunlight begins to go down. Your loved one starts to experience sudden bouts of: Irritability Restlessness Confusion Agitation, Often, the symptoms may also…

How To Effectively Help With Sundowning Now
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How To Effectively Help With Sundowning Now

My experience I have cared for many Alzheimer’s and Dementia loved ones with Sundowning. It never ceases to amaze me, when the sun goes down and nighttime approaches so do the symptoms. I have had loved ones come down with fever for no reason, fear, more confusion than a normal, claustrophobic feeling, and more. The…

How To Communicate With People With Memory Loss Now
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How To Communicate With People With Memory Loss Now

What is memory loss Memory loss is unusual forgetfulness. You may not remember new events, recall one or more memories of the past, or both. The memory loss may be for a short time and then resolve. Or, it may not go away, and, depending on the cause, it can get worse over time.  Here…

How To Understand The Different Stages Of Alzheimer’s
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How To Understand The Different Stages Of Alzheimer’s

  Alzheimer’s disease Alzheimer’s is a chronic neurodegenerative disorder that gradually progresses over time. It is a type of senile dementia, that interferes with the cognitive functioning of our loved ones making life miserable for them. I have cared for hundreds of Alzheimer’s patients and every case is different. The main thing to remember is…