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 Lewy Body Dementia Vs Alzheimer’s Sticky

Lewy Body Dementia Vs Alzheimer’s

Lewy body dementia and Alzheimer’s disease are the most common types of dementia prevalent in the world today. LBD occurs in over one million people in the United States as the second most common type of dementia, while Alzheimer’s disease…

 What is mixed dementia?

What is mixed dementia?

Dementia is not a particular disease but is rather an umbrella term that includes several illnesses that cause a loss of cognitive functioning, such as remembering, thinking, and reasoning, to the extent that retards and affects an individual’s daily life…

 What Is Parkinson’s Disease Dementia?

What Is Parkinson’s Disease Dementia?

Parkinson’s disease is one of the most common neurological disorders that upsets the central nervous system, typically affecting adults over 65. The Parkinson’s Foundation estimated that nearly 930,000 Americans would be living with this disease by 2020.  Parkinson’s Disease Dementia…

 How To Care For Someone With Frontotemporal Dementia?

How To Care For Someone With Frontotemporal Dementia?

Frontotemporal disorders, also known as frontotemporal dementia, can range from a wide spectrum of symptoms. Caring for someone who has frontotemporal dementia is emotionally and physically taxing and requires extensive effort. Caregivers to such patients may have to face numerous…

 Is Wet Brain A Form Of Dementia?

Is Wet Brain A Form Of Dementia?

Untreated and long-term alcohol abuse can cause a number of negative repercussions, ranging from social withdrawal to complex medical ailments. Pancreatitis, cardiovascular disorders, and cirrhosis are frequently seen as adverse effects of chronic alcohol abuse. One of the less commonly…

 High Blood Pressure & Dementia

High Blood Pressure & Dementia

Something as simple as taking a simple medicine costing a few pennies every day could significantly reduce your risk of getting Alzheimer’s disease. Sounds intriguing, right? This is a finding from the Johns Hopkins analysis of previously accumulated data regarding…

 What Is The Difference Between Delirium And Dementia?

What Is The Difference Between Delirium And Dementia?

Dementia and delirium are crucial health conditions that alter an individuals ability to thinkclearly and make rational decisions for themselves. Although they share some common signs andsymptoms, they have different causes, outcomes, and treatment procedures.Because of their likeness, delirium, which…

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