Monthly Archives: August 2014

How does your client’s sleep pattern affect their Dementia?

If you have ever noticed how your client sleeps, it may just lead you to the fact that their sleep pattern has a lot to do with how their Dementia or Alzheimer’s disease (AD) changes. Many times the sleep and … Continue reading

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More about proteins

Yesterday I wrote about how proteins and excess proteins affect the human brain and cause Alzheimer’s disease and other types of Dementias. Today I would like to continue that conversation and further it by writing about FTD, AD and other … Continue reading

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Proteins linked to AD and Dementia (Posted late on 08/29)

Certain proteins just happen to be one feature that several major Dementia varieties have in common. The excess of proteins in the human brain or even protein fragments that have taken on abnormal forms are considered to be toxic to … Continue reading

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Worldwide efforts fight against Dementia

The effects of Dementia on the aging are being experienced worldwide. Because of the throes being experienced by this horrific disease (and all associated with it), there is an ongoing international effort being given to help the people and the … Continue reading

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Worldwide efforts fight against Dementia

The effects of Dementia on the aging are being experienced worldwide. Because of the throes being experienced by this horrific disease (and all associated with it), there is an ongoing international effort being given to help the people and the … Continue reading

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How does imaging help detect Dementia?

By utilizing modern clinical imaging, researchers are sometimes able to better understand what is happening and changing in the brains of those diagnosed with Dementia. Clinical imaging is like their window to the world inside the human skull. It helps … Continue reading

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How does genetics affect Dementia?

As with many diseases, our heritage can play a big role in whether or not we get Alzheimer’s disease, AD, or any other form of Dementia. Of course a Dementia caused by a head trauma or a sports injury is … Continue reading

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