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Dementia Symptoms

By:   |   Jul 08, 2018   |   Views: 39   |   Comments: 0

Dementia can be understood as a serious loss of cognitive abilities in a person, previously unimpaired, beyond what is assumed to be a normal ageing process for a person. It may either be static or progressive. The former is due to distinct brain injury while the latter results in long-running decline owing to disease or damage in the body.

A complicated disease with a multitude of symptoms, dementia originates in the cerebral cortex of the brain, affecting one's ability to hear, touch, see, think, perceive, and communicate. Likewise, because a general decline in mental faculty is often accepted as a part of growing old, dementia can be tough to diagnose in its early stages, and common dementia symptoms may be explained away as a normal part of life.

Types of dementia:

1. Alzheimer's disease

2. Absence of acetylcholine

3. Dementia due to long-term alcohol abuse.

4. Multi-infarct dementia

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It would seem there are two ways in which people with a higher cognitive reserve compensate for the effects of ageing, or brain damage. Either they increase the efficiency of their existing ones, or they recruit alternative networks.

Lewy Body Dementia is characterized by the loss of ability to reason, think and remember. Like Alzheimers Dementia, it causes Alzheimers symptoms like confusion, memory loss, decreased awareness, delusions and depression; and like Parkinson's, it causes physical disturbances like tremors and rigidity.

In the later stages of this syndrome, a person can get disoriented in time; for example he may not know what the time is or what day of the week it is. It can also mean disorientation with regards to location; for example a person might forget where they currently are. Lastly, dementia may mean those affected forget people, even friends and family that they may have known for years.

Dementia can often be treated to a particular degree, unfortunately most effects of it are generally is due to causes that cannot be cured.

Aging is a process that most people dread and would prefer to ignore or delay. Even though there are many medical advancements that have made us healthier longer, aging is inevitable. It is a process that can be painless or quite difficult and full of tribulations.

There are several facilities that have been fabricated to address the sometimes specific needs of the aging process. If senility is the symptom of age that you are addressing it is important to a select healthcare dementia care home and not just any nursing facility.

Cold water fish is high on the list of brain foods because EPA and DHA, the omega-3 fatty acids found in cold water fish, have been linked to enhanced memory and brain function. The fish chosen by Melaleuca for the supplement Unforgettables are anchovy, mackerel, and sardine. These fish are small and live only a short time; not long enough to accumulate a buildup of harmful mercury. The fish are also pre-screened for mercury content before processing.

Vascular dementia occurs when a person's brain does not get sufficient oxygen over a prolonged period of time and the reason for this deprivation of oxygen is vascular by nature. Normally, blood carries sufficient oxygen to all parts of the human body.

It can be difficult to determine if an Alzheimer's or dementia patient has a UTI because they may not be able to fully verbalize how they feel. They may not understand or be able to express pain, feeling the need to urinate frequently, etc.

An infection can cause an imbalance in the substances and salts in the blood and reduce the production of a hormone that contributes to the formation of red blood cells.

The care home must be a registered one and must be licensed under the local government so that they have all the facilities to have the people of old age. Also the fee and other details must be discussed in earlier so that there are no future confusions regarding money and other benefits.

Most common symptoms include:

1. Loss of memory: the affected person forgets way back home, may forget people, their names and common routes. At times it is difficult to recall what happened recently too.

2. Keeping moody: the affected person has a lot of mood swings owing to the damage caused to the brain parts that guard and control emotions.

3. Difficulty in communication: the affected person has trouble in reading, writing or talking.

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