Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is a neurodegenerative disorder that makes a person lose their cognitive abilities, altering daily functioning and leading to various levels of physical and emotional stress.
Following an Alzheimer’s diagnosis, a lot of things can go through your mind. You’ll need some time to sort through your thoughts. After your mind has settled down, you’ll need to learn how you can improve your life while living with Alzheimer’s. To help you out, we’ve put together some tips that will make your life easier, based on information from the Alzheimer’s Association:
Don’t try too hard or try to do something you don’t feel like, which may end up being harmful. Go at your own pace. Some tasks may become too difficult for you to complete even with reminder aids. Don’t feel bad about asking for help; your friends and family are there for you.