7 Ways to Minimize Sundowning in Alzheimer’s Patients

“Sundowning” is the term used to describe the changes people with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease can often experience in the late afternoon/early evening. It seems that the changing of light brings on various symptoms such as mood changes, confusion, irritability, pacing, fear, and agitation. There are ways that you can minimize the effects of sundowning

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