Dealing With the Rapid Progression of Alzheimer’s Disease

For the majority of people living with Alzheimer’s disease, the condition tends to progress slowly over a number of years. However, for some, the disease may progress much more quickly. There are factors and complications that may cause a sudden decline in an Alzheimer’s patient but these can often be overcome if treated quickly and

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3 comments

  1. Tony Hogben says:

    ….I am living with Younger Onset Dementia, diagnosed 2007…..mid 2010 my physical and mental had deteriorated to such an extent, I asked for and was given a drug with adrenalin.
    ….since that time, I have halted the progression of this horrible disease, and whilst a shadow of my former self, I am alive, happy and still living without care…I put all my info on the internet to show and help anyone so affected….
    …www.adbi.com.au….Tony Hogben, Australia.

    • Natalya says:

      Hello Tony, how are you right now? I hope you are well. I have my mom who is also with the same diagnosis. Was thinking maybe it will help her too.
      Thank you,
      Natalya

      • Tony Hogben says:

        …Hi Natalya…….hope it works for Ur Mum , as well as for me………..I am still going strong…God Bless.
        …Tony Hogben…Bribie Island , Queensland Australia
        …web address….www.adbi.com.au

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