6 Tips to Make Life Easier When You Have Alzheimer’s Disease

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

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  1. Rich Webb says:

    I have Alzheimers. I was “officially” notified that I had the disease after I had an MRE (a radiological brain scan). That was 2 years ago. So far the disease has progressed slowly.
    I can still drive a car without any trouble and my reflexes have not diminished. I also can do word games & crossword puzzles (using my dictionary). I have been in therapy off & on for several years, for other reasons, but now the subject of living with Alzheimer’s is the main topic between my therapist & I. It really does help to talk with someone other than my wife. It’s not that my wife doesn’t care or doesn’t know what I’m going thru, but I think she’s too close to the situation to fully
    understand what this disease can and is doing to me. I love her
    very much and she is a big help by not bringing up the subject of this disease unless I mention the subject.
    I don’t know how much time I have left on this big rock “Earth”, but I am great full for each day that I have

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