This study showed that low doses of Melatonin helps elderly sleep better AND it lowers symptoms of sundowning in Alzheimers https://www.ncb…bmed/11828891/
The brain needs good food and water to thrive. This article reminds us that the body and the brain are inextricably linked and provides a perspective on how nutrition impacts on Alzheimer's disease.
Aggressive behaviour in Alzheimer's patients is so hard for the whole family. Here's a guest post on my blog with some great tips for patients and families who may be experiencing this for the first time. ...
Unfortunately we know that there is a genetic/hereditary component to Alzheimer's disease. Important we have more discussions and evidenced based research to support insight about what can be done to keep our minds as healthy as our bodies.
This might be something to check out. It's a Caregiver Summit that has it's main focus as dementia. It starts March 19th. http://caringfo…om/Lorna-Scott
Good article with general information about Alzheimer's disease.
Important to take the good with the be mindful. The big takeaway is separating facts in exploration with fiction. As difficult as it is to accept, dementia research is still very much in a grey zone.