Alzheimer's Disorder

Sufferers of Alzheimer’s Disease have problems with their memory. This is thought to be due to a number of factors, including a disruption in both the way electrical charges travel within cells and the activity of neurotransmitters and also due to the formation of "plaques" and "tangles" – which are clumps of proteins that gather around nerve cells in the brain, blocking cell signalling.

Some of the first symptoms typically include memory loss, problems with language, decreased judgment, mood and behaviour changes and loss of initiative.

Although hypnosis offers no guarantee of a cure – as even the medical profession don’t have one at present – we can try to slow down the disease – and every avenue of treatment is worth exploration.This script is designed to help people in the early stages of Alzheimer's to develop a healthier way of life.

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Alzheimer's Disorder (Dementia)

Alzheimer's disorder (dementia) is usually thought of an old person's disease, however this is something that can also happen to younger people.

The first signs of Alzheimer's disorder are lapses of memory, inability to recall events that have happened recently, confusion, mood swings and being unable to find the right words to express themselves (where previously this was no issue).

No two people will experience exactly the same symptoms and some can have many of the early signs of dementia and yet not suffer from it - many of the symptoms associated with Alzheimer's Disease can also be experienced by people who are under severe stress.

Alzheimer's is not necessarily hereditary although if a parent or close relative suffered from this problem then it is wise to prepare yourself in the event that similar warning signs do crop up.

One way of forestalling the onset or progression of Alzheimer's Disease is to keep your mind as active as possible (whilst at the same time, taking time to relax - yoga, meditation, self-hypnosis are excellent relaxation methods).

Crossword puzzles, quizzes, learning music or new skills can be beneficial.

Exercise can also play an important part in delaying or preventing Alzheimer's Disorder.

Figures from 2010 estimate that one in fourteen people over the age of 65 will develop Alzheimer's and one in six over the age of 80.

When caring for an elderly relative with onset symptoms of Alzheimer's then they should be encouraged (wherever possible) to retain their sense of independence and if possible, continue with hobbies that will stimulate their brain.



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