Bobby Finneth

Hey there everyone, my name is Bobby Finneth, a few years ago, my grandfather was diagnosed with Dementia, and at it has been incredibly tough to deal with, for both him and my family. I hope to sahre some fantastic informtation with all of you so that it may lessen the pain that you will all surely deal with whle experincing this. Here is some expert info on dealing wiht someone who has dementia. "Causes
There is no known cause for the onset of Alzheimer's disease. It is very likely that there is an assortment of different factors that contribute to the disease such as age, environmental factors, genetic inheritance, general health, and lifestyle choices. Alzheimer's can start out as a silent illness that takes years of progression before the symptoms begin to appear.

There is also no known way to cure Alzheimer's disease. There are a number of suggestions that might lessen the risk factors for developing Alzheimer's. Many people believe that participating in regular exercise or physical activity can help to prevent the onset of the disease. There are also suggestions that consuming a diet that is rich with fruits and vegetables can help. There is a belief that people who keep up with social engagements and contribute to intellectually stimulating activities will be less likely to develop the disease. It is also believed that doing things to prevent damage to blood vessels caused by conditions such as stroke, heart disease, and type 2 diabetes could help to lessen the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease. There is a theory that using vitamin C as well as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medicines can help prevent the disease. As stated above there are many different theories out there about how to prevent Alzheimer's but there is not a current cure. The treatments that are available do everything to promote mental health and enhance communications between different nerve cells. These practices will not help prevent the progress of Alzheimer's but it can help to lessen some of the symptoms such as dementia."

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