May 26, 2018

Study predicts most people with earliest Alzheimer’s signs won’t develop dementia

This study should be of great interest to anyone that is worried about developing Alzheimer's disease later in life.


Brain most people with earliest Alzheimer’s signs won’t develop dementia
by Alzheimer's Reading Room

It should also be of great interest for Alzheimer's caregivers.

Researchers at the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health conducted the study to determine risks based on age, gender and biomarker screening.


Can you die from Alzheimer's disease?

A person does not die directly from Alzheimer's disease; but instead, from complications caused by Alzheimer's disease.


Dying for the Alzheimer's patient is marked by little if any verbal output, dependency in all aspects of daily living, and complications of brain failure.

How do you know when a dementia patient is dying?


Over time, and as Alzheimer's progresses, the body's immune system weakens, increasing susceptibility to infection and other causes of death related to the elderly.

Typical complications from Alzheimer's and related dementia are: heart attacks, strokes, kidney failure, and lung infections due to aspiration of food.

Multi-organ failure is often the cause of death in dementia patients.



Learn More - Can you die from Alzheimer's disease?


May 23, 2018

Alzheimer's World - The New Reality

Once you accept Alzheimer's World and learn how to operate in Alzheimer's World you'll learn that opposites can indeed attract. And stick together like glue.


Alzheimer's World

To understand Alzheimer's
You must redefine reality
This new reality is called
Alzheimer's World