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Howlyncat
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   Posted 4/26/2008 9:35 AM (GMT -6)   
 1...Alzheimers D is a progressive,degenerative disease that detroys brain cells.
....It is NOT a normal part of AGING
 
2...The symptoms of AD include a gradual onset and continual decline of memory,changes in judgement or reasoning,and an inability to perform familiar tasks
 
3..AD eventually effects al aspects of a persons life,including how he / she thinks,feels acts and reacts to their environment
 
4..Presently there is NO known CURE for this fatal disease
 
5..Medications are available to treat some of the symptoms
 
6..Currently there is no way to prevent AD but there is  growing evidence that there ARE things ppl can do that may help to lower their risks
 
7..There are 2 types of Alzheimer's Disease
 
 A) Sporadic Alzheimer's Disease is the MOST commom......makes up to 90 95 % of all cases
 
 B) Familial Alzheimer's Dominant ( FAD) AD is the rare inherited form and involves 5 to 10 % of cases .......
 
  ** I will be adding more facts as well as talking about Related Dementias such as
   A) Creutzfeldt - Jakob Disease
   B) Lewy Body Demetia
   C) Frontotemporal Demetia ( Pick's Disease)
   D) Vascular Demetia
 
  Also will be posting some warning signs and statistics........
 
THis DD is taking our loved ones daily .....it needs to have more research monies allotted to help and it desperately needs to find some hope and a possible slowing down of the amount of ppl we have with this
In America alone more than 5 million ppl have AD and it is raising alarmingly
In Canada more than 4 hundred thousand have this as well ......
 
PLease do what you can to make a difference
Voluteer at local Alzheimer (Chapter) Society 
Anything especailly visiting shut ins and those in homes that have no visitors is the greatest gift you will ever give..........
 
Take care and God Bless
LYN
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Post Edited (Howlyncat) : 4/27/2008 9:42:48 AM (GMT-6)


Howlyncat
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   Posted 4/27/2008 8:44 AM (GMT -6)   
Should we screen for Alzheimer's disease?

Fewer than one-half of all Alzheimer's disease (AD) patients are currently diagnosed; approximately 25% are treated with antidementia compounds. Screening has been proposed to help combat underdiagnosis of AD. An emerging consensus suggest that the three keys to the successful treatment of Alzheimer's disease are early detection, use of currently approved medications to provide symptomatic treatment, and development of medications to slow and eventually halt disease progression.

I think this would rellay be a good idea and may help with early DX of the AD

Any Comments or input??

LYN
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Howlyncat
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   Posted 4/27/2008 9:28 AM (GMT -6)   
                                  
                             Ten Warning Signs
 
 1..Memory loss that affects day to day functioning
 
 2..Difficulty performing very familiar tasks even something like putting on shoes
 
 3.Problems with language...getting words mixed up or forgetting what words they want to say plus other difficulties with speaking.......
 
4..Disorientation of times and places....confusion
 
5..Poor or decreased judgement....( putting self in harms way ect...)
 
6..Problems with ABSTRACT thinking
 
7..Misplacing things and accusing others of either hiding or stealing things
 
8..Changes in moods and behaviours ( can go from sweet to really mean in no time) ( acting out in anger or frustration)
 
9 Changes in personality ( can become very introverted and shut in..not wanting to see ppl( also some have no cares about their grooming habits or eating habits )Medications forgotten or just NOT taken
 
10..Loss of Initiative( not wanting to do anything or be part of anything..again introverted) Medications issues again
 
These are the ten most common SX there are other ones as well
 
Please do add your input
Appreciate it for sure.........
 
LYN
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AlwaysRosie
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   Posted 5/3/2008 11:49 AM (GMT -6)   
Thanks Lyn . . . this is a great topic . . . I'm watching with great interest as I fear for my own mind. *sigh* I think it will be a great topic for newbies too. Some people just want to get a sense of what the beginning signs are.

I have read that one of the earliest symptoms is inability to smell citrus or natural gas smells. Sounds weird but I actually get some degree of reassurance from this one as my sense of smell is still very good. As I remember, my dad lost his sense of smell well before his dx. How about your mom and dad ?

Thanks for working so hard to provide info for the folks in this forum Lyn. I know you are struggling with your health and your spare time . . . . you do a fantastic job here!!! (((((((( Lyn ))))))))))))

Blessings!

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   Posted 5/6/2008 8:22 AM (GMT -6)   

Thanks Lyn,

My hubbies Grandmother had AD and it was so sad as she knew nobody for several years and did not even recognize her children. My MIL tried to keep her at home but she has crippling arthritis and could not continue.  Grandma went to Nursing home and my MIL went everyday to spend the afternoon from lunch time on with her.

We would go and see her too. She lived well into her 80's.
God Bless you Lyn for all you do with this forum

Hugs

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Howlyncat
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   Posted 5/9/2008 4:38 AM (GMT -6)   
My parents both lost their sense of smell as well
Mine is really working good
My sniffer I calls it lol
THanks for all your support and kind words Rosie...God Bless
Luvs
LYN
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Howlyncat
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   Posted 5/9/2008 4:41 AM (GMT -6)   
Lil sis
Smell is one of the biggies IMHO
As posted both parents lost theirs
Mine is still sniffing out all the " bad " smells " lol
I swear I say "WHAT is that smell at least 50 times a day
Take care lil sis and thanks for your love and support...

I really DO love this forum and doing what I can to make awareness and helping out others in situations they are in

Luvs
Big sis
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Howlyncat
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   Posted 5/10/2008 6:05 PM (GMT -6)   
Just heard today that taking IBRUPROFEN at an early age ( 20's) daily can help with the onset of Alzheimer's..........it was on CNN
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Red_34
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   Posted 6/6/2008 11:38 AM (GMT -6)   
What exactly is sporadic AZ? Is this where they have spells of dementia but can revert back to their own self on occasion? I tried finding out what it meant on the net but I didn't find much.
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   Posted 6/6/2008 12:21 PM (GMT -6)   
HI
Yes it is where they will come into periods of Lucidity and then out again..........


There isnt too much on the net but from experience with dad I knew he had this from yrs ago and it took some time to go directly to AD

Take care sis
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   Posted 6/6/2008 7:40 PM (GMT -6)   
Thanks for clarifying that for me Lyn :)
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   Posted 6/7/2008 9:04 AM (GMT -6)   
NO problem Red
I have seen this in NH 's as well
it is sad but it happens

YES I know I worry too becuase I am already having forgetting issues but the doc re assures me it is the Fibro
Plus I believe for me Ativan /Lorazepam does work on making my short term memory really bad ........

Take care
I so admire you for what you are doing with and for your GMA


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Howlyncat
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   Posted 6/7/2008 9:09 AM (GMT -6)   
Also there was a ? about the NON ability to smell gas and other things
That IMHO is so true
This is the reason ( one anyways) that you really have to watch loved ones in their homes and in yours especially with gas appliances..........

And they tend to lean over stove with long sleeve on ( omg I thought dad was gonna burn up once) with the burner on
This was so out of character for him as he was always yelling at us kids about the stove pilot light and making sure burners were off
He still was smelling gas all the time...I would have to take him and show him it was off
Eventually I took knobs off the stove and blew out pilot lights it was that scary .......
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   Posted 6/23/2008 7:13 AM (GMT -6)   
Exciting research being done to hopefully TRY and find a cure for AD....

Check out the link and see you may have to copy to browser......






http://www.comcast.net/articles/news-health/20080622/SCI.Alzheimer_s.Clue/
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Howlyncat
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   Posted 7/5/2008 12:34 PM (GMT -6)   
Keeping Your Mind Healthy

If you hope to maintain cognitive function as long as possible, there are a number of lifestyle measures that may be protective, according to the Alzheimer's Association:

Stay socially and mentally connected
.
Keep tabs on your cholesterol level and blood pressure readings to keep them in the normal ranges
. High levels of cholesterol and high blood pressure boost the risk of dementia.
 
Manage your body weight
. Obesity in middle age doubles the risk of dementia later.
Adopt a brain-healthy diet.
 
 Eat more vegetables and less fat. Pick dark-skinned fruits and vegetables, which have the highest levels of natural antioxidants -- for instance, kale, spinach, Brussels sprouts, broccoli, beets, red bell peppers, prunes, raisins, blueberries, blackberries and plums.

These are the main points to help keep mind active
Especially having a SOCIAL Life


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Texan with Crohn's
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   Posted 7/6/2008 5:39 AM (GMT -6)   
I popped over here due to my grandmother's strange inability to hold on to things like her dentures and glasses. She has good days and then she has bad days where she can't remember anything. I was her caregiver until she fell. The doctor said she had to go to a nursing home. Now I go every weekend and she seems to be going downhill fast.

Thanks for the info. I suspect AD. I am going to watch her closer now that I know all the signs.

Howlyncat
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   Posted 7/6/2008 7:52 PM (GMT -6)   
I am so sorry my friend
'It sure is hard when this happens

I am really glad you are keeping up the visists with her in NH
'HAVE you checked out that particuliar on in Nursing Home thread
it gives you the ratings and info about NH'
I will bump it up for you

Love
and keep me posted

God Bless you and your sweet GMA..........LYN


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Post Edited (Howlyncat) : 8/3/2008 9:25:41 AM (GMT-6)


Howlyncat
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   Posted 8/3/2008 10:10 AM (GMT -6)   
ALZHEIMER"S is NOT a Single Gene Disorder

Diseases such as cystic fibrosis, muscular dystrophy, and Huntington's disease are single-gene disorders. If a person inherits the gene that causes one of these disorders, he or she surely will get the disease, unless it is prevented by other means. AD, on the other hand, is not a single-gene disorder. More than one gene mutation can cause AD, and genes on multiple chromosomes are involved. Sometimes, two genes--one from each parent--are needed for a person to get the disorder.

The two basic types of AD are familial and sporadic. Familial AD (FAD) is a rare form of AD, affecting less than 10 percent of AD patients. It is associated with gene mutations on chromosomes 1, 14, and 21. FAD is the result of a certain inheritance pattern called autosomal dominant. In this pattern, all offspring in the same generation have a 50/50 chance of developing AD if 1 of their parents had it. FAD occurs in younger people (usually before age 60) than sporadic AD does.

More info to be added
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Howlyncat
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   Posted 8/3/2008 10:15 AM (GMT -6)   
                                      GENES
 
Like recipes, genes provide instructions about how to make something, indicating what ingredients go in and in what order. But, the environment (things outside the body like food, the air we breathe, or chemicals we are exposed to) and processes inside the body determine which ingredients are available and in what forms and quantities.

Along with environmental influences, genes and processes inside the body combine to do more than just determine eye and hair color and other traits inherited from our parents. For example, genes ensure that we have two hands and can use them to do things, like play the piano. In almost every case, nature (genes) and nurture (including the physical and chemical environment) work together to shape all living things.

Genes alone are not all-powerful. Most genes can do little until spurred on by other substances. Although they are necessary in their own right, genes basically wait inside the cell's nucleus (control center) for other molecules to come along and read their messages.

Each of these messages is used to build a certain protein. Genes may build a protein correctly or incorrectly, depending on the content of the DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) message. A gene can produce a faulty protein if it has one or more mutations (defects) in its DNA. Faulty proteins can lead to cell malfunction, disease, and death.

You can go to a Geneologist and have self screened to see what role your genes play in the AD.........

I have had mom and step dad pass from this DD and I am going to be screened for sure as I have fibro and the memory loss is scaring me at my age 54 ........ 

 


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   Posted 11/25/2008 7:56 AM (GMT -6)   
....TTT for new members
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   Posted 12/11/2008 12:27 AM (GMT -6)   
I have been taking care of a friend of mine that was diagnoised with alzheimers disease 4 years ago. She is on the medications razadyne, namenda and seroquel. she had gotten so out of hand the dr. i take her to for the alzheimers said she needed to be on serquel to calm her down. she would get so angry. she would walk up and down the street until the neighbors would call the police on her even though she was not doing anything. she would hit her caregivers, she just didn't want anyone in her house taking over. since she has been on the serquel she is very calm. She is constantly having different symtoms and i just wanted to see if anyone else has anyone with these. Alice's face gets very red in the evenings with no reason, she always throws up 2 or 3 times a day. her hair is starting to come out. her teeth are decaying, she is losing weight. she has not spoken a word in 2 years now. her neurologist said she has aphasia which is loss of speech. I have gotten her home health care after trying for 2 years. she now has a great caregiver who takes great care of her. i still give her meds and buy her groceries and take her to the dr. and other things for her. i tried for 2 yrs to get her help and even though she couldn't speak, they said she did't qualify, i finally wrote someone in Austin and it took me another 2 weeks and they finally approved her for homehealth care. she has had this for 2 years now. they have raised her hrs after i told them she is unable to feed, dress, clean house cook, wash clothes or anything anymore. now she is getting 46 hrs a week and we get respite care also.they tried to tell me if she is not bedridden she couldn't get any hrs over 20. this is until they saw her. now they understand. sometimes she still gets really angry, i just wanted to see if anyone else had the same problems that i have.I have found a dr who does research on alzheimer patients. she is in the medical center in houston. it took me months to get her into it. her appointment is not until Feb.2009 But i will take anything i can get, just to see if maybe she has something else. she will have a kinds of testing done on her and the dr. is supposed to be one of best in her field, so i'll see what happens in feb.

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   Posted 12/11/2008 3:51 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi Sue and Welcom to HW

There are alot of sx that do not just go with Alzheimers

What does her family doc say about this

What type of foods is she throwing up

Anger n Frustration is a biggie with many of alzheimers ppl

The are scared for what they are losing and have lost
.........

Read some of other threads hun and now you know to that you are no longer alone

**I will do some checking into the sx she is having for you okay

Email me it is in envelope at side

God Bless...........LYN
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   Posted 12/13/2008 6:07 AM (GMT -6)   
Thank-you Lyn. All of this has been very helpful. As you know, I am caring for my Dad, I don't really understand the "stages" and could use some coaching on that. The single biggest problem I have is his anger. Yes, he has lost a lot: His wife (nursing home), his vehicle, his license, and his self-respect. I have lost a lot too. My freedom to come and go, my ability to work, private time, privacy, friends, and so on. I get so dog-gone angry when he gets angry because everything he wants and needs, I provide for him. All the special foods he likes, special soap, a neck warmer, warm clothers, and on and on. i went yesterday to get a part to fix the muffler on the car and he had a massive tantrum. I was only going to be gone a half hour at most and quite frankly, I'm worried about the exhaust fumes rising up into the car because I smell it, it's carbon monoxide and highly dangerous. I have to have all windows open until I get it fixed. He throws a fit because he's left behind for 1/2 hr. while I see about this. He complains if a window is down even an inch. You see the delemma? I am gettinnng tired of him. I have to say that. It's all his way or no way. i went to pick up a christmas tree and got a madman blowing my horn in the car like the house was on fire. Aside from being irritating, it's getting harder and harder for me to "keep it together". I'm short tempered. My son is available to come up today and I caný afford the gas to go get him. He could take the pressure off for a bit. Thank-you for listening. 

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   Posted 12/13/2008 10:50 PM (GMT -6)   
HUn
There are many threads that have great input for you to read
I will bring them up for you okay

No problem my friend
I am always here to try n be of help for those in need

GOD BLESS
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