Alzheimer’s


Remembering

The Psychology Dictionary states the remembering is “to recall with effort or think of again… Spontaneously recalling information stored in the memory.” [1] Recalling memories is an important aspect of your mental health.  In Alzheimer’s, recalling memories becomes increasing more difficult as the disease progresses.  Initially, an Alzheimer’s patient loses short-term memory recall, those day-to-day memories.  However, these same individuals can usually…


World Alzheimer’s Day – Sep 21st

Alzheimer’s is a disease of the brain that causes a gradual, progressive and degenerative loss of one’s ability to remember, think, reason, judge, orient, and speak.  Alzheimer’s disease is only one type of dementia.  Dementia is a group of disorders that impairs mental functioning. Dementia is not a normal part of aging.  Howard Gruetzner, author of Alzheimer’s, a patient with Alzheimer’s will…