When a Loved One Has Alzheimer’s Disease
Could It Be Alzheimers?
It is normal for our loved ones to become a bit forgetful as they age. So how can we separate a harmless senior moment€ from a more serious problem like Alzheimer’s disease? One in eight people 65 and older have this devastating form of dementia. In its first stages, Alzheimer’s may not be obvious to friends and family. But there are some early warning signs to watch for.
This terrible disease runs in my family. Â Back in the day, before we realize how terrible it is, we used to just call it senility, but it is really bad juju…