Learning to Live with Alzheimer’s
If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, you’re probably feeling overwhelmed. Living with Alzheimer’s can bring about some big changes to your lifestyle, but it’s definitely possible. The most important thing to do at this point is to get informed. The more thoroughly you understand the disease and its side effects, the better prepared you’ll be to cope with the different stages of the disease as it progresses.
Alzheimer’s disease is still a relative mystery to mankind. We don’t know very much about how it originates, or what causes it. We do, however, know that susceptibility to Alzheimer’s development can be genetic. You can even get tested for susceptibility to Alzheimer’s if someone in your family has been diagnosed. Living with Alzheimer’s disease can be difficult, but with the proper information and some tender love and care, you can still enjoy life like you always have.
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