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Posted by on in Opinion



Hello, where to start? How about don't lie to people coping with the symptoms of dementia. Don't start by underestimating them. Don't oversimplify their thought processes. Don't judge them as being incapable of understanding. Don't deny them their legitimate feelings and concerns about those they love.


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Mordhwaj PariharProfessor & Chair Departments of Zoology & Biotechnology; Dean Life Science Faculty at Vikram University Ujjain

One of the silent features in Alzheimer's disease is the retraction of synapses that will affect mostly recalling short term memories. However, there also results in activation of some new connections that increase insanity. Is there any treatment to curb such features in these patients that prevent faulty neuronal connections?

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Hello, at last, some thinking about thinking about what are the root/first causes of the symptoms we label Alzheimer's Disease. Their conclusion, it's complicated, really complicated. It's somehow age related, most of the time. Did I mention it's complicated? Of course the author of the article is also the founder of a drug company currently developing drugs based on his research, and he now seems to be using his lofty position at Stanford to mention from time to time his research. Just a coincidence I'm sure. It's complicated.



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Hello, most everyone know de-nial is both the name of a river in Egypt and a condition of  belief many older folks hold on tight too, especially when the symptoms of dementia are apparent. This strategy to avoid dealing with the feelings growing out of the stigmas, half-truth, and complete misunderstandings about dementia and its many symptoms does not serve the needs of anyone.


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Hello, yet more good news for nude mice. Yet, more false hope for human beings living with the symptoms of dementia. Mice, nude or not, do not "get" Alzheimer’s disease. They "get" a poor memory. As experts are fond of reminding us, Alzheimer’s disease is not just about a bad memory - that's just true for mice. We are not even sure if mice can't remember, in the same exact sense as human beings recall/reconstruct previous experience and base decisions upon those consistent recollections. We just say, they have "poor memories", mice that is. 

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