Smorgasbord Health – The Brain – Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease

Reblogged from Smorgasbord Health and the valuable knowledge of Sally Cronin. CLICK THROUGH to the ORIGINAL POST.

Dementia is actually a collective name for progressive degenerative brain diseases, which affect our memory, thought, behaviour and emotions. It is not a normal result of ageing and it does not see…

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3 responses to “Smorgasbord Health – The Brain – Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease

  1. I am so happy to see people writing about dementia, and not just Alzheimers. Thanks for reblogging this. It’s a huge subject when broken into bites reeducates so many.

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    • You are most welcome. Check out Sally’s blog, she is so well informed.

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      • I will keep her in mind, and check her out soon. I’m a Reminiscence Coach and work primarily with people who have dementia. In order to be good at “reaching” them, I ‘ve had to be highly qualified. It’s a fascinating field of study. I also speak on it, which is why I ‘m happy to see Sally writing about it, and you supporting her. Many people still don’t understand dementia, and how it affects each individual differently. Alzheimer’s is the tamest of all the dementias.

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