Hi, It's me Dr. Rajgopal . I had answered the question with a different Id earlier . Regards !
Welcome to the forum ! I am sorry to know the state of your grandfather . Some common early symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease include confusion, disturbances in short-term memory, problems with attention and spatial orientation, changes in personality, language difficulties and unexplained mood swings. The disease occurs due to the deterioration of brain cells.Please consult a neurologist for a treatment plan to help slow the disease . One can also slow the rate of illness progression, thereby preserving quality of life and independence. Vitamin E slows the progress of some consequences of Alzheimer’s for about 7 months. In addition to the pharmaceutical approaches, conservation methods also can be beneficial to the management of Alzheimer's disease, such as: eating a proper diet ,getting daily exercise ,continuing intellectual stimulation and social contact ,implementing memory aids, such as a prominent calendar, lists of daily tasks and labels on frequently used items that can help compensate for memory loss and confusion ,providing a comfortable and stimulating environment and always trying to give simple and easy to understand instructions and participating in support groups . Please follow these guidelines and I hope that the progression of the disease will be delayed . Hope this helps you . Take care and regards !
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