Tips for Managing Sundown Syndrome

Signs of Sundown Syndrome A strange phenomena that sometimes occurs in seniors with dementia or Alzheimer’s is called Sundown Syndrome (sundowning) because this always occurs around the time that the sun is setting.   Basically, demented seniors begin to show signs of agitation, anxiety, confusion, sadness, anger, mood changes and even aggression that begins in the…

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Caffeine Worsened Behavioral Disorders in Mice with Alzheimer’s

Anxiety and Fear of the New Neophobia According to a recent study published February 15, 2018, in Frontiers in Pharmacology, caffeine had a bad effect on mice that had been generated with Alzheimer’s disease and also on normal aging mice. Besides memory loss and cognitive decline, Alzheimer’s seniors have certain neuropsychiatric disorders called Behavioral and…

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Broccoli may Prevent Osteoarthritis, Cancer, Obesity and more

Osteoarthritis Osteoarthritis, also called degenerative joint disease, causes the breakdown of cartilage in the joints. It is the most common form of arthritis and a key cause of disability, especially in seniors. It affects more than 30 million Americans and the risk for contracting osteoarthritis increases with age. No real cure has been found for…

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