I saw a clip of a lady doctor whose husband was in the early stages of Alzheimer’s and she started giving him pure coconut oil in all his food and after some time he became much better. Elephant the hardest thing is watching someone you love forget. Unfortunately, I don’t have the clip and don’t remember what sight I watched that. Maybe you can google it and find out. God bless
Elephant the hardest thing is watching someone you love forget shirt
My mother had Alzheimer’s and now my most intelligent and independent and successful sister at 73 has Alzheimer’s. I am very worried I will get that too and don’t want to be a burden on my nieces and nephews. I pray every night I don’t get that. This is such a wonderful video this man has a light at the end of a very dark tunnel. God bless him and God bless those who surrounded him with music Elephant the hardest thing is watching someone you love forget. I suggest you listen to your music from your high school years. Ask someone to get it for you. And be as active as you can, chatting with friends on Facebook and in person and walking as much as possible, even if it’s just around your house! It makes a big difference. We did this same thing for my grandfather before he passed away in 2016 from Alzheimer’s. Music and meditation music helps heal their soul
Click to get it now!
When I was 19 to 20 yrs old I worked at a retirement home and I would ask Mrs Clare she had altimerz would you like to dance and she would just come to life and we would do a waltz around the main lobby and she would talk about her life I really enjoyed helping
When my grandmother was living in a nursing home with Alzheimer’s, she had very vivid memories of her childhood, and yet couldn’t remember what had happened even just 15 mins earlier _her doctor explained it in a very simple way to us_he said with Alzheimer’s, think of the brain as an onion, and the newest memories just peel right off_forgotten, but the center of the onion or the oldest memories are perfectly clear