memory loss Articles
Short Term Memory Loss: a Sign of Alzheimer’s or not?
Wednesday, February 22nd, 2017 by
New Research Shows Mild short term Memory Loss Is Not Normal Short term memory loss might not be as normal as we once thought. Blog update 2-22-17please read to the end-very important new data. Although brain farts and occasional forgetfulness have been considered normal signs of... Read more
Tylenol PM and Alzheimer’s?
Monday, April 25th, 2016 by Lynn Jaffee
Age-related memory loss runs in my family. Growing up, I remember my Great Aunt Clair telling us kids about her son who lived on the moon and who regularly sent her pennies. Aunt Clair never married or had children, but was sweet and we loved her stories nonetheless. My maternal ... Read more
How to Test Yourself for Alzheimer's Disease
Tuesday, September 9th, 2014 by eHealthGuide
Alzheimer’s disease is a debilitating and terrifying disease; not only for the people who have it, but for their loved ones as well. What makes Alzheimer’s so terrible is the fact that it seems so sudden. One day grandma is lucid, the next she can’t remember ... Read more
Pat Bowlen gives up control of Denver Broncos while he battles Alzheimer’s disease
Thursday, July 31st, 2014 by Pamela R
Its never easy to hear about a person falling to Alzheimers and this post is about a member of the NFL, family Pat Bowlen. He isnt a former a player as we sadly hear about the many players succumbing to this disease or symptoms like it because of the hits taken throughout their c... Read more
Blog 77: One Year Later | The End
Saturday, July 12th, 2014 by Lizzie Carver
July 9th marked the one-year anniversary of my moms passing. This past year has been a time of learning how to live without my mom. Her death was the greatest loss I have ever known. As time goes on the permanency of her absence does not make things easier. Just when I think I ha... Read more
The Truth About Sleep
Monday, March 3rd, 2014 by eHealthGuide
Of all the things your body needs for survival, sleep is at the top of the list. It may not seem like sleep could sustain your life, but studies have repeatedly shown that sleep deprivation can lead to permanent mental damage, long-term memory loss, heart attacks, stroke and... Read more
Alzheimer's Disease: Reduce Your Risk
Monday, September 9th, 2013 by eHealthGuide
Good news may be on the horizon for patients who suffer from Alzheimer's disease. The United States government is stepping up its commitment to researching the cause of this medical condition and investigating a cure. According to many reports, researchers are getting closer ... Read more
Blog 76: A Life Without My Mom
Monday, August 19th, 2013 by Lizzie Carver
Alzheimers isnt a part of my life anymore. My mom is gone. Alzheimersdementia and its ugliness, and what it did to my mom and my family, is no longer at the forefront of our lives. That diseasetore my family up. My relationship with my sisters has gotten better, though with Renee... Read more
Blog 75: Letter To Mom
Wednesday, July 31st, 2013 by Lizzie Carver
The following is a letter I wrote for my mom and read it at her funeral service. I started it the night before and finished it before leaving for the funeral. It was so hard for me to write it. I was grieving, I was emotionally drained, and exhausted, but I wanted to do this for ... Read more
Blog 74: My Mom Is An Angel in Heaven
Friday, July 19th, 2013 by Lizzie Carver
I dont even know where to begin to describe the past three weeks. I started this blog post a couple of times and just dont have the words to express my pain and heartache. I will try again. I am in mourning and grieving the loss of the most wonderful mom I could have ever had. A ... Read more
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