Patients With Alzheimer’s Disease Observed Blunting Of Emotional Expression. Part 3 of 3

Patients With Alzheimer’s Disease Observed Blunting Of Emotional Expression – Part 3 of 3

Apathy seen in Alzheimer’s patients is often reported by folks members. “Apathy is a heartbreaker for the family”. Even so, both Kennedy and Heilman had a positive message for family members. For family, it’s not to take it personally if a loved one with Alzheimer’s is apathetic. “Don’t translate it as being done willfully”.

Heilman said families can try to make information more explicit when talking to those with Alzheimer’s, in an effort to help emotions kick in. If you show a loved one a picture, for instance, give verbatim details about the person or object in it, he suggested. You may see less apathy in response indulekha hair mage week me kitni baar kare. The research was supported in part by Lundbeck Pharmaceutical Co, whose products involve Alzheimer’s medicine.

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