• November 11, 2016 at 6:44 am

    I have my mother staying with me as she was diagnosed with dementia. Since then she has gone down rapidly. She was normally a cheerful, easy-going person. But now she is been in a pit of depression, scared and confused. My heart breaks every time when I see her sitting alone in the room without coming out. With one of my friends suggestion I’m thinking of taking her to any counseling and get her the psychotherapy treatment. Will this go away? Or is it her state of mind for now on? How have others dealt with this situation?

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  • July 10, 2019 at 8:41 am

    Someone who is closer to you in family if falls prey to Dementia his memory loss also hurts your daily life too. As assignment writer at nursingessays.co.uk I would with great regret say that unfortunately there is no scientific evidence that any medicine is helpful enough to treat this at least alleviate the intensity of Dementia

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