75 million Americans are ApoE4 carriers, putting them at increased risk for Alzheimer's disease, and another 7 million carry two copies of ApoE4, making their chances of developing Alzheimer's 10 times as great.
In the Alzheimer's Reading Room we provide the answers to the most difficult problems and issues faced in Alzheimer's and dementia care.
Teepa says that people in the earlier stages of dementia may actually be more difficult to engage than those in the later stages. “This is because they are still lucid enough to know something serious is wrong with them and many are angry and/or frustrated by that.”
Bob DeMarco's insight:
What's the Difference Between Alzheimer's and Dementia
Too often, patients and their family members are told by their doctors that the patient has been diagnosed with “a little bit of dementia.” They leave the doctor’s visit with a feeling of relief that at least they don’t have Alzheimer’s disease (AD).
The confusion is felt on the part of patients, family members, the media, and even health care providers. This article provides information to reduce the confusion by defining and describing these two common and often poorly understood terms.
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