5.3 million people in the USA have Alzheimer’s
800,000 people in the United Kingdom have Alzheimer’s.
10% of 65 year old’s are diagnosed with Dementia.
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When I volunteered to write a book on Alzheimer’s and Dementia, my thoughts went
back first to my Nan, whom having decided that she had enough of living and asked
the Doctors to let her pass away peacefully. The nice Doctors did their magic and kept
her a live for the next two years.
Sadly Nan lost her short term memory and spent the next two years living very much
in the past, unable to recognise close family and friends and never able to recall
anything happening in current times. In those days they did not give a name to her
condition so we will never know if she had Alzheimer’s or Dementia.
When my Dad was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s no one made an effort to explain what
the real impact of this disease would have on our lives. Especially the life of my
Mother, so when my client suggested the subject, I was determined to help her
research both conditions thoroughly and then put on paper the answers to the
questions I know you need to know.
What is Alzheimer’s and what is Dementia?
These questions are so important. When you read the book you will realise why it is
so important to recognise the differences.
Alzheimer’s is a disease and Dementia is a condition which
in many cases can be managed or even treated. The
symptoms of these two conditions are different, we try to
help you recognise the difference so you are able to help the
person with the condition manage the process in the best way
Without this knowledge it is difficult to spot these conditions early on, especially if you live with the person who
is showing signs.
We are dealing with the brain here, which means everything we do is controlled by this incredible human
computer, if you have ever worked with computers you will know as time progresses they start to deteriorate, the
process is very slow and often not noticed until it becomes intolerable.
These two conditions are very similar, so unless you really know what you are looking for you may miss the
signs until the condition becomes intolerable.
Age related conditions.
Alzheimer’s and Dementia mainly affect older people, most of us expect older people to slow down a bit,
become forgetful, their speech is less clear, they don’t always hear what you say and can have difficulty
understanding the words you use.
The question is, is this just old age or something else?
Is this treatable or not?
Should you consult a Doctor or not?
How do you care for someone with these conditions?
This is such an important question I want to share my story with you.
My Dad died of Alzheimer’s and my Mum almost certainly died trying to be the best wife to my Dad. They lived
for each other and my Mum was determined to do her duty what ever it took.
Now let me tell you how important it is to support the person who chooses to care for the person suffering.
First you must understand the person suffering usually does not know they have a problem, when the short term
memory fails it is not easy to remember what happened just now, never mind what happened yesterday or last
This means they are unaware of the problem, on the other hand the person caring remembers all these things
which makes their task very hard.
In my experience no one comes along and shows you how to look after someone suffering either condition. In
many cases the Doctors, Nurses and other Caring staff in homes have very little training on how to look after
elderly people with these conditions.
Understanding the condition helps, getting feed back from others is good too. We have included some good
advice on how to care for the person you love.
Why Buy Alzheimer’s and Dementia Undone?
Let me first say this, if there had been a book written in a simple to understand language when my Dad first
showed signs of this disease, I would have bought three copies. One for my Mum so she could understand it
better, one for my Brother who continually told us how when he saw Dad, he just thought he was getting old and
really could not see what the problem was. Last but definitely not least, one for me so I could help my Mum care
for Dad and know better when was the right time to call in the professionals.
By the way the next book will share tips and suggestions when choosing the right Nursing home when it
becomes too much or too risky to have the person suffering living at home. Or there just isn’t anyone prepared to
commit the time looking after the person in need.
There is lots of information on the Internet about this subject, the challenge is having the time to search through
it all and find exactly what you want, especially if this subject is new to you and you have not had the experience
of living through the process.
I have learnt so much about this subject and know you will have a much better experience than we had by
understanding both these conditions better.
Dementia in many cases is created by other conditions, many of them are treatable if dealt with early enough.
Memory loss on its own can be caused by many different things, just like a computer. Overload of the brain
causes malfunction, malfunction means you forget things, if someone you know is suffering from stress they
need your help and support to overcome what is causing the stress.
We cover memory loss through stress in the book.
Why do you need this?
If you think 800,000 is a big number then imagine how many people in the USA, Canada, Europe, Australia and
Russia have this disease. The number is huge, this is more than 1% of the population of the UK.
The population is getting older which means more people will be suffering from Alzheimer’s next year too.
It is possible to reduce the risk, you just need to know how.
Please don’t wait and see, take action today, the more active your brain is the better chance you have of reducing
the risk. Ever heard the term, Use It Or Lose It, it is true.
How much is the book going to cost?
This is always a good question and you may have already found the answer.
I would rather say, how much is it going to save you. You see, with the right knowledge
you can take the right action, for example, my Dad managed the finances for years. Then
he started to forget some of the payments, or paid the wrong amounts, mislaid the
cheque book and so on.
If this type of activity is not picked up early, the cost could be significant, Mum relied on
Dad to pay the bills, just imagine the stress when she started noticing letters arriving
saying bills had not been paid.
The cost of not recognising the signs could be significant, so when we came to decide
how much to sell this book for we took many things into consideration.
We spent hours researching and writing the book.
We know how important the information is to anyone who knows someone suffering.
On the other hand we want to share this information with as many people as possible.
So we have decided to sell it for £9.97 or US$15.97 so as many people as possible can
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Here are some of the items we cover in the book.
Forgetting and Losing control – what is normal, age related and caused by other situations.
Dementia warning signs – what to look out for and likely causes.
Symptoms, causes and stages of Alzheimer’s.
How to differentiate between Age related memory loss and Alzheimer’s
Alzheimer’s warning signs.
Caring for sufferers.
Attitude and approach to caring.
Myths around these conditions.
Testimonials and Questions asked.
Why this book can help.
This book has been written by someone who has experienced the impact of having a family member with
Before I wrote the book I made sure we researched the subject thoroughly.
I have made every effort to write the book in a language most people can understand.
Who will benefit from reading this book?
Anyone who is concerned about suffering from either of these conditions can benefit from reading this book.
Preparation for any memory loss related condition will ensure those around you are able to support you better,
both personally and possibly financially.
If you have a relation or friend suffering from these conditions, I can assure you the more you understand the
subject the better you will be able to help.
When someone starts to suffer memory loss they will need help, in most cases they are not in a mental state
where they can easily ask for help.
Just as important their long term partner if they have one will usually want to take on the burden of care without
always knowing what they are committing to. The more knowledge they have the easier it will be for them to ask
for help when needed.
Doctors, Nurses and Carers will benefit from reading this book, many of them find the care of an individual with
these conditions quite hard to manage. It is not easy to communicate with an individual when short term memory
is fading. Maintaining respect for people with these conditions is so crucial, remember their long term memory
and emotions are still very much intact.
If you know someone has been diagnosed with either of these conditions or have been diagnosed yourself, we
have every sympathy for you and them and hope this book will help you understand the conditions better and
know how to address some of the issues.
Thank you for reading this information and we wish you all the best for a long and happy life.
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