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  • National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month 2014
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    November is here and this means it is National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month. Alzheimer’s disease is where your brain starts to forget things such as who you are, who your loved ones are, where you are and what you are doing. Often times you will forget how to do things such as bath, cook, clean and how to take care of yourself. Sadly there are more than fifteen million people in the United States that suffer from this disease. There is no cure for Alzheimer’s but with the help of your family and friends you can cope with it.

     Another form of Alzheimer’s is Dementia. Dementia has many different stages. You will start off acting funny, and forgetting small things. You will become lucid and get aggressive and can become mean towards your loved ones and friends. Even though there are many different dementia stages there are many resources that will help you through each of the stages and teach you how to cope and live with each dementia stage.

     During the early stages of both Alzheimer’s and dementia the patient can still function on their own with a little bit of help. However, as the disease progress the dementia symptoms will worsen and you need more help from your family.

     When it comes to the awareness month it is important to let everyone know that they are not alone and that there is help out there for them. There are always resources that will help them with the disease that they need to utilize.

     One of the best resources out there for people with this disease is the medical id bands that will help others know what is wrong with you, if you happen to get lost or become sick in public and no one is with you. A medical id band is very important and the best time to get one of these is during the awareness month.

     Even though you may have this illness, you are not alone and never need to feel like you are. There are support groups out there to help you and your family cope with this debilitating disease. You will find that there are a lot of resources that you can use and many places that will help you with your disease. Simply ask around and find the help you need today. There is no need for you to suffer with this by yourself any longer.

    Published by My Identity Doctor on November 3, 2014


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