ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE AND DEMENTIA
Dear friends and visitors of FlyerMall.com:
The Alzheimer's issue is not something that we can post as a flyer advertising. The matter is very complicated and as we examined and viewed all the links, we have come to the conclusion that Alzheimer's can affect you, me, or anybody regardless of age.
Obviously, this particular link that we have incorporated is not something that someone suffering from Alzheimer's could view or understand, but it can be very helpful for relatives, friends, associates and caregivers.
The problem is bigger than anyone can imagine, it takes a lot of patience and understanding to cope with the situation by trying to accommodate a loved one with this illness.
Google has hundreds of links about the issue, including some instances where several doctors or practitioners claim that they have a cure, we choose not to include these links since there is no reliable information from any government or institution supporting the facts that Alzheimer's and dementia are curable.
In fact, these claims may prolong the disease, but still we do not see any proof of this.
We have selected several links from serious organizations that obviously do not convey any happy news.
Nevertheless, it is advisable to view each of them with patience and understanding, and in some instances it may be very helpful to you if one of your family members becomes afflicted with this disease by making you familiar with issues you may face.
We will continue to monitor developments about Alzheimer's, and will stay alert for positive news or studies regarding a cure for this disease.
Thank you so much for viewing these articles and for visiting FlyerMall.com
What is Alzheimer's disease
A scientific film with a 3D modeling made on the inner mechanisms of the brain implicated in the development of Alzheimer's disease. Available in English, German, French and Dutch produced by Internationale Stichting Alzheimer Onderzoek (ISAO) (NL), Alzheimer Forschung Initiative e.V. (AFI) (D) and La Ligue Européenne Contre la Maladie d'Alzheimer (LECMA) (FR). www.alzheimer-research.eu.
What's the Difference Between Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia
Dementia & Challenging behavoiur Documentary
Caring at home for a person with dementia is a demanding role. Caring for a loved one with dementia poses many challenges for families and caregivers.
People with dementia from conditions such as Alzheimer’s and related diseases have a progressive brain disorder that makes it more and more difficult for them to remember things, think clearly, communicate with others, or take care of themselves.
In addition, dementia can cause mood swings and even change a person’s personality and behavior. More than half of all people with dementia experience behavioural symptoms of their condition, including becoming more prone to aggression.
Other behavioural symptoms may include restlessness, depression, psychosis, or loss of inhibitions. Aggressive behaviour in particular is a major source of distress for both people with dementia and their carers.
These symptoms may be a result of physical discomfort from a cold or urinary infection, for example, or they could be caused by damage to the part of the brain that regulates behaviour.
Aggression may also be a reaction to a person with dementia being unable to understand the world around them. Relieving behavioural symptoms Behavioural symptoms of dementia can be relieved in many cases by training carers in how to deal with these symptoms, and by treatment with anti-dementia drugs.
Around 40 per cent of residents with dementia care homes are prescribed neuroleptic drugs to relieve these behavioural symptoms. These drugs are not licensed to treat dementia, and can have dangerous side-effects, including excessive sedation, dizziness and unsteadiness.
Licensed anti-dementia drugs (Aricept, Exelon, Reminyl and Ebixa) have been shown to be also effective at relieving behavioural symptoms, in addition to other benefits, without dangerous side-effects.
Research also shows that when carers are trained in treating people with dementia, challenging behaviour can be reduced. However, despite 75 per cent of care home residents having dementia, only 10 per cent of staff are trained in dementia care
Mum, Dad, Alzheimer's And Me (Documentary) - Real Stories
Fiona Phillips investigates the care of Alzheimer sufferers in the UK in a special Dispatches film The number of people suffering from dementia, the majority with Alzheimer's, is projected to rise from 700,000 to over 1 million by 2025 and 1.7 million by 2051.
Unpaid carers are saving the government just over 6 billion pounds a year.
The burden of caring for a spouse or family member is a draining experience. Want to watch more full-length Documentaries? Click here: http://bit.ly/1GOzpIu
Living with Alzheimer’s and Dementia
Aging Matters: Living with Alzheimer's and Dementia explores the impact these diseases are having on individuals, families and communities by weaving together the personal stories of those who are living with dementia, their care partners and commentary from leading experts in dementia.
The program reveals the myths and stigmas that have hindered better living and better caring and examines the heavy burden of the costs associated with the disease, whether financial, physical or psychological by laying the foundation for a better understanding of the disease process, ways to care for those with dementia and the support systems families need in order to provide that care
Dementia: Catching the memory thief
It's over a hundred years since the first case of Alzheimer’s disease was diagnosed.
Since then we’ve learned a great deal about the protein ‘tangles’ and ‘plaques’ that cause the disease.
How close are we to having effective treatments – and could we even prevent dementia from occurring in the first place? Researchers at the University of Cambridge describe some of the progress now being made against this devastating disease.
Persons with Dementia: Skills for Addressing Challenging Behaviors
Elderly persons with dementia may present with challenging behaviors over the course of the illness.
This video demonstrates skills that may be used by caregivers to address these behaviors. The views expressed in this video do not reflect those of the Department of Veterans Affairs.
This video was created by clinical education grant funds awarded to VA clinicians by the South Central Mental Illness Research, Education, Clinical Center (SC MIRECC).
If you would like to learn more about the SC (Rural) MIRECC, or if you have specific questions about the SC (Rural) MIRECC, please visit our website at http://www.mirecc.va.gov/visn16.
BBC Panorama - Nursing Homes Undercover (21 November 2016)
Panorama goes undercover in two nursing homes and finds evidence of cruelty and neglect.
Reporter Janice Finch booked into the homes as a resident and witnessed staff rushed off their feet, leaving the privacy and dignity of some fellow residents often ignored.
The company, which has a chain of homes in Cornwall, earns millions from NHS and local authority placements and has already been told to make improvements.
An emergency safeguarding plan is now in place after the programme makers raised their concerns with the Care Quality Commission and other agencies.
Dealing With Aggression - Professional Caregiver Training
This video is a preview of the Dealing with Aggression Online Training available for professional caregivers at http://e-learning.orcasinc.com.
My father's behavior in the moderate stages of Alzheimer's disease.
I am uploading this to help dispel the notion that Alzheimer's disease just makes you forgetful.
It is a Fatal disease that slowly kills your brain over the course of years.
There is no cure or even any treatment to slow the progression of the disease.
My father clings to some the sense of doing chores, but just wanders around the house constantly doing things like this. I lost my mother to cancer nearly twenty years ago, and I think this disease is far far worse.
My dad served his country as a An infantryman in Vietnam and then served as a police officer in the city of Detroit for 15 years before having to retire on medical disability after his patrol car was hit by a drunk driver. He does not deserve to spend his retirement like this.
The 7 Stages of Alzheimer's Disease Through a Caregiver's Eyes
The medical break down and the personal journey of Yvonne Jensen through each stage of Alzheimer's Disease (1 through 6) as seen through my eyes as I care for her.
Please watch to the very end. Wendy Thompson King came and sang to my mom and it is such a powerful and moving last 10 minutes!!!!
Wendy wrote and performed all the music on this video that is with the pictures. The song she sings as pictures of my mom start is one my mom and I both enjoy each time she plays it in church. It always makes me cry. All of Wendy's music can be found at: http://wendythompsonking.bandcamp.com
Alzheimer's Prevention Program: Keep Your Brain Healthy for the Rest of Your Life
(Visit: http://www.uctv.tv/) Someone in America is diagnosed with Alzheimer's every 68 seconds.
Is there a way to keep this disease at bay? Dr. Gary Small, a professor of psychiatry and director of the UCLA Longevity Center at the Semel Institute for Neuroscience & Human Behavior, suggests there may be. Join Dr. Small as he examines the connection between lifestyle choices and susceptibility.
Learn about physical and mental preventative strategies including stress relief and cross-training your brain. Series: "Stein Institute for Research on Aging"
Inside the Brain: Unraveling the Mystery of Alzheimer's Disease
Permission to use ADEAR materials is not required. When you use our materials in print, on the Web, or in a video or audio format, we simply request that you credit the "Alzheimer's Disease Education and Referral Center, a service of the National Institute on Aging."
A Nutritional Approach to Alzheimer's Disease
A presentation by Steve Blake, Sc.D.. Alzheimer's disease is the 6th leading cause of death in the United States. Care for its victims costs more than the expense of heart disease and cancer combined. This class and slide show is based on the latest scientific research from leading journals worldwide.
Find out which two nutrients are crucial for lowering the buildup of amyloid plaques. You will learn how to lower your risk by increasing your intake of antioxidant fruits, vegetables, and seeds. Lowering saturated fats in the diet can result in better blood flow to the brain. See studies that show which supplements and medical plants have been shown to be effective in reducing the risk and progression of this common dementia.
Dr. Blake has just returned from presenting this information about Alzheimer's disease to teaching hospitals on the East Coast. Steve Blake has a doctorate in holistic health and a doctorate in naturopathic medicine. His area of interest is nutritional biochemistry. He offers classes at the University of Hawaii VITEC program.
Dr. Blake is the author of the 2008 McGraw Hill college textbook Vitamins and Minerals Demystified. He has just completed writing Understanding Dietary Fats and Oils: A Scientific Guide to their Health Effects. He is also the author of Healing Medicine. He has a huge database on medicinal plant use around the world. Dr. Blake programmed the Diet Doctor 2011, software for graphing dietary nutrients.
He is often heard on radio and seen on television Filming and editing by Dr William Harris M.D. on October 15, 2011 at McCoy Pavilion, Ala Moana Beach Park, Honolulu, Hawaii Sponsored by: Vegetarian Society of Hawaii http://www.vsh.org
The Greatest Medical Mysteries of Alzheimer s Disease
Charlton Heston: The Last Interview
Alzheimers can hit anybody, me , you or even famous stars like Charlton Heston
We like you to view this video with patience and understanding how they personally feel about and how people around them cope with the situation. Flyermall Team gives credit to his wife for staying by his side until his last days.
The New Face of Dementia: Diagnosis at a young age
The 7 Stages of Alzheimer's Disease Through a Caregiver's Eyes
Experience 12 Minutes In Alzheimer's Dementia
Memory Repair Protocol
We are not advocating or endorsing this video
WORLD HEALTH RANKINGS
SURINAME SINGAPORE CAMBODIA AFGHANISTAN MALAYSIA BULGARIA EL SALVADOR INDIA LAOS - LES THAN 0.1
FINLAND UNITED STATES CANADA ICELAND DENMARK SPAIN AUSTRALIA FRANCE BELGIUM - MORE THAN 20.
NORTH KOREA 2.20
SOUTH KOREA 12.32
CANADA AND US 35 +
After viewing all the links above, I feel that we are overwhelmed with the depth of information and the reality associated with the Alzheimer's and Dementia disease.
We have included the following link to give us a moment to de-stress by taking a short trip to Hawaii.
Listen to this beautiful music and forget everything.
Strum along with Aldrine, Kahea Hamakua, and Randell Giminiz as they play "Aloha 'Oe" by Queen Liliuokalani.
My name is Peter Spyros Goudas and I created this article to the best of my ability.
Many people in this country know some of my products.
I created in my lifetime over 1250 of some of the best products in the world.
All along, I was trying to make products without chemicals and possibly without MSG.
I endeavoured to make a choice between dehydrated and fresh vegetables and although that was a very costly decision, I did most of them with fresh vegetables.
I have also carefully selected the countries where I get the raw materials; despite the facts that the competition tried to kill me by lowering their prices to put me out of business.
In the end, I survived for almost 50 years and I have received countless compliments from consumers.
Today, I am very proud to say that I have never had not even an A1 recall and in fact, I have received an acknowledgement from CFIA during 49 years.
As well, I was granted the unbelievable 98% score from one of the largest organizations in the world, Wal-Mart who have given me upon thorough inspection of my premises.
Of course, this is unusual for any company to receive such a high score. Most of the best companies in the world score 70% to 80%.
Although everybody in my organization was very happy to receive this news, I was very disappointed due to the fact that I did not receive the 100% mark.
Of course there are food critics out there who comment for instance; Mr. Goudas’ soups need more salt, therefore the taste needs to be upgraded.
The logic behind this is: If I have to put too much salt, no one would be able to adjust it to the desired taste.
It was always a cause of apprehension and unnerving for all of my suppliers throughout the years when I asked them to come in Canada to meet me for their training purposes.
Around the year 2000, I ended up supporting an organization for the blind.
This is another segment of the humanitarian work I have done throughout the years.
I reflected for a moment: What does a blind person really needs to have when shopping?
Obviously, they most definitely need the ability to identify what was in the cans based on their feeling, handling and by touching the code as engraved at the bottom of the container in lieu of a barcode.
The blind population has a visual challenge with the code. While alone in my office, I came up with an idea: How do I resolve this issue?
I consulted a friend who was working for a company which specializes in flavors and aromas and I asked him to create an intensive perfume of a tomato field, a pineapple field, peach, mandarin, and so on…
These fragrance were dispatched by me to the label printers around the world which they will match to the corresponding canned containers. I did quite a few similar products so when a blind person walks through a market, the intense aroma from the field dispersed by the label will help the blind identify the food content of the canned product.
That not only helps them at the store level but also at home when they pick up a can from their pantry.
Of course, I was not able to put different fragrance to make in different categories.
For instance, I had one tomato scent in the can regardless of the fact, that it was whole tomato, crushed, diced tomato of tomato paste.
An article about this innovative idea was published in the Toronto Star at the time.
That was one of the most expensive ideas I ever had.
Quite some time ago, I heard the word: “Alzheimer’s, but I never really put so much attention in this word until recently when a friend of mine informed me that his wife has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease.
As the time went by, I heard about Alzheimer’s much more often.
Certainly, I heard a favorite actor of mine by the name of Charlton Heston suffering from the disease and he made a documentary explaining to the general public that this is going to be the last communication with the world since he knew that he will be declining to the point that he no longer recognizes anyone and he will probably forget everything that he knew and his personality will change as well.
So then I thought to myself: If he can get Alzheimer’s Disease, what’s preventing me or you from getting this disease?
Following up to this incident of the actor, I tried to study as much as I can about Alzheimer’s and dementia in our daily lives and questions flown to my mind.
Is this problem related to the food, the weather, a combination of the two, worries, old age, lifestyle habit, environmental pollution, education, etc?
The questions are endless and the answers even more!.
I decided to make this link in the article explaining to you the word Alzheimer’s disease by portraying very reliable websites and professionally sourced data from authorities on the subject.
Prior to posting these links, there are hundreds of documents on the internet beginning with the Wikipedia, Orthopedia, Macromedia and all other Pedias as well videos.
I found the time to select the best articles and videos related to the issue and believe me that was not easy watching nor was it entertaining.
Everything I read was dreadful and heartbreaking.
For someone who has Alzheimer's, does not really understand but for those who care for them and their loved ones, to the homes where staffs care for them and their caregivers, it is a devastating story everywhere.
In this article, I will not try to sell you any treatment, or approaches in caring for those affected by the dreadful illness, but since I posted these videos and articles quite a few people reached out and explained to me their experiences of caring for loved ones or how difficult a job it is.
Every so often I have visited their houses for coffee and witnessed with my own eyes the effects, I will not go into details and behaviors of those affected, and I have already posted enough videos that readers can view on their own.
As I was reading one of the articles and look at it in depth, something extraordinarily hit me in the head like a baseball bat.
Since that time, I am not trying to focus on the cure of the disease, but exactly the opposite the cause of the Alzheimer’s.
Looking at the map of the world, that portraits the percentage of Alzheimer’s disease by country, will tell you that Canada and Russia are in the same position and yet Canada is one of the highest, while Russia is one of the lowest, therefore geographical positions is not a factor, the same applies to the weather.
Old age is not really a factor either because the disease does not discriminate against age, color or religion.
One thing that surprised me while concentrating on the map is the highest level of Alzheimer victims.
It is shocking to see that Finland with 53.77 while Russia, a neighborhood country only 2.17. Why this tremendous difference?
Why South Korea has 12.32 and North Korea, 2.20?
Why of the whole continent of Africa with almost non-existent Alzheimer's disease, suddenly, South Africa is joining the ranks with high marks?
And most importantly, Suriname with zero and their neighbor Brazil with 12.56?
Is it because they concentrate too much on the soccer game according to some people?
And why US and Canada are at the highest of the rank?
I came to the conclusion that countries that have the higher marks have some things in common.
I have inquired and learnt about their eating habits since I know about the food industry and perhaps I have to learn about their lifestyle.
They too have some things in common.
Of course it appears that it is not an easy task; however I think it will take a lot of time and knowledge to be able to come to any conclusion.
I mentioned above that I would like to investigate and find the cause of the problem.
If you are on the same page that I am, and you have already discovered something or have an idea why, then please send your discovery to firstname.lastname@example.org so that I may examine your findings.
The main point of this is to find the cause of this illness and not the solution and recommended medication.
Thank you very much for viewing this article.
Someone recently brought the following to my attention.
While travelling from Windsor to Toronto he noticed in four (4) different gas stations that the items below being sold in the food section are basically junk food.
I did not want to post all the photos of the items within the store but I can assure you that there were basically junk food and an assortment of energy drinks.
Why does anyone need an energy drink while driving? Have you read the list of ingredients on the label? Did you understand or have knowledge of each word on the list of ingredients?
Most importantly, did you ever take the time to read about the dangers of Energy Drinks? Click here and be informed.
By clicking on the photo below you may read more information about energy drinks.
Click the photo for additional junk food images.
Junk foods typically contain high levels of calories from sugar or fat with little protein, vitamins or minerals.
Foods commonly considered junk foods include salted snack foods, gum, candy, sweet desserts, fried fast food, and sugary carbonated beverages.
The driver had no option but to purchase since these were the only items available.
This example is multiplied over all gas stations across Canada and the U.S.
That beautiful egg-coloured omelette or egg sandwich you may purchase at your local fast food outlet maybe something to think about.
The video below is about Fake Foods in China.
One thing you must understand that these products are not only available in China, but are distributed around the world and made in other countries also.
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Test grilled chicken sandwiches from Subway, McDonald's, A&W, Wendy's and Tim Hortons to find out how much chicken is in that chicken.
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