Nursing Clients with Alzheimers Disease

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(The Three Stages of Alzheimer Disease)
As the specialists state, Whichever staging system is used, or if none is used, it’s important to remember that the disease affects each person differently. The order in which the symptoms appear and the length of each stage will vary from person to person. There is no clear line when one stage ends and another begins. In many cases, stages will overlap. Some people experience many of the symptoms in each stage, while others experience only a few. There may be fluctuations from day to day with a person appearing more confused one day, for example, and less so another. (Alzheimer Disease)
There is no treatment in traditional medicine that is considered to be perfect to cure the disease. But there are some approaches that help in supporting such people and prevent from worsening the health condition of the patient. These approaches pay attention to different aspect and prescribe different therapies.
The first includes medical treatment that corrects behavioural schemes associated with the disease, such as depression, psychosis and agitation. There are drugs that are prescribed to prevent from the development of the disease: tacrine (Cognex), donepezil (Aricept), rivastigmine (Exelon) or galantamine (Reminyl), enhance the effectiveness of acetylcholine (the chemical messenger found in the