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Living with Dementia


Behaviours redolent of current dementia during this period

In the literature of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries (and indeed of earlier periods), it is possible to recognize behaviours that nowadays we may wish to refer as dementia being reported under different rubrics. For example, in relation to ‘Stupidity or Foolishness’, Thomas Willis (1684) wrote:

although it chiefly belongs to the rational… Behaviours redolent of current dementia during this period   

I have Alzheimer Disease

dotage1 - vision1 - late-day anxiety1 - slowed movement1 - mild traumatic brain injury1 - hallucinations1 - benadryl1 - parkinson's disease dementia2 - icd-101 - wernicke's-korsakoff syndrome10 - difficulties with speech1 - neuronal membrane1 - cardiovascular risk factors1 - muscle co-ordination1 - nilotinib1 - hypomanic1 - 1215-lipoxygenase1 - degenerationist hypothesis1 - sundowning2 - alzheimer's plan1 - short-term memory problems1 - permanent brain damage1 - declines in memory1 - judgment1 - alzheimers gene1 - alzheimer type2 - omega-31 - alzheimer's patients7 - novel proteins1 - alzheimer's drug5 -