Moderate AD is marked by a more pronounced decline in abilities of patients suffering from the disease. Tasks that were once easy can become frustratingly hard and independence can be quickly lost. There are some medications and therapies that could help.
Patients with ALS, a rare neurological disease, develop several complications over time. This article outlines breathing problems, one of the most severe complications that occurs in ALS patients.
ALS is a rare, progressive neurological disease. This article outlines the complications that arise over time in patients with ALS, including breathing problems, eating problems, dementia, speech problems, and many others.
The first of the 3 stages of AD would be Mild Alzheimer's Disease. This is a condition marked by mild cognitive impairment and forgetfulness. There are numerous therapies available that can help make this stage less bothersome for normal living.
Alzheimer's Disease is a progressive degeneration of the brain. Each stage has a set of different symptoms and new challenges that patients with AD must face. Read more to find out what symptoms are associated with each stage and what you can do to help.
Alzheimer's Disease is a debilitating disease that gradually worsens as damaged proteins accumulate. The trick to managing this condition is reducing the chance of these proteins being damaged so you don't have to deal with the aftermath of the disease.
ALS is a rare neurological disease that currently has no cure. Hence, patients often turn to complementary and alternative medicine to treat symptoms of the disease or delay disease progression. This article outlines the common alternative therapies.
ALS is a rare neurological disease with no cure. One of the most symptoms of ALS if fatigue. This article outlines how to recognize fatigue, identify factors that worsen it and strategies that can be used to treat it.
ALS is a rare neurological disease that currently has no cure. This article outlines the effect of nutritional supplements on the progression of the disease, some of which have shown to slow down progression of ALS.
ALS is a rare neurological disease with no cure. Several studies have investigated the impact of different types of diets of progression of the disease. This article outlines the evidence for use of different types of diets in ALS treatment.