Dementia is a general term for loss of memory,thinking and social abilities, severe enough to interfere with your daily routine, language, problem-solving and other thinking abilities that are severe enough to interfere with daily life. Alzheimer’s is the most common cause of dementia.
Dementia symptoms vary depending on the cause, but common signs and symptoms include:
- Memory loss, which is usually noticed by someone else
- Difficulty communicating or finding words
- Difficulty with visual and spatial abilities, such as getting lost while driving
- Difficulty reasoning or problem-solving
- Difficulty handling complex tasks
- Difficulty with planning and organizing
- Confusion and disorientation
- Personality changes
- Inappropriate behavior
Dementia is caused by damage to or loss of nerve cells and their connections in the brain. Depending on the area of the brain that’s damaged, dementia can affect people differently and cause different symptoms.
Types of dementias that progress and aren’t reversible include:
- Alzheimer’s disease:This is the most common cause of dementia.
- Vascular dementia:This type of dementia is caused by damage to the vessels that supply blood to your brain.
- Lewy body dementia: This is one of the more common types of progressive dementia.Common signs and symptoms include acting out one’s dreams in sleep, seeing things that aren’t there (visual hallucinations), and problems with focus and attention.
- Frontotemporal dementia: This is a group of diseases characterized by the breakdown of nerve cells and their connections in the frontal and temporal lobes of the brain. Common symptoms affect behavior, personality, thinking, judgment, and language and movement.
- Mixed dementia:Autopsy studies of the brains of people 80 and older who had dementia indicate that many had a combination of several causes, such as Alzheimer’s disease, vascular dementia and Lewy body dementia.
The concurrence of memory problems and hyperactivity indicates two coinciding constellations: one is related to separation conflicts, the other to conflicts of feeling stuck . Often, the learning difficulties start after the separation from one of the parents or from both, after a move or a change of school involving a separation from schoolmates and friends, after a new sibling was born who gets more attention, after the mother goes back to work, or when the parents constantly argue or are too busy to spend time with their child.
1. Anacadium Orientale : Anacadium orientale is one of the top remedies for weak memory and it is indicated for sudden loss of memory, especially under stress,. lack of confidence, unkindness or cruelty. They become hesitant, suddenly forget the names of people and things, and can even feel as if they are going insane.
2. Baryta Carb : Baryta Carb is an excellent homeopathic remedy for senile dementia. In such cases, there is progressing mental weakness. There is forgetfulness while speaking and the mind seems clouded. The patient tends to forget the words that he is about to speak. There is a loss of memory, and when the patient tries to recollect past events, he is unable to do so
3.Lac caninum: Lac caninum is effective for weak memory and forgetfulness while writing. Lac caninum is prescribed when a person cannot remember the right words when writing and commits frequent mistakes. The person uses wrong inapplicable words and omits letters. The concentration power also seems lacking.
4.Cannabis Indica : Cannabis Indica is effective for the treatment of weak memory and forgetfulness while talking. He or she forgets the words in between a conversation and does not remember what he or she is about to say. Excessive forgetfulness makes it impossible to end a sentence.
5. Medorrhinum : Medorrhinum is indicated for persons who possess aweak memory especially for names and spellings of words. To remember a name even of a well known person is quite a task for such subjects. The weakness can even be of such an extent that the person forgets his or her own name.
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