Alzheimer’s aggression is quite common among people with Alzheimer’s disease. There is grabbing, cursing, throwing things, pushing, kicking, biting, making strange noises, screaming and scratching. Over four million Americans are diagnosed with Alzheimer’s each year and up to half of them can display these behaviors. Alzheimer’s aggression is one of the primary reasons the majority…

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Sleep patterns are likely to change as people age. Statistics show that 43 percent of seniors experience at least one of the night time symptoms of insomnia a few nights every week. Naturally, elderly people need little less sleep or wake up more at night. However, if restless nights are causing issues during the day…

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