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Unfortunately, most types of dementia are irreversible and progressive.

The parts of the brain get more damaged. May be getting damaged. So existing symptoms get worse, and more symptoms appear. Find out what you need every day. These tasks are usually called the activities of daily living (ADL). Examples are bathing, dressing, cooking, eating, managing, money, and shopping. Caregivers have to help them more. Person may begin wandering and get lost. Some may get agitated and aggressive. Some get abusive. Some become apathetic. Recognizing or using common objects. Some are unable to explain their needs. They can't find the right words to express themselves. They may neglect themselves, such as their meals. It can be seen that it is a dementia progresses.

How fast the dementia gets worse differs across persons. It depends on how much it progresses. Just in a few years In some the decline takes. It depends on the person.

The phrase “stages of dementia” is often used to discuss how those with dementia get affected over the years. However, there are no clearly defined “stages of dementia.” Every dementia type is different. Every person is different combination of symptoms. How the damage increases over time (the progression) therefore differs across persons.

Even though each situation is different, it’s clear how to expect. They can provide care. They can prepare emotionally for the future. Usually stages are discussed using a mid-stage dementia and late-stage dementia.

(For a discussion of care through the various stages, check: Plan care for the various stages of dementia) Early stage dementia.

In the early stage, the problems are very noticeable. Symptoms seen from this type of dementia. This is because of these diseases. For example, in Alzheimer’s Disease, In FTD, the changes to the brain mainly affect the behavior. They are often “displeased.” Doctors may not be consulted.

In India, the medical community. Diagnosis at the early stage is uncommon.

Persons may show some or many of symptoms like: Confused about the date. Forgetting names of people and objects. Forgetting recent events, such as they had breakfast that morning. Unable to draw a simple picture of a clock. Problems in analyzing things. Not finding the right words while talking. Withdrawing socially Being irritable and having mood swings Problems Managing money. Confused about the size of the rupees? Greater than ten rupees? Misbehaving with others. Showing strange behavior

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Early dementia symptoms are

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If you want to see them. Daily life and relationships are affected. They are not interested in any issues. Frustration, anger, mood swings, and conflicts are common. Caregivers, and handle behavior challenges. The persons with dementia may be suspicious or uncooperative. This is often a stressful period for caregiving, especially in societies like India. Caregiving work Care is often full-time.

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Some examples of problems seen here are: They cannot concentrate Learn how to learn a new subject. Even simple arithmetic and counting becomes a problem. They need help for activities like cooking, shopping, and banking. They may not be able to; for others, they need a lot of help. They may be prone to delusions, visual hallucinations, agitation, and aggression. They may seem restless, anxious, or depressed. Personal hygiene can become poor. Simple daily living tasks become problematic for them. Clothesline They need help for most of these. They look confused when watching TV. Others may be seen.

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By this time, the damage to the brain is very high. Dementia now affects person with dementia. The physical changes are severe. They usually become dependent for all activities. They are wheelchair bound or bedridden. Their ability and willingness to talk. Their health gets worse on multiple fronts.

late bed dementia become bedridden totally dependent Their speech becomes very difficult to understand. They may stop speaking. Memory may be severely impaired. Movements become clumsy and uncoordinated. Hand control may be very poor. Full dependence for most daily tasks is common. Bladder and bowel control is poor or absent. They may have major problems in walking and balance. They become increasingly immobile. They often have problems with food or liquids. Aspiration pneumonia, caused by food particles entering the lungs, is a common problem. They often become bedridden. They are prone to multi-organ failure.

Dementia is a “life-limiting” condition. Having dementia means die person One reason is the damage that dementia causes in the body and brain. It is not a problem to get treatment in time. Dementia is also called a “terminal” (or “life-limiting”) condition. Alzheimer’s Society’s report on the die die It is complicated and it is difficult to worry about them.

Overall, it’s a person In the most types of dementia. Caregivers. This requires planning.

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Alzheimer’s Alzheimer’s Agreement These stages are: Stage 1: No impairment. Stage 2: Very mild decline. Stage 3: Mild decline. Stage 4: Moderate decline (mild or early stage). Stage 5: Moderately severe decline (moderate or mid-stage). Stage 6: Severe decline (moderately severe or mid-stage). Stage 7: Very severe decline (severe or late stage).

It can also be understood using the Functional Assessment Staging (FAST) scale. FAST was developed by Barry Reisberg and his colleagues at the Aging and Dementia Research Center. It has 16 stages and sub-stages. Click here to read more: The Stages of Alzheimer’s (Eldercare Online) Opens in a new window.

Frontotemporal dementia symptoms are discussed in this downloadable document: AFTD Frontotemporal Degeneration: Management and Prognosis Opens in new window, Frontotemporal Disorders: Dementia (FTD): Treatment and outcomes Opens in new window. . There are some ways in which loved ones have been. See a document on the FTD caregiving perspective (PDF file) Opens in new window.

Lewy Body Dementia Prognosis and Progression is discussed in this page: Diagnosis: Prognosis and Stages

Vascular / Multi-infarct dementia prognosis is discussed in sections. Opens in new window and Vascular Dementia: Treatment and outcomes.

Parkinson’s Disease patients often develop dementia. The progression of Parkinson’s progression is here:

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The discussion on this page is about how it can affect someone over time. To take care of these various stages, see: Plan care for various stages of dementia. This page gives you suggestions for each stage. It discusses how to focus changes across the stages. Carefices and carefree retain dignity and autonomy. It is the comfort of life.

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