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The 1st volumes of Care-Giving in Dementia built-in updated neurobiological information regarding dementia with particular advancements in care-giving. Taking a similar multidisciplinary technique, and drawing contributions from best practitioners, this 3rd quantity will turn out precious to health and wellbeing and psychological overall healthiness execs taking care of individuals with dementia. Key subject matters in quantity three contain: own build psychology and person-centred care; dwelling in way of life teams in nursing houses; track treatment for individuals with dementia; help programmes for caregivers of individuals with dementia; coping in early dementia; rigidity and burden on care-givers; the Alzheimer Caf? proposal and new help teams for individuals with dementia; moral concerns within the care of aged individuals with dementia in nursing houses.
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This knowledge has enabled us to develop symptomatic treatment approaches aiming at counteracting the acetylcholine (a neurotransmitter which is critical for information processing) losses, which occur early during AD. Although this approach might be beneficial in early stages of the disease, it certainly is not a cure. The cause of the disease and the mechanisms of neuronal death are still not understood. The lack of insight into the part of the disease mechanism still prevents us from developing available strategies that will prevent the disease, cure it, or at least slow down its progression for significant periods of time.
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