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The loss of brain connectivity between neurons, which transmit messages to different parts of the brain, can cause progressive memory loss, language difficulties, and increased confusion and agitation when performing activities of daily living (ADLs) and executive functions like planning and organisation. Families must often renegotiate roles as the family member with Alzheimer's declines from the ongoing stages of the disease. Issues related to the abilities of the person with Alzheimer's often create family conflicts. When families begin to recognize difficulties—driving, financial organization and handling money, and other memory concerns— complex decisions are always in order. Moving forward all involved members need to familiarize themselves with the disease. This helps find ways to negotiate and distribute responsibilities as fairly as possible. Through therapy and counselling, Cadabams professionals can help you maintain peace at home through Alzheimer's family therapy in Hyderabad.

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How long do persons with Alzheimer’s disease live once they’ve been diagnosed?

Every case is unique, and disease progression differs from person to person. People with Alzheimer’s disease have a lifespan ranging from 8 to 20 years from the onset of symptoms.

Is it true that if a member of my family has Alzheimer’s disease, I’m more likely to get it?

There are two forms of Alzheimer’s disease: familial Alzheimer’s disease (FAD), which is a hereditary early-onset form of the disease, and sporadic Alzheimer’s disease, which has no evident inheritance pattern.

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