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Unlike Alzheimer's disease's cognitive loss, which is both chronic and progressive, the psychological issues that arise from the condition tend to fluctuate, coming and going depending on the person's mental and emotional state. Following an initial diagnosis, psychotherapy can help a patient cope with the disorder's despair, agitation, and anxiety, as well as behavioural issues like delusions that sometimes accompany Alzheimer's. The therapist uses "emotion-oriented psychotherapy," using psychotherapies like CBT or CST which focuses on positive thoughts and memories, if the patient is in the later phases. A psychotherapist can also engage an Alzheimer's patient in mentally stimulating activities such as art or dancing. Cadabams provide physical and cognitive therapy for more effective management and recovery. Our caring caregivers help families deal with difficult situations that happen as a result of their loved one's health issues. Alzheimer’s- Psychotherapy from some of India's greatest professionals is included in our holistic treatment programme.

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What are the different types of Alzheimer’s disease?

Alzheimer’s disease is divided into two categories based on the symptoms it causes.

  • Alzheimer’s disease (Alzheimer’s) with a young onset
  • Alzheimer’s disease with a late onset

What are the distinctions between Alzheimer’s disease and dementia?

Dementia is a set of symptoms characterised by a loss of memory and other cognitive abilities. The most common cause of dementia is Alzheimer’s disease. Alzheimer’s, on the other hand, is a degenerative brain illness caused by complicated brain alterations caused by cell destruction.

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