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Dementia is not a single disease but is a range of medical conditions that cause a decline in cognitive abilities, thinking skills, memory as well as impair daily life and independent function.
Dementia can be tough to diagnose. While there is no one test that can determine if someone has dementia, doctors may be able to diagnose the condition based on lab tests, physical examination, medical history, and monitoring the changes in thinking and day-to-day function and behaviour.
At Cadabams, we provide clean, modern, fully furnished accommodations with all the necessary creature comforts.
Kitchen and dining hall, laundry facilities, indoor games area, yoga and meditation hall, outdoor games area for cricket, badminton, Round the clock psychiatrist and counsellor support, 24×7 ambulance on demand.
Our everyday menu is curated by Dieticians aimed at providing healthy and nutritious and tasty meals to satisfy everyone’s palate.
Recreation facilities such as TV, sports, gym, picnics and outings and more.
People with dementia might become apathetic, have problems controlling their emotions or behave inappropriately in social situations. They may see or hear things that other people do not, or have false beliefs. people with dementia usually need help from friends or relatives, including help in making decisions.
Normal brain cells are replaced with damaged tissue called plaques and tangles
Blood vessels supplying blood to tiny parts of the brain blocked starving that region of oxygen eventually leading to dead brain tissue in that region.
The problems caused by vascular dementia depends upon which part of the brain is affected but some of the general effects are
Front part of the brain affected more than other parts.
There are a group of medicines which can slow the progression of dementia.
There is some evidence that rates of dementia are lower in people who remain as mentally and physically active as possible throughout their lives, and have a wide range of different activities and hobbies: