How to Cope With the Late Stages of Alzheimer's Disease
In the earlier stages of Alzheimer's disease, the disease affects cognitive processes (e.g., thinking, memory, orientation, judgment) and behavior more than physical functioning. However, in late-stage Alzheimer's disease, the disease begins to considerably affect parts of the brain that control bodily systems, such as motor coordination, bowel, and bladder function, and even breathing.
Original Article Source Credits: Verywellhealth, https://www.verywellhealth.com
Article Written By: Carrie Hill
Original Article Posted on : September 15, 2019
Link to Original Article:https://www.verywellhealth.com/symptoms-of-late-stage-alzheimers-disease-98604