How to Cope With the Late Stages of Alzheimer's Disease

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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. 

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Original Article Source Credits:  Verywellhealth,

Article Written By: Carrie Hill

Original Article Posted on : September 15, 2019

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