Care Homes Today, an information directory helping people find the best care homes and nursing homes, announces the launch of an e-book: Dementia Roadmap.
Online PR News – 22-October-2015 – London, UK – Care Homes Today, (carehomestoday.co.uk), an information directory helping thousands of people across the UK find the best care homes and nursing homes to suit their needs or the needs of someone they love or care for, announces the launch of an e-book: Dementia Roadmap.
The book, which available to download free at Care Homes Today website, contains comprehensive material about dementia, a disease which affects the way we think and remember.
Written by Dr. Marie Gabrielle A. Laguna RMT. M.D, this book discusses common types of dementia, natural treatments for dementia, and how to deal with dementia. The author also shared some personal stories in this free e-book.
People with dementia often have difficulty in carrying out daily routine tasks. They often experience difficulties in communicating, thinking, reasoning and learning.
“Dementia is not a single disease; it is a group of symptoms brought about by damage to the brain. It can be caused by various risk factors and some medical illnesses. Thus it is a must for the public to know who are most likely to have dementia later on and what various risk factors can increase the likelihood for acquiring this disease. This book also contains information on how to successfully live with dementia as well as the treatments and support services that are available.”
Currently, there about 800,000 people living with dementia in the UK. There are over 35 million people around the world who are suffering from dementia right now. Dementia affects 10 million people in Europe, 4.4 million people in North America, 7 million people in South Asia and Southeast Asia, 5.5 million people in China and East Asia, and 3 million people in Latin America.
Did you know: Alzheimer’s disease is the most common type of dementia and accounts for around 70% of all dementias.
Dementia risk is also determined by race. The risk for dementia is said to be greater among Japanese people than among Caucasians, however, Caucasians have greater risk for dementia than African American and Hispanic people. Some studies suggest that the age of onset of dementia is controlled by genes on a certain chromosome 10.
Please go to carehomestoday.co.uk to download our free book on dementia.
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