MENTAL HEALTH

The mental illness of the elderly that is easily overlooked! How does delirium differ from dementia and geriatric depression?

● Delirium is a mental state often accompanied by confusion, hallucinations, delusions ● Older adults are at increased risk for delirium due to illness, medications, and social isolation ● Elders with delirium have a higher risk of dementia An 80-year-old female patient was sent to the emergency room due to emotional instability, delusions and hallucinations …

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Biden suffers from basal cell carcinoma! Doctor: The predisposing factor is ultraviolet rays, 3 high-risk occupations must be protected from the sun

[Key point of this article] US President Biden’s skin tissue removal surgery was confirmed to be basal cell carcinoma. Dermatologists remind that occupational groups exposed to ultraviolet rays for a long time, such as farmers, fishermen, and soldiers, are high-risk groups and should pay attention to sun protection. Wu Jieshan, chief physician of the Kaohsiung Veterans General …

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How to make the brain age slowly? Scientifically proven 5 ways to slow down brain aging, changing the way you brush your teeth is the key!

After working for a period of time, I occasionally feel that my brain does not seem to be as bright as before. Not only do I learn new things very slowly, but I also start to forget things, which affects work efficiency. Although people cannot avoid the gradual deterioration of the brain over time, as long …

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A dirge for young caregivers! Dreams interrupted by caring burdens Is sacrifice a necessary responsibility for young people?

On October 14, 2015, a man in Kyoto City caregiverThe aid group “TOMO (Friends)” (Note: “Tomo” is the Roman pinyin of the word “Friends” in Japanese, meaning “friends.”) The gathering was held in a coffee shop in the Nakagyo District of Kyoto City. In 2010, caregivers in Kyoto founded “TOMO” in order to provide a place …

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Those over the age of 35 are at high risk! What are the tests that can predict dementia risk and who are they suitable for?

medical dementia Diagnosis is classified according to clinical symptoms, areas of brain degeneration and atrophy, and pathological features , including: Alzheimer’s disease (accounting for 50% to 60%), vascular dementia (accounting for 20%), and frontotemporal dementia Syndrome (accounting for 10%), dementia with Lewy bodies (accounting for 10%). Each of these diseases has specific clinical presentations, areas of brain …

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Taking laxatives for constipation increases the risk of dementia! Experts reveal that they love to eat this kind of food, bad bacteria in the intestines, 6 ways to protect the intestines

Use of over-the-counter laxatives in constipated patients may increase risk ofde mentiarisks of. Medical experts suggest that if you want to treat constipation, you should actively change your lifestyle, such as drinking more water, increasing dietary fiber, and exercising regularly, rather than directly solving it by taking laxatives. Using over-the-counter laxatives increases risk of dementia by …

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