Dementia is a problem of the elderly, right? Generally that's true. But there is one form of the disease that can strike people when they are very young, in their twenties or even their teens. It's called Frontotemporal Dementia, or FTD. And while rare, it devastates lives by rapidly turning young, vital people into those who need constant care. Learn more: http://mayocl.in/2iLbj2g
I have this at age 40 and I have two daughters ages 4 and 8. I hope that there is a breakthrough soon in our lifetime in stem cell activation that potentially could help repair what is going on inside of us. I don't wish this disease on anyone and I am looking to connect with others who are suffering from this illness so we can watch for a cure together. I am using frequency devices currently to try to help me. Skype: Ryan.conley206 email@example.com
Hi Ryan, I'm 40, no family. I have no formal diagnosis yet, but suspect, going by my history, that I may have this or a similar form of dementia. I am not exactly like the guy in this clip though. I am a little familiar with TMS so pemf rang a bell to me. Are you referring to transcranial pemf? As that's pretty new to me. I hope your getting some assistance with it. Happy to keep in touch. My name is Cam.
I had no clue about dementia, until one of my friend told me that he is enduring its early onset stage, at his 30s. Seriously, that news petrified me. I was like, what I should do if I were him. I did some research and coincidentally learned the web site reported that there exists a potential cure by feeding on this natural ingredient.
It is important I believe that we understand the nature of dementia - that this disease is not only associated with the frail and elderly but can affect anyone at any age. By having an understanding of this progressive disease we can make sure that there is a plan in place so that we are ready for any changes in behaviour and function. In the meantime it is important that we focus on their strengths and maximise what they can do and ensure that the families/care-givers get the support that they need along the way.
The realm of dementia is quite vast and so is the effect upon the individual and their families. FTD, Picks, Altzheimers, Parkinson's as well Lewy bodies are difficult to ascertain specifically for the medical community as our loved ones attempt to live their lives with us trying to cope with their condition. The research needed, I hope, will go beyond post mortem so that families in the generations to come have a chance to help their Mum, Dad, Brother and Sister.
Our future is in their hands.
I think my father has this. His personality has totally changed. He is elderly and living in a care facility. The problem has been that when his dr. suggests that he be evaluated by a psychiatrist, my father goes into a rage, and the dr. backs off (legally he cannot "force" him), and we the family are left to deal with an extremely stressful situation in terms of Dad's combative personality and behavior, all because Dad hasn't been formally diagnosed. We need to raise public awareness of this.
Thanks for the video, it's kind of you to allow us to see and learn from your experiences so that others will learn to be aware of what may be happening in their lives with there loved one. GOD Bless You All.
My dad has FTD. He was diagnosed in 2009 and he's 65 years old right now. He showed symptoms in his late 40s-early 50s. I've been a caregiver my whole lifestyle, it was planned even before I was born. I also have a brother with severe autism and mental retardation. My journey having family members with neurological disorders has been continuously difficult but I am blessed to have them in my life. My dad & brother has taught me so much.
I am Vinicius, an italian-bazilian guy who lives in Brazil. My mother has this disease and it's hearbreaking. She's been suffering with this for nearly 10 years now and nothing has helped. All of her brothers and sisters with whom she had always been very close have turned their back on her since she got ill. I'd love to talk about it with more people, so we can somehow help one another. please email me firstname.lastname@example.org God bless y'all.
We have multiple neurological issues in our family, all of which have required intense treatment, medication, surgery, stents - on and on. When FTD started getting thrown into the mix, I was skeptical, but the majority of our family members have fit this profile, eventually succumbed to this type of dementia/deterioration or are still being tested/diagnosed, and I agree in that I wish it were more widely understood. I'd never heard of it until it knocked on our door -
I really just can't believe what I am seeing or what I have read below (maw0505) !!! My brother and I are facing the same thing with our very young Mom. Unfortunately she has had these symptoms for a while and has had every test you could imagine. We just had no knowledge of this disease and if we had it could have saved us from years of unanswered questions and maybe helped her sooner. It's so heartbreaking and sad. I wish strength for all that are going through it and their families.
My mother was formally diagnosed with this disease 3 years ago at the age of 59. However, she started exhibiting symptoms of the disease 10-15 years prior to diagnosis. I wish more people knew about this and I'm glad to see that someone is trying to raise awareness.
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