Question by  mimitj (10)

What do you do for Alzheimer's paranoia?


Answer by  Jolie (1227)

There are some medications that can help improve symptoms. Unfortunatly, this is something that cannot be cured only improved upon. Keeping a routine and schedule is something that also helps a person with this condition. Finally, explaining confusing situations to them is also helpful to a person who has this disease.


Answer by  kgrim (510)

Avoid fears and scary or violent movies and television for patients with Alzheimer's paranoia and you may also seek the attention of the patients doctor for possible medication intervention. These patients often require constant support and supervision.


Answer by  enu (452)

In Alzheimer's paranoia the patient becomes suspicious of the things around and the surroundings. So firstly it is essential to cooperate with the patient and understand his/her needs.


Answer by  cafish (2035)

There are medications that a patient can take to help with the disease. The caregiver just has to be very patient. Don't argue with him or her. Try to change the subject.

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