One of my more senior girls at Bayswater escorts, started to behave a bit oddly, and I wondered what was wrong. It did take me some time to persuade him to go to the doctors, and when he finally did, we discovered that he was not very well. In fact, he had Alzeimers. As he is one of my favorite girls at Bayswater escorts, I started to keep an eye on him.
Alzheimer’s disease is a form of dementia which is sharply on the increase. Today 18 million people around the world suffer from Alzheimer’s disease and by year 2025 34 million people could be suffering from this disease according to the World Health Organisation. Alzheimer’s is often thought of as a normal part of the aging process but this is not true. It can be found in the elderly however it can also occur in individuals as young as 30 years of age. It is then known as and research shows most cases are genetically linked.
Late Onset Alzheimer’s disease is still the most common form, and can develop from the age of 65. There is a strong genetic link to all types of Alzheimer’s disease but other factors play a part as well. Diabetes sufferers are thought to be more likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease but the link is not as yet fully understood. Other risk factors include age, over all brain health, heart problems but researchers also believe that environmental factors such as pollution may increase the risk of developing the disease.
Alzheimer’s disease is caused when nerve cells in the brain become damaged. The damaged nerve cells form plaques and tangles in the brain creating random patterns and these random formations cut off communications between cells. Getting to know the facts may help early correct diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease. Early diagnosis is crucial so treatment can start early however some of the earliest symptoms can be very similar to symptoms of stress or depression.
Alzheimer’s disease is often thought of as a disease with three stages. The most common early symptoms of the disease are slight memory loss, mood swings and confusion. These symptoms are also often seen in individuals suffering from stress or depression and sometimes dismissed by doctors. In the second stage of Alzheimer’s disease many people start suffering from severe confusion, find holding a conversation difficult and can loose the thread in simplest of discussions. Sufferers may also become suspicious and disorientated. This can lead to difficulties in every day life, and ending up becoming lost whilst trying to complete normal tasks such as shopping is not unusual.
In the third stage of Alzheimer’s disease there is a distinct need for increased care. Many sufferers cannot look after their personal hygiene, find it difficult to swallow and often forget about eating which leads to severe weight loss. At this stage most people will need 24 hour care to ensure their own safety. During the third stage Alzheimer’s disease sufferers may find walking difficult. It is a condition known as “freezing” which takes place when the person walks normally but all of a sudden stops and is unable to move at all. I have noticed my gent from Bayswater escorts, does freeze on occasion.
I am really upset about my girls at Bayswater escorts, and it has taken me some time to get over his health problem. I do hope that none of the other gents I date at Bayswater escorts develop Alzheimer’s.