People who have been drinking large amounts of alcohol for long periods of time run the risk of developing serious and persistent changes in the brain. Damage may be a result of the direct effects of alcohol on the brain or may result indirectly, from a poor general health status or from severe liver disease.

People who have been drinking large amounts of alcohol for long periods of time run the risk of developing serious and persistent changes in the brain. Damage may be a result of the direct effects of alcohol on the brain or may result indirectly, from a poor general health status or from severe liver disease.

Alcohol Dementia Signs & Symptoms

Alcohol Dementia Signs & Symptoms

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Sign up for the (Long Term Care and Assisted Living) Administrators Campus Newsletter- In the July 2014 issue read more about Alcohol Dementia, Ambien Zombies, Acute Care hospitals dissolving IV teams and the rise in Outpatient infusion centers. http://pedagogyeducation.com/Administrators-Campus/Student-Union/Newsletter-Archives/July-2014-Alcohol-Dementia-Stunning-Facts-About-Ef.aspx?cmp=H14

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Long-Term Alcohol Consumption Can Cause Alcoholic Dementia

Boozy pensioners risk 'alcoholic dementia' with the damage from drink rivalling Alzheimer's. More older people are hospitalised every year for mental disorders related to alcohol (11,373) than for alcohol-related liver disease (9,890). This increase is far greater than the growth in the elderly population.  The bottom line is that this bingeing behaviour is leading to more over-60s being hospitalised for alcoholic brain damage, a condition known as Korsakoff syndrome. I Read more...

Risk of 'drink dementia' in the elderly boozers is catching up with Alzheimer's

Boozy pensioners risk 'alcoholic dementia' with the damage from drink rivalling Alzheimer's. More older people are hospitalised every year for mental disorders related to alcohol (11,373) than for alcohol-related liver disease (9,890). This increase is far greater than the growth in the elderly population. The bottom line is that this bingeing behaviour is leading to more over-60s being hospitalised for alcoholic brain damage, a condition known as Korsakoff syndrome. I Read more...

Alcoholic Dementia - Wernicke-Korsakoff Syndrome

Long-Term Alcohol Consumption Can Cause Alcoholic Dementia

Alcoholic Dementia - Wernicke-Korsakoff Syndrome

Ambiguous Loss | With ambiguous loss, there is no closure; the challenge is to learn how to live with the ambiguity. - Pauline Boss

Ambiguous Loss | With ambiguous loss, there is no closure; the challenge is to learn how to live with the ambiguity. - Pauline Boss

This is Pauline Boss' most current work, but she's given us a lifetime of work around ambiguous loss including alcoholism, addiction, dementia... see the site for full information

This is Pauline Boss' most current work, but she's given us a lifetime of work around ambiguous loss including alcoholism, addiction, dementia... see the site for full information

Excessive drinking over a period of years may lead to Alcohol Dementia which affects memory, learning and other cognitive functions

Long-Term Alcohol Consumption Can Cause Alcoholic Dementia

Excessive drinking over a period of years may lead to Alcohol Dementia which affects memory, learning and other cognitive functions

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