health conditions


Question by  Valerie (60)

What is the final stage of Alzheimer's like?


Answer by  bubbyboy (9929)

The final stages of Alzheimer's is hard to watch. The patient may sleep all the time in a fetal position. He may need a feeding tube because he can't eat. He really knows nothing.


Answer by  sarah0045 (186)

The final stage of Alzheimer's has the following symptoms; Confusion about the past and present, Loss of recognition of familiar people and places, verbal skill impairment, behavioral problems, hallucinations, and delirious states. Patients in this stage often need total support and care.


Answer by  DrYasmin (178)

This is most common cause of dementia, occuring mostly after 45 years. Patient goes into depression and he may become aggressive while other previous symptoms become more worse. Patient needs assistance for daily needs.Speech may get lost or speech ability may remain only for a few words. Development of joint deformities may occur. Neurological reflex changes occur at this stage.


Answer by  JSmith0330 (616)

The last stage of Alzheimer disease lose of their ability to respond to people and the won't be able to control their movement, they may still say things but will need help with pretty much of their daily living, their swallowing may become impaired. i hope this helps.


Answer by  ramamurthy (38)

it is a progressive form of dementia,occurring in middle age,for which there is no is associated with diffuse degeneration of brain. it is fatal

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