Help for mom with dementia or alzheimersmom....age 76
-dementia, takes airecept
-temeperal arteritis takes -predisone for 7 yrs.
-had alopecia at age 17
-has polymyalgia rheumatica
-laminectomy (back surgery) 2 yrs ago
-quit smoking 18 yrs ago
-noticed a decline after every surgery.
-very sensitive to anestesia and any painkillers that are narcotics.
-takes airecept for approx. 3yrs.
-feels better in a familiar environment.
-does not like to be away from husband
-very sensitive to bright light, noise, and if she is hot or cold. becomes very agitated. expects other people to constantly make adjustments to suit her needs.
-loss of smell
-forgets how to cook
-sleep, not bad, wakes to urinate, sometimes has dreams that wake up my dad.
-hallucinates to a certain degree, thinks she see a dog in the room, or thinks their are people in the room, not always though......
- can not stand any thing that fits snug, lie a bra or pants. like to wear dresses.
-Interrupts when people are talking, about a totally different subject.
-fears being left alone, can't leave her alone at all. get's very upset.
-food desires; lamb chops, crab cakes. quiche, ice cream, fruits, vegtables.
food adversions; chewy meat, cream sauces.
- likes to drink cold water
-was always a very organized person w/ a very clean house.
-house still looks nice and tidy, but not as clean.
took to a naturopath in our are and he has her taking Phosphorus LM1, 1 tsp mixed with 4oz of water and take 1 tsp. 1x a day.
Just wondering if this is the right remedy for my mom???
renee62 on 2010-07-29
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