CareWorks Health Services
Moulton Parkway STE 103C
Laguna Hills, CA 92653
of Business: 24/7 Service
provide Medical/Non-Medical Home Health Care Helping
Seniors and Disabled Adults live independently and safely,
in the place they want most, Home
24/7. Our caregivers believe in and adopt our
Ten Commandments”, the cornerstone of success
for all our “Compassionate Companions”.
provide the most compassionate care to all individuals
- begining with newborns, hospital outpatient care to
seniors. With our dedicated and committed professionals,
our experienced team of caregivers are supported by our
diligent Support Staff making them the best in the industry.
Frontal Lobe Dementia Causes Symptoms Information With Treatment
Lobe Dementia Causes Symptoms Information With Treatment
of the brain is the part that governs our mood and behaviour.
Histologically, the frontal lobe dementias are proven to be characterized
by Pick\'s cells (Pick\'s disease). At the present time, these
diverse histological types are clinically indistinguishable. FTD
can develop at almost any age in either gender. The series included
66males and 34females. Pick\'s disease occurs in the cerebral
cortex, the outer layer of the brain that controls behavioral
and cognitive functions. Symptoms of Frontal Lobe (aka Frontotemporal)
Dementia is Alterations in personality and mood. Impairments in
social skills- inappropriate or bizarre social behavior (e.g.,
eating with one\'s fingers in public, doing sit-ups in a public
restroom, being overly familiar with strangers) Change in activity
level - apathy, withdrawal, loss of interest, lack of motivation,
and initiative which may appear to be depression but the patient
does not experience sad feelings. Persons with this form of dementia
may look like they have problems in almost all areas of mental
function. There is no treatment to cure or to stop progression
of the illness. Certain drugs sometimes may help with behavioural
problems, but must be used under careful supervision. Treat or
prevent FTD Serotonin-boosting medications may alleviate some
Causes of Frontal Lobe Dementia
Common Causes and Risk factors of Frontal Lobe Dementia
Blockage of small blood vessels (arteries) deep within the brain.
High blood pressure (hypertension).
Family history of heart problems
Signs and Symptoms of Frontal Lobe Dementia
Sign and symptoms of Frontal Lobe Dementia
Moving with rapid, shuffling steps
Laughing or crying inappropriately
Loss of bladder or bowel control
Memory problems; forgetfulness
Treatment for Frontal Lobe Dementia
Common Treatment for Frontal Lobe Dementia
Treatment to prevent additional strokes is very important. To
prevent additional strokes, medicines to control high blood pressure,
high cholesterol, heart disease and diabetes can be prescribed.
A healthy diet, exercise and avoidance of smoking and excessive
alcohol also lessen the risk of further strokes.
Sometimes aspirin or other drugs are prescribed to prevent clots
from forming in the small blood vessels.
In some cases, surgery carotid endarterectomy may be recommended
to remove blockage in the carotid artery, the main blood vessel
to the brain.
Limiting intake of alcohol.
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