Occasional lapses in memory are a normal part of the aging process beginning as early as age 45 and can easily be attributed to stress, anxiety, depression, lack of sleep or other reasons . . .
If a loved one has dementia, there are likely to have changes in their behavior in the later hours of the day—which is commonly referred to as “sundowning" . . .
There are over 100 forms of dementia. By knowing the cause as early as possible as you begin your journey along the gray mile, some effects can be treated, some reversed or some even cured . . .