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Why People Living with Alzheimer’s May React with Anger

FatherDaughter_ThinkstockPhotos-506700096Frustrated caregivers often wonder why their loved one who is living with Alzheimer’s sometimes reacts with anger as the caregivers attempt to help. Understanding why a spouse, parent or grandparent behaves this way can help the caregiver limit these stressful, frustrating times. To do that, the caregivers must understand life from the point of view of their loved one’s impaired mind.

View this slideshow on HealthCentral for more insight into why people living with dementia may react with anger:

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