Managing Symptoms of Schizophrenia in Daily Life

How to Manage Symptoms of Schizophrenia in Daily Life?

Navigating Daily Life with Schizophrenia Symptoms, Causes, and Management Living with schizophrenia, a chronic brain disorder, can be challenging, but with the right understanding and strategies, managing the symptoms of schizophrenia in daily life can be made easier. Jagruti Dementia Centre, recognized as one of the best hospital for schizophrenia...

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Difference Between Delirium and Dementia

What Is Difference Between Delirium and Dementia?

What is Delirium? Delirium, often referred to as acute confusional state, is a sudden change in mental status characterized by confusion, disorientation, and difficulties in focusing attention. This condition, classified as a delirium disorder or delirium disease, can fluctuate throughout the day and is usually a temporary condition. In severe...

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Importance of Calm Environment in Dementia Care

Why is A Calm Environment Important in Dementia Care?

As the population ages, there is an increasing number of individuals living with dementia, a condition that can significantly impact an individual’s quality of life.  Dementia care involves supporting individuals with the condition to help them manage their symptoms and maintain their independence. A crucial aspect of dementia care is...

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Best Summer Safety Tips for Alzheimer's Patients

Best Summer Safety Tips for Alzheimer’s Patients

Summer is a beautiful time for family outings, barbecues, and outdoor activities. However, as temperatures rise, so do the risks of heat-related illnesses, dehydration, and accidents. For those living with Alzheimer’s disease, summer can pose even more significant safety concerns due to the diminished cognitive abilities and physical limitations associated...

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Signs and Symptoms of OCPD

What Are The Signs and Symptoms Of OCPD?

Are you someone who is always striving for perfection? Do you get bogged down in the details and obsess over small things? While these traits can be positive, they may also be signs of a more severe condition – Obsessive Compulsive Personality Disorder (OCPD).   The post will explore the...

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