Helping Alzheimer’s Patients Take Their Medicine

Alzheimer’s patients may not be able to tell us something is wrong, and may react negatively to taking pills for a number of different reasons. The first thing to consider is whether they may be having an adverse reaction to a medicine. Cholinesterase inhibitors (aricept, razadyne, exelon), for example, often cause nausea, abdominal pain from …

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